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Thursday, July 10, 2014

Rockwell & Sons, The Town Mouse, Jimmy Grant's and American Doughnut Kitchen, Melbourne

Fried chicken with biscuits and gravy at Rockwell and Sons, Collingwood, Melbourne

Biscuits. Gravy. Fried chicken. This heart-stopping trinity was all that was on my mind when I visited Melbourne earlier this year. My destination? Rockwell and Sons in Collingwood, home of fried chicken Wednesdays and 2014 winner of best burger in Australia.

Rockwell and Sons, Collingwood, Melbourne
Rockwell and Sons in Collingwood

There are no bookings at Rockwell and Sons but I walked in with no problems at lunchtime on a Saturday. The official fried chicken, biscuits and gravy combo is only available on Wednesday nights ($60 for a whole brined and fried buttermilk chicken with biscuits, devilled eggs and three sides) but if you ask nicely, they may just oblige you with this:

Fried chicken with biscuits and gravy at Rockwell and Sons, Collingwood, Melbourne
Buttermilk biscuits, Sawmill sausage gravy and poached eggs $16 with fried chicken $6

The kitchen is happy to add a side of fried chicken ($6) to their standard dish of buttermilk biscuits, Sawmill sausage gravy and poached eggs. It's not chicken on the bone, but it is a juicy chicken thigh fillet, the star of their fried chicken sandwich ($12).

Can we talk about the buttermilk biscuits? They're blow-your-mind amazing. Imagine a fluffy scone with a super crisp meat pie pastry top and you're halfway to realising the magic of this Southern genius. There's a chewy crunch to the shell yet the innards are wondrously fluffy. Add lashings of sausage gravy, two runny poached eggs and fat slices of golden fried chicken and you've got yourself one helluva trip to eye-closing bliss.

Bar at Rockwell and Sons, Collingwood, Melbourne
Bar at Rockwell and Sons


The Town Mouse

The Town Mouse, Carlton, Melbourne
The Town Mouse in Carlton

I was in Melbourne for the Melbourne Food & Wine Festival for four days, and even though I had a sponsored itinerary from Tourism Victoria, I used every spare minute to eat at all the hotspots I'd been eyeing wistfully on Instagram. The Town Mouse was up there.

Compilmentary sourdough with seaweed butter at The Town Mouse, Carlton, Melbourne
Complimentary sourdough with seaweed butter

You'll find the Town Mouse sitting on its own in a residential street in Carlton, just behind the main Lygon Street strip. There's a cosy small-bar feel to the place with seating within the main bar area or in the enclosed and leafy courtyard out the back.

Goats cheese profiterole with caraway, thyme and honey at The Town Mouse, Carlton, Melbourne
Goat's cheese profiterole with caraway, thyme and our honey $3

The complimentary sourdough with seaweed butter is a generous (and delicious) gesture and the snacks are impressive too. The goat's cheese profiterole might only be three dollars but it's an elegant construction, filled with whipped goats cheese, dusted with caraway and thyme and set on a bed of honey from their own urban beehive.

Smoked duck liver parfait with pickled cucumber and crisp potato at The Town Mouse, Carlton, Melbourne
Smoked duck liver parfait with pickled cucumber and crisp potato $3

And there's a beautiful sense of refinement with the smoked duck liver parfait too, a beautifully piped ball of smooth and silky parfait set on a plank of deep-fried paper-thin potato.

Venison tartare with pickled radish at The Town Mouse, Carlton, Melbourne
Venison tartare with pickled radish, nashi pear, ginger and wasabi $15

The venison tartare is a standout too. Hand-chopped venison is tumbled with tiny cubes of pickled radish, wafer-thin slices of nashi pear and a snowfall of wasabi powder, made from tapioca flour and wasabi oil. Bread crumbs toasted in burnt butter add crunch and at the bottom is a soft pool of ginger creme. It's textural, light and zingy against the mild gaminess of venison.


