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BEYOND BOILING AND FRYING: THREE IMPRESSIVE WAYS MELBOURNE LIKES ITS EGGS IN THE MORNING

Eggs must be one of the world’s most popular breakfast ingredients. As well as tasting great, they’re packed full of protein and amino acids, providing us with a great way to get set up for a busy day. Of course, even the most amateur of cooks can cook an egg, but do you find that […]

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MARY EATS CAKE – BRUNSWICK, VIC

High Tea with a dramatic twist Mary Eats Cake is a fairly new high tea venue on Sydney Road Brunswick. The space is elegant and girly with vintage teacups, fresh flowers, light streaming in from a large front window and dainty cakes. But in keeping with Brunswick’s working class heritage, there are elements of industrial […]

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TAZIO – MELBOURNE, VIC

A great place to entertain on Flinders Lane Melbourne is a city full of the food-obsessed and it caters for all types: the humble burger reigns supreme yet you won’t be hard pressed to find a dish featuring unrecognizable (and unpronounceable) ingredients covered in a whipped foam that the chef will proudly pronounce as his […]

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29TH APARTMENT – MELBOURNE, VIC

An American style diner in the heart of St Kilda Anyone keen for a competitive game of Battle Ships might just find their paradise at St Kilda’s 29th Apartment – the only difficult thing here is working out where they hide all the board games. Arriving on a sunny Friday afternoon with little-to-no idea of […]

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360Q BAR AND RESTAURANT – VIC

Queenscliff sleeps no more It takes just one great idea to wake up a sleepy little town. The nana nap ended the day celebrity chef Barry Iddles spotted the Q360 tower at Queenscliff Harbour. “It had everything,” he says. “Here was the perfect restaurant venue with relaxed seating alongside the harbour but also this incredible 40 […]

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THE MILL HOUSE – MELBOURNE

Fun and food with friends on Flinders Lane Flinders Lane is quintessentially Melbourne: what might first appear like a quiet, unassuming CBD lane, is in fact home to some of the best bars and eateries in Australia with an eclectic mix of styles and cultures that serve as a celebration of Melbourne’s multiculturalism. It’s entirely […]

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THE TIMBOON RAILWAY SHED DISTILLERY – VIC

Own your own 20-litre barrel of whisky Lots of people are into brewing beer without realising whisky distilling might be their next step-up. “Some of the ingredients and the process, up to the wash, are the same,” says Josh Walker who took the leap from home brewer to owner of the Timboon Railway Shed Distillery last year. […]

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LOS AMATES – MELBOURNE

Say “hola!” to Authentic Cocina Mexicana Over the past few years there’s been an obvious boom in franchise, fast-food style Mexican restaurants that have taken over the country. Hence stumbling upon the authentic Mexican home-style cooking and atmosphere of Los Amates was an even more delightful and surprising experience. The venue, located on Johnston St, […]

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SEAMSTRESS RESTAURANT & BAR – MELBOURNE

Oriental surprises in Melbourne’s tastiest sewing room   One really doesn’t expect to find such a bonanza of delights before you enter the small doorway of Seamstress Restaurant and Bar through Lonsdale St. It’s a modern Asian culinary jack-in-the box, and the delights appeal both to the eyes and taste buds. The adventure starts off upstairs, […]

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TRANSIT ROOFTOP BAR – MELBOURNE

Casual rooftop dining with a view to wow Transport Rooftop Bar is a chilled afterwork drinks and nibbles venue with views of the Yarra to blow your mind. The outside space is the perfect venue to blow the cobwebs away whilst enjoying some sharing platters with friends and sipping on some great wine. The balcony itself is […]

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