Sake Restaurant & Bar

I was wrong. I was entirely expecting the tired old formula that so many of the typical “fine-dining” restaurants residing along Southbank tend to deliver. The fact that it had “fusion” (tired) and “Japanese” (overdone) as its calling cards, along with, as I mentioned above, residing along Southbank, I was expecting a relatively generic eating…

Jock’s Ice Cream

Before there was Gelato Messina, Pidapipo, N2 or even Il Dolce Freddo, there was a humble little store in Albert Park serving up quality ice cream and sorbets to southern suburbia.  While it may be now overshadowed by some of the big wigs as mentioned above, Jock’s still continues to quietly go abouts its business…

Two Little Pigs Charcuterie and Grind

Delicious cold meats at the ready, along with creative liberty on old favourites with an American twist? Sign me up. I did a review on this spot recently, but I loved it so much I came back; I still have dreams of their big breakfast! In a Sentence: They have something called “Doughcakes”, I believe it’s…

Proud Mary

It doesn’t matter how old Proud Mary is, or how many newcomers have come and gone since its opening. The lines are here to stay, as is the now infamous smashed avocado on toast that they continue to serve to Proud Mary fanatics every single day. Conscientiously Melbournian, what with their lack of signage, microscopic…

Po’ Boy Quarter

 Quick Thoughts: One photo’s all you need. Deep fried chicken wings, mac and cheese croquettes, and a catfish Po Boy, and can I just say, no other mac and cheese croquette even compares to the ones at Po Boy Quarter or Gumbo Kitchen. Have a hankering for New Orleans food in Melbourne? This is your…