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GetFoodi x Emelia Jackson

Written by THE FOOD SOCIETY on . Posted in $ Cheap as chips, $$ Moderately priced, $$$ A little bit fancy, $$$$ Fine dining, Abbotsford, Albert Park, Armadale, Bakery, Balaclava, Balwyn, Blackburn, Box Hill, Brighton, Brunswick, Camberwell, Carlton, Caufield, CBD, Collingwood, Dessert, Dixons Creek, Doncaster, Elsternwick, Fitzroy, Flemington, Glen Waverley, Hawthorn, Healsville, High Tea, International, Ivanhoe, Kew, Lorne, Malvern East, Moorabbin & Highett, Mornington, Mornington Peninsula, North Melbourne, Oakleigh, Prahan, Red Hill, Richmond, Ripponlea, South Melbourne, South Wharf, South Yarra, Southbank, St Kilda, Templestowe, Toorak, VICTORIA, West Melbourne, Windsor, Yarra Glen, Yarra Valley and Dandenong Ranges

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Mister Bianco

Written by THE FOOD SOCIETY on . Posted in $$$ A little bit fancy, $$$$ Fine dining, Dessert, European, International, Italian, Kew, Mediterranean, VICTORIA

Mister Bianco Location: 285 High Street, Kew, Melbourne, VIC Contact: 03 9853 6929 Mister Bianco has an offering too good to refuse – gorgeous, authentic Sicilian flavours and hearty southern Italian dishes finished with the sense of refinery that one would expect from someone of owner and chef, Joseph Vargetto’s experience. Blending modern European techniques with traditional Italian influences, Vargetto (of Langton’s, Number 8 and Mezzo fame) brings a wealth of experience and finesse to this local favourite. The restaurant falls within the fine dining category yet disposes of the pretentiousness that one might experience at fine establishments elsewhere. Service is friendly yet relaxed, the decor is intimate with white-clothed tables and low lighting, but the atmosphere oozes a pared back feel.

MELBOURNE FAVOURITES – SUMMER 2015

Written by THE FOOD SOCIETY on . Posted in $ Cheap as chips, $$ Moderately priced, $$$ A little bit fancy, $$$$ Fine dining, Abbotsford, Albert Park, American, Asian, Bakery, Balaclava, Balwyn, Barbecue, Breakfast & Brunch, British, Burgers, Camberwell, Carlton, Caufield, CBD, Chicken, Chinese, Coffee, Collingwood, Dessert, Diner, Elsternwick, European, Fast Food, Fitzroy, Hawthorn, Ice Cream, International, Italian, Japanese, Kew, Korean, Mexican, Modern Australian, Moorabbin & Highett, Oakleigh, Prahan, Pub & Bar Food, Richmond, Ripponlea, Sandwiches and Salads, Seafood, South Yarra, Spanish, St Kilda, Steakhouse, Sushi, Thai, Toorak, Vegetarian, VICTORIA, Vietnamese, Windsor

I am constantly astounded by the quality and diversity of food that is offered in Melbourne. Having recently returned from travelling and working overseas (where I had the pleasure of dining at quite a few Michelin-starred restaurants), I can comfortably say that Melbourne offers some of the best restaurants and cafes in the world, which, believe it or not, I much preferred over their Michelin-starred counterparts. This past month I have been very ‘busy’ re-acquainting my palette with Melbourne food. Here are a few favourites that I’d happily eat at (over and over) again: Hinoki Japanese Pantry Location: 279 Smith Street, Fitzroy, VIC 0065 Contact: 03 9417 4531 IMG_20150215_174219 Hinoki Japanese Pantry on Urbanspoon Fonda Mexican Location: 248 Swan Street, Richmond, VIC 3121 Contact: 03 9429 0085 IMG_20150224_204240 Fonda Mexican on Urbanspoon Jinda Thai Location: 7 Ferguson St, Abbotsford, VIC 3067 Contact: 03 9419 5899 Processed with VSCOcam with c2 preset Jinda Thai Restaurant on Urbanspoon

The Salmon Shop – Tassal

Written by THE FOOD SOCIETY on . Posted in $$ Moderately priced, Breakfast & Brunch, Brunch affair, Casual dining, Cheap eats, Coffee, Coffee break, Kew, Sandwiches and Salads, VICTORIA

Upon a rather depressing realisation that Percy’s Aeroplane closes its doors on Sundays, we ventured to the Salmon Shop – Tassal in Kew. The cafe (whose only other location is in Salamanca, Tasmania) doubles up as a cooking school, enabling us to sample the brunch pursuits of Australia’s largest Atlantic salmon producer. With a modern blue and white themed interior, and walls donning mosaic fish scale tiles, The Salmon Shop – Tassal is somewhat of a Tassal institution, offering an abundance of self-branded products.
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