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Baba Sus, Glen Iris

Originally published on Broadsheet.

Baba Sus is Midori Hori and Daniel Liao’s pan-Asian cafe. Hori hails from Japan; and Liao has a Taiwanese-Thai background.

Their childhoods reappear in the form of Hong Kong egg waffles with vanilla custard and green tea ice cream (the cafe’s signature dish) and The Piglette – a ka prao (Thai basil) pork omelette with an Asian salad. 159 more words

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Review: Uncommon, Windsor

Originally published on Concrete Playground.

A Windsor eatery breaking away from the usual cafe schtick.

Through the dark iron gates that mark Uncommon, reckless plants hang in pots suspended from high ceilings. 340 more words

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Profile: Einstein's 251, Caulfield North

Originally published on Broadsheet

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Einstein’s 251 celebrates Albert Einstein and his Jewish heritage, in cafe form. Set in the heart of Caulfield North, the eatery honours the genius by serving clever food. 174 more words

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Profile: Omar & the Marvellous Coffee Bird, Gardenvale

Originally published on Broadsheet CAFE

This cafe and roaster’s name is based on a Yemeni legend: a sheik named Omar was bordering on starvation after being exiled. 213 more words

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Foodie Melbourne features: Melbourne's doughnut prince, Bistro Morgan

It is not difficult for me to imagine what the majority of 14 year olds were doing today. After all, I spend about forty weeks a year with them as an English and History teacher, so I can predict how many of them will be spending their school holidays; playing video games, going to the local pool or visiting the beach on these hot days, ‘hanging’ at the local shopping centre, seeing movies with their friends. 887 more words

Melbourne: Charlie's Dumplings

Somehow along the way, Charlie’s Dumplings fell into my radar. More specifically, I was gunning for this exotic dessert creation – milk chocolate dumplings with raspberry chilli sorbet 165 more words

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The 10 Best CBD Breakfast Spots in Melbourne

Originally published on Concrete Playground.

Never turn up to work hungry again

Melbourne’s obsession with weekend breakfasts is engrained in its identity. But during the week it’s sometimes overlooked in favour of a few more snoozes and a couple of extra minutes in a warm bed. 1,023 more words

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