With quirky and super-instagrammable shops and eateries, there's always something new in Melbourne’s laneways and arcades.
After a no-frills feed or have a crowd to please on a modest budget? Take a stroll down the Southern Hemisphere's oldest Chinatown.
Grab a coffee from a hole-in-the-wall and see what happens in one of Melbourne’s quintessential laneways.
Discover why these restaurants have achieved iconic status, one beautiful bite at a time.
Bring your own cup, say no to plastic straws and don’t forget a bag or two! It’s easy to do thanks to these Melbourne shops and bars.
Don’t shop til you drop – rest and refuel at these Melbourne food courts, which have lots of yummy, affordable options.
Outsource all the work on the big day to the professionals. Feast with family or friends, then relax without a second thought about who’s cleaning up.
Your end-of-year lunch can be memorable for all the right reasons at these venues, which tick all the easy-as boxes.
Stuck in a foodie rut? Shake things up at Melbourne’s new dining destinations, from a glamorous Sichuan hotpot palace to katsu sando central.
From a walking tour to eating and shopping hotspots, we’ve found some of the city’s best experiences that are kind to animals.
From cheeky long lunches on sunny work days to grand gourmet affairs on weekends, Melbourne’s city parks and gardens are perfect for picnics.
Sit down for Japanese at one of these awesome sushi train spots.
Whether you go mild or spicy, Chinese, Korean or Japanese, hot pot’s perfect for gathering with friends or family, especially when it’s chilly.
When your wallet and tummy are a bit empty, two-minute noodles aren’t the only answer. If you’ve got 20 bucks, Melbourne has plenty of options.