Eleni’s Kitchen + Bar offers a diverse culinary trip for those wanting to explore Greek cuisine in Melbourne. The menu takes you through an array of the island’s traditional cuisine using time honoured techniques and flavours.
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.
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.
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.
Scoresby may seem like an unconventional place to set up a business such as Stanley Burgers, but it was owner, Farid Magdy's, desire to bring a fresh breath of innovation to the area that led to his choice in venue.
A stunning restaurant in Camberwell’s thriving culinary scene, Infuse’s unmistakable charm is alluring with its adventurous menu that explores the punchy flavours and exotic spices of Asian inspired Modern Australian fare.
Maha takes diners on a Middle Eastern culinary journey. From the moment you step inside, the beauty and opulence of the Middle East is celebrated - From the chic décor to the playful and full flavoured Middle Eastern cuisine.
Set within the historic bluestone building (formerly known as the Royal Highlander Hotel (1878-1962) and the Peter Lalor Hotel (1962-2014)), PWTN is a modern restaurant and grill which proudly sources high quality produce and boast a stunning wine selection.
Owner, David Zhou’s s philosophy is simple: to create food that shares his journey from Shanghai to Melbourne, showing his story on a plate. Weekends at David’s uphold this ethos with their iconic and ever popular all-you-can-eat yum cha.
Since the opening of Il Caminetto, the restaurant has truly established themselves as maestros of the Melbourne pizza scene. If you are looking for quality pizzas of the gourmet kind, this pizzeria should be at the top of your list.