Having been open for decades, Circa, the Prince recently underwent a radical transformation at the end of last year to provide its diners with an experience that is less "fine dining" and more relaxed.Read More
The Oxford Scholar has re-opened its doors to the public after an extensive face-lift. It’s a new chapter for this treasured RMIT landmark which now boasts a significant increase in capacity with the modernised ground floor now licensed for up to 280 patrons.Read More
To celebrate and shed a little light on the unsung heroes of Steer’s latest winter menu, Gastrology were delight to attend Steer’s Winter Degustation Dinner where Head Chef Jeffry Lim delighted guests with an entirely non-steak degustation-style menu for a truly special dining event.Read More
Carne Grill epitomises the concept of a serious steakhouse and is not for the faint hearted. From the aged meats hanging in the temperature controlled fridge on display to the hefty steak knives at the table, Carne Grill exudes seriousness about its meats.Read More
A year on and Head chef Paul Turner (Cutler and Co, Donovans and Qualia) continues to break the mould on Chapel Street, with a modern Australian menu consisting of non-committal, shareable tapas style dishes to test before you dive into a selection of substantial mains.Read More
Top notch craft beer, delicious food, great vibes… Burnley Brewing ticks all the boxes. A collaboration between brewers Neil Mills and Phil Gijsbers (Saint James Cafe, Hard Pressed Coffee) and the owner of Renton Carlyle-Taylor (Romulus and Remus, Milton Wines, Toorak Cellars and The Alps), it’s no wonder the venue is running like a well-oiled machine.Read More
Iconic South Melbourne pub Lamaro’s Executive Chef Geoff Lindsay has recently launched a new Spring/Summer menu, which includes a few of his old favourites from his days at Pearl in Richmond.Read More
Pembroke Bar and Kitchen offers patrons a perfect destination to catch up with family and friends for a meal, impress a client over a business lunch or simply sneak in an after work glass of wine.Read More
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.
The Press Club delivers a Hellenic gastronomical journey. The menu is ambitious, utilising modern and contemporary techniques yet skilfully retaining classical Greek flavours and characteristics.Read More