Oscar Cooper

Oscar Cooper is in prime position along busy Greville Street, nestled amongst art galleries, retro clothing and quirky stores. The line is a common sight, with people packed into the small space in front of the fireplace (where the jaffles of the day are written), but trust me, the wait is worth it. Wait staff … More Oscar Cooper

Saint Crispin

The much loved St Crispin was finally visited for a special occasion and did not disappoint. Just be aware, when you book for a group, and people do not show, they WILL enforce the cancellation rule, thus our remaining members of the party chose the seven course tasting menu ($130) to make up that cost … More Saint Crispin

Kazuki’s

There are many beautiful places in Daylesford to spend a weekend away – eating, relaxing and pampering yourself. Kazuki’s would definitely be high on that list, a modern Japanese Australian fine dining restaurant which prides itself on perfection. The wait staff are very attentive and reinforce the lovely relaxed, casual atmosphere. Each dish comes out with … More Kazuki’s

Mrs Kim’s Grill

Korean BBQ has never been my favourite as I always end up hungry, smelling like smoked foods and forking out a lot of money. That being said, you can’t deny the just-cooked delight of meat on a grill in front of you. Enter Mrs Kim’s in Carnegie (which used to be an epic all you … More Mrs Kim’s Grill

MakMak – Sydney

Set a fair way into suburban Newtown, this tiny storefront is dedicated to churning out delicious varieties of macarons, and only macarons. Given this focus, it’s no wonder why they do what they do so well; and in a time where most would turn to Laduree or Zumbo for their sweet hit, MakMak are holding their own. … More MakMak – Sydney

Le Bon Ton

Le Bon Ton Bloody Mary: Ketel-one vodka, house-smoked tomatoes, char-grilled capsicum, fresh citrus and Old Bay seasoning, house pickle juice, jalapeno hot sauce and a splash of red wine ($18.0). A very fancy Blood Mary with many layers, though ultimately slightly sweet for my liking, and definitely not thick enough. I quite enjoyed the Chili … More Le Bon Ton

Hobba

Set in a hip gutted out warehouse style concrete decorated building, Hobba evokes an image of pram-moms who come with their very young children and sit and catch up over coffee. It is, after all, highly spacious, and one of the few cafes in Melbourne which can afford to do so. The Pea and Halloumi … More Hobba