Browsing All posts tagged under »Melbourne restaurants«

The mexican wave and it’s cousin.

November 23, 2011


Paco’s Taco’s is a new venture by the Movida restaurant empire, renaming and rebranding what once was Movida Terrazza. Frank Camorra and Andy McMahon offer lunchtime diners something other than gourmet sandwiches, roasts, pasta and seafood in this competitive business lunch arena. Offering quick and simple Mexican street food, paired with a selection of fruity […]

Service that can outweigh taste?

November 23, 2011


Amongst the hustle and bustle of bars, cafes and restaurants which line Brunswick Street, lies St Jude’s Cellars. A wine bar/restaurant that boasts modern Australian gastro pub fare matched with a range of imported and Australian wines. From the outside this place looks and feels expensive, take a closer look and find an affordable menu, relaxed serving staff and […]

Melbourne’s little Italy.

October 26, 2011


D.O.C Pizza and Mozzarella bar has firmly cemented its mark on the Melbourne pizza scene, producing some of the most authentic and delicious pizza’s outside of Italy. With Slow Food philosophies, well versed wait staff, a vibrant atmosphere and incredibly fresh produce, its no surprise that there is a long queue to be seated four […]

The tiger has earned its stripes.

September 1, 2011


Easy Tiger has earned its stripes by creating fierce Thai meals, served in a casual environment, reminiscent of a bustling upmarket restaurant in Thailand. This place has mastered the art of flavour, creating some of the best Thai dishes I have tried in Melbourne. Although it is on the pricey end of the scale, it is well worth the money. With a more concentrated focus on minor front […]