The World Loves Melbourne was invited to experience an iconic tour of Queen Victoria Markets known as "Hunt and Gather Food Tour". Every Melbournian should do a tour of Queen Victoria Market. If you're like me you need help when approaching any of Melbourne's markets.
Have you visited Terindah Estate on the stunning Bellarine Peninsula? You should. It's now become even more accessible through the new Port Phillip Ferry Service. Ferries run several times a day to and from Portarlington which means you can take a day trip and experience all the region has to offer and be back in time to watch your next Netflix series in the evening. They have a bus company that drops people to the wineries, so you don't have to drive. Plus the cost of the ferry is extremely affordable (why are some ferry services so damn expensive?).
CH James is bringing it's burger "A game" to Fairfield with a Burger Night, held in the standout CH James Courtyard in Fairfield on Friday March 31 from 6pm. The Burger Night promises to be fabulous following highly successful outdoor events in the past.
Camus is a revelation in Northcote; behind the humble entrance is a world of chic and nuance with French Algerian cuisine at its finest. The World Loves Melbourne was invited to experience Camus for a Friday luncheon.
Pure South is a fabulous restaurant showcasing the best produce of Tasmania with verve and sophistication. A recent extensive 8 month renovation has resulted in an iconic huge space (more than doubled in size); quintessential Melbourne, with an upstairs dining area with stunning Southbank and riverside views almost hanging over the Yarra. The World Loves Melbourne enjoyed a sumptuous four hour lunch in the upstairs dining area; and was inspired by the experience.