Nestled in the heart of the city is a former gallery-turned-café known to all Melbournians – Manchester Press. While it doesn’t look like much from the outside, the sliding doors open up to a spacious area filled with rustic wooden tables and the heavenly smell of freshly brewed coffee.
An old school friend of ours was down visiting Melbourne for business and we thought it’d be the perfect opportunity to catch up over some steaks. We rarely get this chance due to busy schedules and different cities, so we wanted somewhere with good, unpretentious food but also a suitable atmosphere for chatting. City Grill Room was already well known for having consistently solid steaks so we thought we’d go and try it out.Read More »
Mama Manoush is a small restaurant on Nicholson Street, away from the usual hustle and bustle of Fitzroy. They have a great range of delicious Lebanese dishes, from dips to mezza to pizza, as well as two banquet options.The service is also very friendly, and the place has the atmosphere of a lovely family-run business. K and I headed to Mama Manoush for our usual Friday night meal out, but was surprised to find only 2 or 3 other groups dining there, considering its great Urbanspoon rating. We were seated promptly, but deciding what to order was the major hurdle.Read More »
Hey everyone, K here, making the first of hopefully many guest appearances on Judy’s blog. I’m currently out on placement in Traralgon during the week so I had a rare meal without her at a place called Little Prince. It serves an Asian and Mexican fusion style tapas. I’m always a bit hesitant about Asian fusion because I grew up on home cooked Chinese food and generally find that the best Asian food will be found in the cheapest, dingiest back alley. Nevertheless, I had heard good things so I was excited for the trip to Little Prince.Read More »