It's been a burger month! This time I visited Hello Sam which is a few doors down from my work. Hopefully Hello Sam will break the curse as the last couple of cafes that were originally housed here have since closed down.
Burger joints are opening up all over the place which is a wonderful thing for burger lovers. Yes, I do love my burgers (especially after a boozy session) and I had been wanting to try Tuck Shop Take Away ever since it opened.
Albert Park is one of my favourite suburbs in Melbourne, the quaint tree lined streets and of course the beach. D.O.C opened over 6 months and has been a welcome addition to Vic Avenue.
I went down with a friend one warm Sunday evening for an early dinner and the outside tables were already full.
Dumplings are one of my favourite things to eat and once I get a craving, I usually head over to Hutong to get my fix. A friend of mine recently took me to 'I Love Dumplings' over in Flemington on Racecourse Road.
Stokehouse is one of the most well known restaurants in Melbourne, right on the Esplanade in St Kilda and attracts the likes of Beyonce & Jay Z when they were in a town a few years ago. It's a place to be seen while serving up some pretty impressive food.
A string of Christmas client lunches had me lunching at the Newmarket Hotel in St Kilda East. Owned by the Melbourne Pub Group you know you're in good hands.. The food is described as Californian with some Southern & Latin influences.
I drive past Barca every day on my way home from work and it literally is a 5 minute drive from home. The name is inspired from Barcelona and Charles Sedgely and his team are doing a fabulous job of serving up high quality food to the locals.
My friend lives in the Bentleigh area and has been raving about Little Tommy Tucker ever since it opened, so we made a lunch date to try it out.
Richmond Café & Larder is an institution in the Richmond area founded by Stephanie Alexander. The café is housed in a beautiful Victorian building from the 1800s.