Jimmy Grants

Souvlaki from Jimmy Grants, Fitzroy, Melbourne

I walked straight from The Town Mouse to Jimmy Grants, a few blocks away in Fitzroy. Jimmy Grants is brought to you by George Calombaris, a casual eat-in restaurant that focuses on souvlaki or souva.

Entrance to Jimmy Grants, Fitzroy, Melbourne
Jimmy Grants in Fitzroy

There's no signage on the outside except for a blue cross, but you can smell the tantalising whiff of charcoal from Smith Street.

Dining room tables and chairs at Jimmy Grants, Fitzroy, Melbourne
Dining space chairs and tables

The dining room inside could pass for a trendy cafe with blue and white stools, bench seating, wall murals and a view into the open kitchen.

Mr Papadopoulos lamb souva from Jimmy Grants, Fitzroy, Melbourne
Mr Papadopoulos souva $9.50
Lamb, mustard aioli, chips, onions and parsley

The classic Mr Papadopoulos souva is a revelation. Warm, fluffy and freshly grilled pita bread is stuffed with tender chunks of lamb, mustard aioli and a handful of chips for extra crunch. It's crazy good and a testament to the beauty of simple food done really well.



Monsieur Truffe, Collingwood, Melbourne
Monsieur Truffe in Collingwood

Keep heading along Smith Street and you'll stumble onto Monsieur Truffe, a handy detour if you're in the mood for something sweet. You can dine in with a mug of hot chocolate and a few artisan treats or do like I did, and scoop up a handful of edible Melbourne souvenirs for the trip home.

Rocky road at Monsieur Truffe, Collingwood, Melbourne
Rocky road

Coconut ice at Monsieur Truffe, Collingwood, Melbourne
Coconut ice

Chocolate caramelised hazelnuts at Monsieur Truffe, Collingwood, Melbourne
Chocolate caramelised hazelnuts

These chocolate caramelised hazelnuts were addictive, as were the orangettes, French candied orange peel dipped in 70% dark chocolate and dusted in alkalised cocoa powder.

Bean to Bar single origin chocolate bars at Monsieur Truffe, Collingwood, Melbourne
Bean to Bar single origin dark chocolates


Gelateria Primavera at Spring St Grocer

Gelateria Primavera at Spring St Grocer, Melbourne
Gelato fans queuing at Gelateria Primavera

A little more walking gets to you to Spring Street Grocer. The walk-in cheese room in the basement is pretty impressive and I ended up with a hunk of raw milk Alpine cheese from Switzerland for some late night snacking.

At the entrance to the store is Gelateria Primavera, constantly crowded with customers eager for a gelato fix. There's no colourful cabinet display like Gelato Messina but there is a brown paper banner with the day's gelato flavours, a dizzying menu that might include cardamom, saffron and pistachio; avocado and goat's curd or salted caramel swirl.

Three scoop gelato tub: yoghurt with thyme honey and walnut; pistachio; and white chocolate, bergamot and blueberry at Gelateria Primavera at Spring St Grocer, Melbourne
Three scoop gelato $6.50
Yoghurt, thyme honey and walnut gelato; pistachio; and white chocolate, bergamot and blueberry

For $6.50 you can have two or three different flavours jammed into a cup or cone. I had the yoghurt, thyme honey and walnut gelato (tantalisingly aromatic), pistachio (rich and nutty) and white chocolate, bergamot and blueberry (fruity and creamy but not overly sweet).

The gelato lives up to its reputation. There's a lushness to each mouthful, its super smooth and creamy texture worth savouring slowly.

Scooping gelato at Gelateria Primavera at Spring St Grocer, Melbourne
Scooping gelato from the covered metal tubs


Snapshots of Melbourne 

Graffiti mural dedicated to Adriano in Fitzroy, Melbourne
Mural dedicated to Adriano in Fitzroy

Melbourne is a haven of alleyways and street art. They add such a welcome burst of vibrancy that I couldn't help but try and capture.

