La Belle Miette

 La Belle Miette has long held the special place in my heart as the best Macarons in Melbourne. I adore their delicate pastel colours and their subtle but decadent flavours. By chance I was wandering past the Collins Street store and saw the special Mother’s Day flavours. Who am I to resist? Their packaging is … More La Belle Miette

Oscar Cooper

Guest post by That Girl. I’m calling it, jaffles are the new burger. … No? No one else? Okay, haha jokes! Jaffles are probably going to come and go and we’ll all realise we used to own a jaffle-maker and have the ability to make these toasted sandwiches at home. I might need to go … More Oscar Cooper

Huxtaburger

Huxtaburger joined with PayPal to create a magical feat that could inspire nations, heroes, princesses, dragons and Oberyn Martell to fight and fall for the quest of true taste – 50% off everything on the menu for two weeks. Booyah. It’s time to get sick of Huxtaburger (is that even possible? I’ll tell you in … More Huxtaburger

The Flour Market

Waking up early to join the already impressive line outside the Fitzroy Town Hall at 8:45am on a Sunday morning was totally worth it for my carb-starved body. But here are a few tips for the seasonal Flour Market, held in various (hipster) locations in Melbourne. Bring cash only – do not look a fool … More The Flour Market

Mr Big Stuff

Mr Big Stuff is the latest restaurant to offer southern-style soul food to fill a niche that hasn’t really been nailed in Melbourne yet, though will it change now? Opening up next to San Telmo means you have a lot to live up to, but Mr Big Stuff performed like a pro.     Walking … More Mr Big Stuff

Jam & Cream

Beautiful whimsical place tucked away in Heidelberg Heights, a friend recommended this scone focused eatery and I jumped at the chance (I do love scones!). The quirky decorations and tempting trinkets that lined the entrance only made Jam & Cream seem all the homlier. It was a very nice touch. As was the pink caravan … More Jam & Cream

Innocent Bystander

After a sneaky cider at White Rabbit Brewery next door we entered the gigantic building that is Innocent Bystander in Healesville. Despite all the concrete, the restaurant area feels quite welcoming and warm, especially highlighted by the fact you are greeted by a large rack of freshly baked breads to eat in or take away. … More Innocent Bystander

Street Feud

After eating a late night dessert at Acland St. Cantina, I saw a flier for ‘The Month of the Prince’ which revolved around food and Circa, the Prince venue. It featured things like Taco Tuesday and the Cantina Crab Shack, but the thing that caught my eye was the Street Feud, a promise of many … More Street Feud

Danny’s Kopitiam

Sitting on a busy suburban road’s shopping strip, Danny’s Kopitiam is unassuming and simply furnished. This wouldn’t be first date material, unless your date is totally into amazing quality and authentic Singaporean and Malaysian Hawker cuisine. Danny gets the job done with his made-to-order dishes and his stream of loyal customers walking through the doors … More Danny’s Kopitiam