322-326 Coventry St, South Melbourne
Excellent market for meat and vegetables as well as loads of cooking stuff
35 Old Healesville Rd 3775, Yarra Glen
Visited here on Thursday 23rd May , and it was a true delight. The staff were so helpful and friendly and the chocolate choice superb, and the dessert choice in the café was out of this world. I am bringing my son back here in June when he comes on holiday from the UK. Cant wait for return visit.
125 Flinders Lane 3000, Melbourne
Everytime we come to Melbourne we wait however long we have to to get in. It's a family tradition. We love it.
177-183 Lonsdale St 3000, Melbourne
Kinda weird, its open 24hrs and screams takeaway that seems to have grown bigger and classier as time went on. Souvlaki is great and the moussaka was also pretty special. A great range of awesome greek soft drinks too. Staff are 110% super efficient, pleasant and speedy. Menu was quite limited but prices were reasonable. Will be back.
620 Victoria St, Richmond
A fairly average small scale shopping centre with a "small" Ikea, an average sized Kmart, a Coles, and the usual suspects as shops and around the food court.
285 Brunswick St 3065, Fitzroy
Great atmosphere, incredible decor, fantastic beer selection, and average food. The only good pintxos are the ones being carried around by the waiters. The ones at the front counter either taste very average, or aren't even worth an $0.80 impulse purchase.
26 Observatory Rd 3767, Mount Dandenong
View are great, can see all city view n Im lucky on that day was sunny
212 King St 3000, Melbourne
Just truly amazing Indian Dhaba style food at jaw dropping price. Cheap n yummy
141 Lygon St Carlton 3053, Melbourne
Express lunch menu is great value, and generally not too busy at lunch time too. Good quality food.
161 Clarendon St 3006, Melbourne
Great food, nice service. Will come back when I'm in town!
6-12 Pin Oak Cres Flemington 3031, Melbourne
The vegetarian laksa just blows my mind
380 Lygon St Carlton Vic 3053, Melbourne
Brunetti is a well established cafe, cake and chocolate maker in Melbourne. It's largest and oldest location being here, just off the famous Lygon Street. The choice is bewildering, truly. However beware, as even on a Tuesday night at 10pm it can be a tin of sardines like experience and is ALWAYS busy. However, I recommend you definitely avoid Saturday and particularly Sunday mornings where some snoberatti like to hog every seat, people watch, and pose with the Sunday papers and coffee. It's like a nightclub or trendy bar at these times so best to avoid and go through the week or later at night when the normal people and student contingent appear. Service is okay and that's only because its hellishly busy, they do their best, and food and drinks are always serviced hot and fresh. Expect to pay a premium here, this ain't no run of the mill cafe, but still it can be reasonable-ish for a very nice interior and overall 'Brunetti experience!'.
279 La Trobe St 3000, Melbourne
Haven't had dinner there yet, but if Richard's professionaliam is any indication, this place will definitively rock.
1-3 St Heliers Street 3067, Abbotsford
Yummy food, very friendly staff, had a great meal here after a long bike ride.
178 Ferrars St 3205, Melbourne
A great cafe. Coffee is excellent. They do have regular bacon & eggs-type cafe food, but it's the Russian dishes that make it stand out. The pancakes are a fav of mine, even though they are about twice the size they need to be. Highly recommended.