On Saturday 9 of May 2015, Melbournians celebrated Fiesta Malaysia - a festival which showcased Malaysian cuisine sourced from the best and most authentic Malaysian restaurants in and around Melbourne.
We recently ordered in a Singaporean feast to enjoy at home via Eatnow through their Melbourne CBD delivery and takeaway page. We have visited Mr Loys on several occasions and have been consistently pleased by the quality of their dishes.
Gastrology bloggers dined courtesy of Restaurant Dansk.
Restaurant Dansk impresses with outstanding contemporary Danish cuisine. Located in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD, the Restaurant Dansk is a brilliant introduction to Nordic cuisine and focuses on modern techniques to emphasise clean, crisp flavours, especially from hedgerows.
Gastrology bloggers attended the tour courtesy of SIP Wine Tours.
Gastrology joined wine expert and author Nicolle Croft on a journey through the wine region of St Emilion in Bordeaux, where we gained a deep understanding of this famous appellation - from the soil, to the making of wine, the different vintages and the often confusing classification systems.
Bordeaux’s younger and more cosmopolitan vibe is lending itself to an evolving gastronomic scene, bringing exciting innovation into the local food scene. Leading the charge is restaurant owner and chef, Jérôme Billot.
In celebration of Australia’s continued love affair with gin and following the success of last year’s event, Bombay Sapphire’s Project Botanials is back in 2015. Launching 24 June, the unique bar and dining experience will be in Melbourne for three weeks only with a new seasonally crafted menu and distinctly different twist to the cocktail list.
Gastrology bloggers attended the event courtesy of Time Out Melbourne Pub Awards.
The winners of the 2nd annual Time Out Melbourne Pub Awards have been announced. The awards, which recognise the city’s top watering holes, both old and new, were held last night at Beer DeLuxe in Federation Square, the official Hub of Good Beer Week and one of the Week’s major events.
Gastrology bloggers received the product courtesy of Spiral Foods.
Spiral Foods, Australia’s oldest and most trusted organic health food supplier, is excited to reveal their delicious new range of VeriVal Organic Porridge just in time for winter. Available for the first time in Australia under the exclusive rights of Spiral Foods, the VeriVal philosophy supports the notion that a wholesome, healthy breakfast is the key to the start of a good day.
Gastrology bloggers dined courtesy of Brother Burger and the Marvellous Brew.
Adored Fitzroy burger destination, Brother Burger and the Marvellous Brew, has crossed the river to open its second restaurant on Melbourne’s iconic Chapel Street. Taking over the site formerly home to Café Greco, Brother Burger is part of the new guard of Chapel Street hangouts.