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

GetFoodi Connecting food creators with food lovers www.getfoodi.com.au Can we all just take a moment to admire this wonderful creation? dscf1095 I mean really, that is one SERIOUS cake!

La Maison Maille Launch – Mount Eliza

Written by THE FOOD SOCIETY on . Posted in $ Cheap as chips, $$ Moderately priced, $$$ A little bit fancy, $$$$ Fine dining, EVENTS, Invitations, Mornington Peninsula, News, Taste Test, VICTORIA

La Maison Maille Boutique, Mount Eliza Website: http://www.maille.co.uk/home.dept The first La Maison Maille boutique in the Southern Hemisphere has just opened up shop in Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula, and, for all you mustard aficionados out there, it’s a must visit. The Australian store, which is now Maille’s sole mustard emporium outside of Europe, carries Maille’s exclusive mustard range, which can be purchased right off the supermarket shelves. The launch is a collaboration with Mount Eliza’s Ritchies IGA, a local supermarket with an emphasis on creating a “community” atmosphere, emulating that of the original Maille store in Paris in 1747. In celebration of the launch, we were invited to attend an intimate mustard masterclass with Chef Adrian Richardson (from the television series Good Chef, Bad Chef) and to sample the world’s most exclusive mustard; the Maille Chablis mustard with Black Truffle, containing wine sourced from Chablis, the renowned Burgundy wine region and black truffle from Périgord in France.

Counting House

Written by THE FOOD SOCIETY on . Posted in $$$ A little bit fancy, Coffee, Dessert, French, Modern Australian, Mornington, Mornington Peninsula, VICTORIA

Counting House Location: 787 Esplanade Mornington, VIC 3931 Contact: 03 5975 2055 Had a phenomenal time at Counting House over the weekend thanks to M & E. The place is absolutely gorgeous; a quaint, cottage-like restaurant that is all bits rustic glamour and chic. It draws on natural elements – the lights are encased by branches, the long windows are lined with bright red flowers, and the glassware and ornaments bear the restaurant’s cute logo – a little black bird.

Montalto Restaurant and Winery

Written by THE FOOD SOCIETY on . Posted in $$$$ Fine dining, A little bit fancy, Let's get tipsy, Modern Australian, Mornington Peninsula, Red Hill, VICTORIA, Vineyard

Montalto Restaurant and Winery is a stunning vineyard sprawled across acres of gorgeous greenery in Red Hill, Victoria. The Estate itself is comprised of the Montalto Restaurant, bakery, olive grove, summer gardens, and wetlands walk, which displays a number of interesting artworks by various artists as part of the estate’s collection.

DOC Mornington

Written by THE FOOD SOCIETY on . Posted in $$ Moderately priced, Casual dining, Cheap eats, Italian, Mornington, Mornington Peninsula, Pizza, VICTORIA

We love pizza, but let’s be honest – more often than not it’s of the Dominos variety, topped with diced mystery meat and drowning in grease. Amidst the plethora of fast food restaurants churning out pizzas under $10, it can be a little difficult to find good quality, authentic pizza. Now that’s where DOC Mornington comes in.
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