Beloved dumpling restaurant Din Tai Fung are bringing back their dumpling roulette sessions for a limited time across their Melbourne and Sydney restaurants. The temporary addition coincides with the launch of new and returning menus specials (did someone say fruit popsicles?) which will be available from 1st December up until 5th January.... Read More | Share it now!
It seems Neil Perry has merged two of his closest relationships into one epic, industry-first partnership. The renowned chef has long had a close working relationship with Qantas, which he has now fused into the ever-growing Rockpool Dining Group – of which he is Culinary Director – with a special treat for point-lovers all across Australia. If you haven’t guessed by now: customers can now earn and use Qantas Frequent Flyer points at any of the 60+ restaurants in the hospitality group’s national portfolio.... Read More | Share it now!
Swimming up the Yarra to Southbank this summer is a 38-metre, 300-capacity Mexican dining barge set to bring Melbourne locals and visitors a unique summer haunt until the end of February 2018. Supafish is the latest collaboration between friends and business partners Andrew Mackinnon (The Taboo Group) and Grant Smillie (E.P & L.P, Melbourne City Brewing), the same team who brought Melbourne on-water bar Ponyfish Island all those years ago. ... Read More | Share it now!
Popular food and drink delivery service Deliveroo has officially taken a giant step forward for their brand with the introduction of Deliveroo Editions, a game-changing concept that’s already seen great success throughout the UK, Europe and Asia. Basically it’s Deliveroo’s own stand-alone communal kitchen strictly dedicated to creating food for home delivery, created with the aim of meeting customer demand for more selection and less wait, essentially allowing restaurant partners to focus on expansion, innovation and distribution with lower risks and minimal rent. It’s a win for pretty much everyone.... Read More | Share it now!
Gault&Millau, the publisher of the only internationally recognised restaurant guide in Australia, have announced the winners of the fifth annual Australian awards. The winners, announced at a ceremony held in Sydney earlier this week, indicate a progressive dining scene and celebrate top achievers from all over the country.... Read More | Share it now!
Much like their super popular pop-up lolly shop last year, Allen’s Lollysmiths is a temporary store that has appeared in Sydney and Melbourne, offering one giant pick ‘n’ mix experience where sugar-enthusiasts can create custom lolly jars from just about every iteration of the brand’s famous product that has ever existed. ... Read More | Share it now!
Wake Me Up Before You Coco is the latest in a long-line of limited edition specials to pop-up at ubiquitous doughnut-slinging company Doughtnut Time. The hole-in-the-wall doughnut shops, which can be found all over Australia, have hooked up with iconic cereal brand Kelloggs to make it all happen for lovers of the chocolaty breakfast treat.... Read More | Share it now!
Next in the world of all things that are so [sometimes pronounced “sahhhh”] Melbourne: A vegan pub. Positioned on the corner of Lygon and Elgin Streets in Carlton is a new venue named Green Man’s Arms, coming from hospitality veterans and artists Alison Whyte and Fred Whitlock with a loving dedication to being completely vegan and vegetarian friendly.... Read More | Share it now!
Elwood locals may be wondering what happened to their beloved Turtle Cafe. Well, the space has been transformed into what will now be known as A Girl Called Jayne, a simple and elegant cafe that has already built up a loyal following with its use of high quality produce to deliver fresh-focused breakfast and lunch dishes that feature French, Mediterranean, and Japanese flavours.... Read More | Share it now!
After it’s time popped up in Sydney’s Hyde Park last month, the famed Night Noodle Market is heading on down for Melbourne’s annual Good Food Month for a eighteen nights of curated Asian hawker-style dining. We all know how it works; each year, various stalls from some of the country’s best food vendors remain popped up in a vibrant, open-air atmosphere serving signatures and exclusives to hordes of insatiable food lovers. It’s become such an important platform for many businesses that they usually go all-out in terms of creativity, coming up with dishes designed to stand out from the masses. ... Read More | Share it now!