Review: Mr Hubbard Cafe & Larder, Malvern

Mr Hubbard is this tiny, little 17 (ish) seater cafe tucked away just off Glenferrie Road in Malvern, but boy do its meals create a big impression! Its varied menu and super fresh food really stand out. After visiting a couple of huge brunch spots this week, the small intimate setting of Mr Hubbard really…

Review: Hawk and Hunter, Ripponlea

Hawk and Hunter is bold, bright and beautiful. Occupying a double fronted unit on Glen Eira Avenue it does it’s best to stand out, but is probably missed by some as it is off the main stretch of Glen Eira road…

Review: The Hardware Societe, CBD

When I announced on Instagram that I’d visited The Hardware Societe, one of the comments was “the iconic cafe” and there’s something pretty iconic about a cafe that also owns the cafe across the road as a second choice for when they are too busy. For anyone who isn’t familiar with this French inspired cafe,…

Review: Brighton School House

Set in an old church school house, this cafe is pretty stand-out when you walk along Church Street. Alongside it’s noticeable covered outdoor eating area, it also boasts a substantial number of tables inside the “school house”, which still retains many original features.Β It’s a gorgeous building, and ultimately, it sets the bar high for your…

Review: Gami Chicken, Southland

After hearing many, many good things about Gami chicken’s various branches across Melbourne I decided to pop into their newly opened Southland store to give it a try. With its wood finish, bold colours and trendy central bench seating, Gami chicken tries to bridge that gap between take out and restaurant dining. We were greeted…