Graffiti mural in Fitzroy, Melbourne
Fitzroy

Graffiti murals and sneakers on power lines in Fitzroy, Melbourne
Murals and sneakers on power lines in Fitzroy

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle and pizza graffiti mural in Fitzroy, Melbourne
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle and pizza in Fitzroy

Graffiti mural in laneway off Little Bourke Street in Melbourne
Colour coordinated garbage bins and graffiti mural in a laneway off Little Bourke Street

FAD Gallery Art and Food mural on Little Bourke Street in Melbourne
FAD Gallery Art and Food mural

Busker in Flinders Lane, Melbourne
Busker in Flinders Lane against graffiti backdrop

Padlocks of love on Southbank bridge, Melbourne
Padlocks of love on Southbank bridge


Ferdydurke

Ferdydurke in Tattersalls Lane, Melbourne
Ferdydurke in Tattersalls Lane

I managed to meet up with Melbourne food bloggers Sarah and Adrian for a quick drink on the Friday night. We climbed the stairs up to Ferdydurke, one of the city's hip small bars.

Fresh Prince of Bel Air's Carlton on tap at Ferdydurke, Melbourne
Carlton! On tap! Best tap beer sign EVER

My heart was won when I saw the Carlton beer tap sign... Carlton from Fresh Prince of Bel Air!

Making a Lolita cocktail at Ferdydurke, Melbourne
Making a Lolita $12
Aperol, peach and lemon topped with Ferdy Fizz

They have a compact but tasty cocktail list. The place was pumping with office workers by 6pm.

Sloe gin sour and Lolita cocktails at Ferdydurke, Melbourne
Sloe gin sour and Lolita cocktails


Queen Victoria Market

Polish Deli at Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne
Polish deli at Queen Vic Market

You can't visit Melbourne without squeezing in a visit to Queen Victoria Market either. It's a huge sprawling space filled with stalls selling everything from fresh fruit and produce and deli meats to clothes and toys.

Italian white anchovies at Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne
Mountain of Italian white anchovies

Fresh pine mushrooms at Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne
Pine mushrooms

Australian grown garlic at Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne
Australian grown garlic

King Island quartz garlic at Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne
King Island quartz garlic

Red pak choi at Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne
Red pak choi

Chocolates by Koko Black at Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne
Chocolates at Koko Black

Dark chocolate with salted caramel ganache by Koko Black at Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne
Dark chocolate with salted caramel ganache

Walnut milk chocolates by Koko Black at Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne
Walnut milk chocolate



Hoy Pinoy Filipino barbecue and street food stall at Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne
Hoy Pinoy Filipino barbecue and street food stall at Queen Vic Markets

My nose led me to Hoy Pinoy, a Filipino barbecue and street food stall that drew me closer with its trails of charcoal smoke.

Chicken skewers on charcoal at Hoy Pinoy, Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne
Chicken skewers cooking over charcoal

It's simple fare here: skewers of chicken, stuffed baby squid, prawns and baby octopus cooked over glowing coals of charcoal.

Barbecued baby octopus at Hoy Pinoy, Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne
Barbecued baby octopus

Stuffed baby squid on the barbecue at Hoy Pinoy, Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne
Stuffed baby squid on the barbecue

Fanning the charcoal barbecue of chicken skewers at Hoy Pinoy, Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne
Fanning the barbecue old-skool style with a torn bit of cardboard

Inihaw na manok barbecue chicken skewers at Hoy Pinoy, Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne
Inihaw na manok barbecue chicken skewers $6 each

Inihaw na manok barbecue chicken skewers served in banana leaves at Hoy Pinoy, Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne
Serving up the chicken skewers in banana leaves $10 for 2

Inihaw na pusit barbecued stuffed squid at Hoy Pinoy, Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne
Inihaw na pusit barbecued stuffed squid $8 each

The chicken skewers were the most popular item here but I went with the inihaw na pusit or barbecued stuffed squid. It's stuffed with finely diced tomato and onion and cooked on a skewer over charcoal.

It's basted with a sweet soy sauce dressing, a perfect pairing with the super tender squid that has a smoky caramelised char from the grill.

