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.
Due to popular demand Grand Lafayette have recently relocated from their iconic beach side location in Port Melbourne and upsized to a larger, vibrant joint in the heart of Prahran, just off Chapel Street.
Located on South Yarra’s bustling Toorak Road in Melbourne, Yagiz invites guests to experience the flavours of modern Turkey in a vibrant atmosphere, accompanied by a new menu that demonstrates the evolution of a talented chef and his kitchen team.
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.
Nong Tang Noodle House is the very definition of a hidden gem. Nestled between Chinatown Melbourne and Bourke St in the Mid City Arcade, the restaurant impresses with their 'Yang Chun' noodles, dumplings and sauces - all meticulously made in-house.
Located in Greensborough, Passage Thru Malaysia is a neighbourhood gem which channels the spirit of Malaysian hawker-style eating centres in Kuala Lumpur, where locals gather to catch up and share tasty hawker favourites.
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.
The CBD’s relatively new Indian restaurant, Téjas (meaning amongst other things sharpness, brightness and brilliance,) is living up to its name with an enticing mix of flavours and spices to transport diners to the streets and homes of India.