There’s a new eatery in town and it’s not for the fainted heart. If you love Korean food, hip hop and a place where you can just chill then you should definitely hit up the new and happening Seoulja Boy. They have just had their launch which had a live DJ, food and drinks pouring from the tap.
Healthy eating has been creeping up slowly and slowly on my preference when looking for food. Spiral Beans in Preston has ticked that box and has been opened since November 2016 (only a month or so) and is the new and improved version of Disco Beans. Spiral Beans offers whole food in their most natural state limiting the processed and refined elements. Spiral Beans offers contemporary cooking methods with traditional Japanese flavours.
TGI Fridays is the feeling you associate when the work week is ending and the weekend is starting. So when you need a little Friday in your life, TGI Fridays is the place to go. They are now showcasing burgers and chicken wings to trial new flavours and guess what? We get to vote and decide.
Malvern, the inner east suburb in Melbourne with cutie patootie houses and great places to eat so it’s no surprise that the new up and coming English inspired cafe Saint James Cafe opened up right on the main street.
If you’ve been to Sardi Cafe in Hawthorn and love it as much as I do, you’ll be super duper excited to know that Sardi has a sister cafe, Junkyard cafe located on Inkerman street in St Kilda. With the same owner, Ash, you can be sure that the quality and service are top notch. It’s hidden away in near a building complex but you can see the sign from afar and thus get super excited while you walk towards it.
Victoria Street right next to Victoria Market is the go to place if you want some cosy venues with great food this is the street to be on. Now, there’s a new bad boy that’s opened for 5 months or so and they’re serving authentic Spanish Tapas and they’re tucked away so you just need to keep your eyes opened. Right next to Victoria Market stands El Rincon, it’s quaint, it’s cosy and it’s full of personality.
Royal Stacks have had the first store opening at the beginning of 2016 and have been making a name for themselves all over Melbourne and have popped up a few stores along the way. Royal Stacks made their entrance at Chadstone right in the heart of the food court and you’ll know where they are because there’s always a huge queue in front of it. The store has the same feeling and decoration as all the other stores which is always a plus and makes you feel like royalty.
South Yarra, the place where you go to shop, eat, drink and just wander around. Located smack bang in the heart of South Yarra lies a modern yet authentic Italian eatery that isn’t flash or in yo face. Italian Chef has been opened for approximately 3 years and it gets quite full so you’ll definitely need to make a booking if you want to try out this Italian eatery. We were welcomed in by the staff and was seated in the middle of the eatery. We got the drinkie which was quite popular and included negronii in a spritz and it was fresh and not too alcoholic tasting if you were not a fan of the good ol’ alcohol taste.
Williamstown was holding their annual wine and cheese festival down at Seaworks Maritime Precinct. Their tickets range from $24-$48 online and dependent on how many tokens you’d like to get. For $90, you can get access to the Yealands Marquee as well. All entry tickets regardless of the price will include a festival glass (woohoo!) so you can start tasting all them wines/beers/cider.
Castello Blue, the name that you relate cheese to had a burger launch at Easey’s to celebrate the release of it’s first ever blue cheese slices – Castello Burger Blue. The event started off chippies coming around and they were fabulous! Super crunchy, lovey seasoned and oh my gosh oh so delish.