Inihaw na pusit barbecued stuffed squid at Hoy Pinoy, Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne
Inihaw na pusit barbecued stuffed squid 


American Doughnut Kitchen

American Doughnut Kitchen van at Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne
American Doughnut Kitchen van at Queen Vic Markets

You knew this was coming, didn't you? The American Doughnut Kitchen is a Queen Vic Market institution, serving up doughnuts to the masses since 1950. They pump out doughnuts non-stop here. On the Sunday when I visited the queue constantly numbered a dozen or more people.

Rolling out doughnut dough at American Doughnut Kitchen van at Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne
Rolling out the dough with a giant rolling pin

They manage to squeeze at least four staff into the van, all of whom are working constantly to keep up with demand. It's mesmerising just watching the entire doughnut production process from start to finish.

Doughnuts ready for proofing at American Doughnut Kitchen, Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne
Doughnuts ready for proofing

Doughnuts ready for the fryer at American Doughnut Kitchen, Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne
Doughnuts waiting for the fryer

Doughnuts loaded onto the deep-fryer tray at American Doughnut Kitchen, Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne
Doughnuts loaded onto the deep-fryer tray

Flipping doughnuts in the fryer at American Doughnut Kitchen, Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne
Flipping doughnuts in the fryer

Injecting raspberry jam into fresh cooked doughnuts at American Doughnut Kitchen, Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne
Piping hot doughnuts being injected with raspberry jam

Doughnut oozing raspberry jam at American Doughnut Kitchen, Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne
Jam doughnut - why you so sexy?!

Doughnut queue at American Doughnut Kitchen, Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne
Waiting for doughnuts

Super efficient production means the queue moves quickly. Within two minutes I've got a paper bag filled with piping hot sugar-crusted raspberry-filled donuts.

Hot fresh raspberry jam doughnuts at American Doughnut Kitchen, Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne
Hot fresh raspberry jam doughnuts $1.10 each

I'll confess that I'm not usually a jam doughnut person. The jam to doughnut ratio is usually way off, but here they're much smaller which gives a more even spread of raspberry jam with every bite.

There a few things better in this world than a fresh hot doughnut. There's a pillowy springiness to the dough and a generous splodge of raspberry jam in the middle. The coating of sugar on the outside will end up all over your lips but you wouldn't want it any other way, right?

Raspberry jam inside the doughnut from American Doughnut Kitchen, Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne
Hot, fluffy, jammy and crusted with sugar. Perfect. 

Grab Your Fork travelled to Melbourne as a guest of Tourism Victoria for the Melbourne Food & Wine Festival 2014. All locations in this post were independently visited and personally paid for. 



American Doughnut Kitchen
Queen Victoria Market at the top of the I shed, Queen Street
Tel: +61 (0)432 763 741

Opening hours:
Tuesday and Thursday 6am - 2pm
Friday 5am - 4pm
Saturday 5am - 3pm
Sunday 6am - 4pm
Closed Mondays and Wednesdays
American Doughnut Kitchen on Urbanspoon
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Ferdydurke
31 Tattersalls Lane (corner of Lonsdale Street), Melbourne
Tel: +61 (03) 9639 3750

Open daily 12pm - 1am
Ferdydurke on Urbanspoon
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Gelateria Primavera at Spring Street Grocer
157 Spring Street, Melbourne
Tel: +61 (03) 9639 0335

Opening hours:
Monday to Friday 7am - 12 midnight
Saturday and Sunday 9am - 12 midnight
Gelateria Primavera on Urbanspoon
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Hoy Pinoy Filipino BBQ and Streetfood
Check their Facebook page for market and pop-up locations
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Jimmy Grants
113 Saint David Street, Fitzroy, Melbourne
Open daily 11am - 10pm

Also open at
Rue & Co Outlet, 90 Collins Street, Melbourne
Emporium, 287 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne
Jimmy Grants on Urbanspoon
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Monsieur Truffe
90 Smith Street, Collingwood, Melbourne
Tel: +61 (03) 9416 3101

