Category: food

Bourke Street Green opens just in time for Summer

Opening just in time for warm summer nights, and lazy summer days, Bourke Street Green is an open-air oasis in the heart of Melbourne’s concrete jungle. My plus one and I were lucky enough to check it out for an…

European Cheese X Annam

Some collaborations sound unusual on paper, but as soon as you dive in deeper they make so much sense. It was with this exact sense of not knowing what to expect that my plus one and I arrived at modern…

A taste of Melbourne at the Time Out Food Awards

White linen table cloths, Korean blood sausage, Japanese breakfast, biodynamic produce, vegemite curry roti, house-made pasta, local buttermilk curds, and kangaroo salami. The search is over. You’ll be able to find all these gastronomical gems in the Time Out Melbourne…

Melbourne Good Food Month

Winter is not just coming, it’s already here! All Melburnians know though, that just because it’s getting cold outside, doesn’t mean you should stay home. That is especially true in June when the delicious Good Food Month returns! The month…

Shanghai-style comfort food arrives just in time for winter

David’s latest Shanghai-inspired menu is set to thwart the winter chill. After 20 years running his flagship restaurant in Prahran, the self-described ‘Shanghai boy’ isn’t trying to reinvent the wheel. Rather, founder David Zhou is continuing to fine-tune his recipes….

Explore Pinot Masterclass and Lunch

Imagine life with a personal sommelier. No more wandering the aisles of Dan Murphy’s selecting wine based purely on label aesthetics, or wondering which $20 bottle of shiraz will get you the best bang for your buck. No more doosey…

Truly Madly Deeply Melbourne

The Melbourne Food & Wine Festival (MFWF) is always a highlight of the year for The Plus Ones. After all, what’s not to love about Melbourne’s world-class offerings of both of these delicious things. The program hosts a carefully crafted…

Bottomless Lunch at Eleni’s Kitchen and Bar

You’ve all heard about bottomless brunch, but what about bottomless lunch? Eleni’s Kitchen and Bar has Melbourne newest (and potentially first) bottomless lunch. We were invited to check it out, and spent an afternoon gorging on pitas heaped with tzatziki…

A Night at the Natural History Bar

Looking for a spot for after work drinks with a bit of a twist? The Natural History Bar is an expansive pub situated right on Collins St. With its mustard colour interior and warm lighting tones, it’s a venue that…