One Plus Piece Cafe in Balwyn hits the high notes with brilliant food and fine coffee, all with an Asian twist. The World Loves Melbourne loves a playful cafe and One Piece Plus delivers with its Japanese anime theme.
Attica is a stunning hub of creativity and is rated the 32nd restaurant in the world by San Pellegrino World’s 50 Best restaurants. The World Loves Melbourne enjoyed a Chef’s Table evening at Attica, having to respond to a late cancellation or risk waiting another few months to secure a table. In a city of hot tickets, this is the hottest ticket!
Ramen! The best Japanese comfort food! Best ramen restaurants in Melbourne according to The World Loves Melbourne:
1. Mr Ramen San (Mid City Bourke St CBD)
Mr Ramen San is an authentic ramen house, with owner Roystan having been trained by Japanese masters and bringing influences of the Kyushu area of Japan. Mr Ramen San is known for it's traditional charsu pork ramen featuring the cloudy white broth; this is the result of cooking the broth in pork bones for 10 hours. Kitchen staff are disciplined to stir the broth for 4-5 hours; a sign of dedication.
Altair Restaurant, famous for it's innovative use of native ingredients, has just launched it's compelling new menu. The menu at Altair is always evolving, but you can bet it will feature fine dining options with outstanding tastes and textures, and clever use of indigenous ingredients.
Here are our top picks for Good Food Month from The World Loves Melbourne...
People must think I’m some sort of a machine, having churned out a cookbook a year for over twelve years. Especially when you hear stories from some cookbook authors who take three or four years to write their masterpiece, and then shoot it over another year, working with the seasons.
Summer is a time for nourishing healthy foods that aren't heavy. Bossy Boots Cafe in Brighton has been striking a chord selling hundreds of nourishing patties a week. Check out our Best Healthy Eating Cafes.
Mr Ramen San in Mid City Centre Chinatown is launching a never before seen dish - its unique Summer Salad Ramen. The Salad Ramen brings the flavour of ramen in a cold dish perfect for summer and is the only dish of its kind in Melbourne. (The concept is similar to eating cold pasta, also perfect for summer). Also check out our Best Ramen in Melbourne.
The World Loves Melbourne was honoured to be invited on a media tour of Springvale with celebrity chef and media identity Elizabeth Chong.
Victoria’s finest chefs are sharpening their knives for the annual Gastronomique gala food and wine charity night for Anglicare Victoria. 20 of the State’s top chefs are uniting to cook for 500 guests to help raise funds for vulnerable children.
Altair Restaurant, famous for its innovative use of native ingredients, is hosting an exclusive and one off degustation experience for Good Food Month on November 10 2015.