Opening hours:
Monday to Friday 8am - 4pm
Saturday 8.30am - 5pm
Sunday 9.30am - 5pm

Also open at 351 Lyon Street, East Brunswick, Melbourne
Monsieur Truffe on Urbanspoon
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Queen Victoria Market
Corner of Elizabeth and Victoria Streets, Melbourne
(enter from Elizabeth Street, Victoria Street, Peel Street or Therry Streets)
Tel: +61 (03) 9320 5822

Opening hours:
Tuesday and Thursday 6am - 2pm
Friday 6am - 5pm
Saturday 6m - 3pm
Sunday 9am - 4pm
Closed Mondays and Wednesdays
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Rockwell and Sons
288 Smith Street, Collingwood, Melbourne
Tel: +61 (03) 8415 0700

Opening hours:
Lunch Friday 12pm - 3pm | Sunday 12pm - 4pm
Dinner Wednesday to Sunday 6pm - 10pm (till 11pm Friday and Saturday)
Closed Mondays and Tuesdays
Rockwell and Sons on Urbanspoon
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The Town Mouse
312 Drummond Street, Carlton, Melbourne
Tel: +61 (03) 9347 3312

Opening hours:
Lunch Friday to Sunday from 12pm
Dinner Wednesday to Sunday from 5.30pm
Closed Mondays and Tuesdays
The Town Mouse on Urbanspoon


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posted by Helen (Grab Your Fork) on 7/10/2014 03:04:00 am


25 Comments:

  • At 7/10/2014 7:32 am, Blogger Sarah said…

    Aww yay! I got mentioned in one of your posts! Hehe. Was so lovely to meet you!

    You really managed to visit so many good Melbourne venues! And I can't believe you WALKED everywhere! Amazing! :) :) :)

     
  • At 7/10/2014 8:25 am, Anonymous john | heneedsfood said…

    Melbourne sure does put it on for great food choices. And you didn't scrimp either.

     
  • At 7/10/2014 9:02 am, Blogger Emanuela Caorsi said…

    I want to go to Melbourne NOW!!! All the places you have ben to look WOW! I love your pics, the description of every single thing you ate...I love your web site! It is awesome!!! Thank you Helen!!!
    Have a lovely day!
    Bacini!!!

     
  • At 7/10/2014 9:04 am, Blogger Cassie | Journey From Within said…

    HOLY GUACAMOLE!
    that buttermilk biscuit sounds so damn good!!
    and jam doughnuts, yes please!! :D

     
  • At 7/10/2014 9:40 am, Blogger Jacq said…

    I'm not a jam doughnut person either, but when they're fresh out of the fryer and dusted in sugar crystals, I can't say no! I feel like booking a trip to Melbourne just to get that fried chicken, biscuits and gravy!

     
  • At 7/10/2014 9:52 am, Anonymous chocolatesuze said…

    rockwell and sons is the best!! and oh man i miss that donut van (and my half pound chocolate eclair from walkers heh)

     
  • At 7/10/2014 4:50 pm, Anonymous Olivia @ mademoiselleinsydney said…

    Wow! Such a nice trip! I've been to Melbourne twice and didn't achieve as much. The pics you took are beautiful. I love the one with the padlocks of love :) reminds me of a time when I lock mine on the famous parisian bridge. There were nearly no padlocks back then as it wasn't a famous spot yet! :) The caramelized hazelnut chocolates look very tempting!

     
  • At 7/10/2014 5:22 pm, Anonymous Berny @ I Only Eat Desserts said…

    I bow down to your epic stomach capacity! Beautiful photos that's making me hungry just going through this post

     
  • At 7/10/2014 7:12 pm, Anonymous angela@mykikicake said…

    Love a Melbourne food trip...there are always great places to try out. I'm a big fan of the Victoria St Markets, and the doughnuts are so yum!!

