The Bavarian recently launched at Highpoint Shopping Centre in Maribyrnong. With the restaurant planning six weeks of festivities from Saturday, 22 September, it truly is the perfect place to celebrate Oktoberfest in Melbourne’s North West side of Melbourne.
Iki jime is the sleek, thoroughly modern seafood-centric reincarnation of Bistro Vue. Melbourne’s only dedicated seafood restaurant, the menu embraces the best of Australia’s seafood offering and utilises native ingredients with a focus on seasonality.
Seductive and luscious, Si Señorita lures you into a promiscuous taqueria, where they serve some of Melbourne’s most authentic Latin cuisine paired with a cheeky selection of cocktails and craft beers.
Celebrating 20 years, highly acclaimed David’s is a true Melbourne culinary institution. This degree of success would leave most restaurant owners content, but David Zhou (the man behind David's) continuously refreshes and reinvents his pride and joy.
Torpe is a lovely little café located in leafy Armadale. Bright, airy and cosy, the café is the brainchild of Zachary Riggs (Two Wrongs in South Yarra) and boasts a delectable menu of interesting and moreish brunch options.
Hash is the perfect embodiment of a thriving Melbourne café, a weekend brunch mecca, drawing in the crowds week in week out with its consistently excellent food, fantastic coffee and cheerful wait staff.
Clubhouse Malvern is yet another stunning café by the folks behind Bentwood, Tinker and Penta (just to name a few). Owner Julien Moussi named the cafe after that feeling after a round of golf where you look forward to having celebratory drinks at the clubhouse.
Hiatus is a brilliant addition to Kew’s food scene. A café that challenges the status quo, you won’t find smashed avo on the menu but instead, patrons are rewarded with incredibly delicious and often plant-based dishes that would be right at home at a high end restaurant’s dinner table.
Newly opened Lobby Coffee & Wine (phase one of Albert House's 3 part development), is a cosy little South Melbourne spot to enjoy bagels and coffee during the day and cocktails and cheese and charcuterie in the evenings.
The Panagrotikos Farmers Union of Cyprus (who are visiting from Greece) and famous Restaurateur, Angie Giannakodakis, hosted a scrumptious four-course dinner at Epocha last night where attendees learnt about one of Australia’s newest Cypriot cheese brands, Christis Halloumi Cheese.
Short for Schokolade (the German word for Chocolate), Schoko Chocolates is an online chocolaterie – everything is handmade using European training, techniques, and finesse and blended with Melbourne's unique diversity and creativity.
Celebrate two thriving decades of Shanghainese hospitality with a special degustation honouring David's famous dishes from the past and present, as well as an opportunity to taste new dishes from the upcoming menu.
The Winter Trail program of the Southbank Progressive Dinners is a delicious opportunity to venture out for a dinner experience worth sharing during August and September, where your tastebuds can travel between Germany, Italy and China without the need for a passport!
Get Workshopping your next donburi masterpiece is about to reach an epic level. Rice Workshop has introduced a specially created new dish from Michelin Awarded Japanese Chef, Masahiko Yomoda, called the Roast Wagyu Beef Donburi.
Sofitel Melbourne On Collins has launched their latest art inspired lunch, The Modern New Yorker – a unique experience allowing guests to imagine themselves dining in a New York high-rise whilst tasting Manhattan-style dishes.
The RACV Country Club is the ideal place to stay when visiting the Yarra Valley. With an array of wonderful accommodation rooms, recreational facilities (including an 18 hole golf course) and a good variety of dining options, your holiday begins the moment you arrive.
Boasting panoramic views over Sellicks Beach and Aldinga Bay, The Victory Hotel is a highly regarded gastropub that serves delicious, well-executed Modern Australian cuisine alongside an astounding wine list that you have to see to believe.