Not all restaurant openings are covered by mainstream media, but that doesn’t make them any less worthy. Here are 21 new Melbourne restaurants from the last 12 months that you won’t read about elsewhere.
In every South American country there’s a sandwich that makes its citizens feel patriotic. In Melbourne restaurants, you can taste a range of the continent’s best without setting foot on a plane.
Nana introduced Melbourne to mookata, a Thai hotpot that barbecues meat and boils soup simultaneously. Now the city can’t get enough.
Alum Choi is shares the art of banchan with Melbourne, inspired by her mother’s recipes and husband’s bottomless stomach.
In Cairo Nick Nicola celebrated Ramadan even though he’s Christian. Now he wants Melburnians to do the same at Mizraim Egyptian Restaurant in Camberwell, including all-you-can-eat suhur from midnight.
From slaughtering and barbecuing whole animals in Colombia to sharing street food in Melbourne, the third-generation Berbeo brothers are doing things differently.
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This is the ultimate list of Thai restaurants in Melbourne for people who want to eat more than pad Thai.
A little bit Jewish, a little bit Chinese and a whole lot of flavour – this is the easiest, tastiest chicken soup recipe on the internet.
There are only 50 memberships available at Good Soup Club, which delivers herbal Chinese broths to homesick expats, busy eaters and new mums.