     
  • At 7/10/2014 10:20 pm, OpenID nessyeater said…

    I guess I need to visit Melbourne again thanks to your post. Woah! There's so many places to visit with so little time...:P

     
  • At 7/10/2014 11:16 pm, Anonymous Gourmet Getaways said…

    Great to see Filipino street food here! I'm curious to have a taste of the squid in skewers :)

    Julie
    Gourmet Getaways

     
  • At 7/10/2014 11:50 pm, Blogger CQUEK said…

    gorgeous shots! i love to be there and enjoy all the good food . are you using a mirrorless camera?

     
  • At 7/11/2014 1:11 am, Blogger Sherrie @ Crystal Noir said…

    How's the biscuit, gravy and fried chicken compare to Hartsyard's rendition? :P

     
  • At 7/11/2014 3:51 am, Anonymous Padaek said…

    Another amazing post Helen and delicious photos! That biscuit, gravy, fried chicken and poached egg combo at Rockwell & Sons looks incredible! The chicken looks really juicy and succulent.

    The Town Mouse is one of the cutest names I've heard. :) Their venison tartare looks delicious! Great eye with the matching blue bin and mural. I love Melbourne for all its sometimes hidden street art.

    Hoy Pinoy Filipino's grills look so tasty! Oh, how reading your posts makes me hungry. :)

     
  • At 7/11/2014 8:31 am, Anonymous ChopinandMysaucepan said…

    Dear Helen,

    $50/kg for King Island garlic? That's more expensive than their awesome beef!!

     
  • At 7/11/2014 12:14 pm, Blogger Annie said…

    omg want to go back to Melbourne so badly especially after this post. that fried chicken at Rockwell and Sons looks so gooood right now

     
  • At 7/11/2014 6:17 pm, Anonymous Michael @ I'm Still Hungry said…

    Looks like another great trip to Melbourne :)

    The Town Mouse featured on Masterchef just the other day - would love to have tried the pear sorbet nest dessert.

    Not sure if it was just me, but the souvlaki at Jimmy Grants was for some reason, just not particularly appealing to me. It was quite dry, with the potatoes sucking up what little moisture was left. Better in Greece, as they say.

     
  • At 7/12/2014 9:39 am, Anonymous Alice said…

    Hi Hrlen! Your epic post has me craving a decadent breakfast now, followed by some musings & wandering a with art filled streets. Gotta love Melbourne!

     
  • At 7/12/2014 11:16 pm, Anonymous Chris @ MAB vs Food said…

    The fried chicken, gravy and biscuits sound amazing! Worth flying down to Melbourne for

     
  • At 7/13/2014 6:38 pm, Blogger Helen (Grab Your Fork) said…

    Hi Sarah - Was so awesome to finally meet you in person too :) And lolol I had to work off all that fried chicken somehow!

    Hi CQUEK - The pics in this post were on my Nikon D90 :)

    Hi Sherrie - It was off the charts :) Would definitely revisit if I went to Melbourne again!

    Hi Michael - Yes I saw that episode. A happy coincidence!

    Hi Chris - Definitely :)

     
  • At 7/13/2014 7:03 pm, Anonymous Cindy (a foodie's joy) said…

    I absolutely love the pistachio gelato at the Spring Street Grocer. Yet to go but have been on my list are The Town Mouse and Rockwell & Sons! Looks like you had an absolutely ball in Melbourne! :)

     
  • At 7/14/2014 8:51 am, Blogger Maddie K said…

    Wow looks like an absolutely amazing food-filled trip you had!! So jealous, all your beautiful pics make me want to hop on the next flight to Melbourne and eat at all those wonderful places. Definitely have my eye on Gelato Primavera and the Town Mouse. Oohh and all that drool-worthy fried chicken and biscuits! Mmmm....

     
  • At 7/14/2014 8:18 pm, Anonymous Amanda@ChewTown said…

    I was all ready to post pithy comments about all your locations... then you got to the doughnuts and I forgot about everything else! They look spectacular!

     
  • At 7/15/2014 11:30 pm, Anonymous Sara | Belly Rumbles said…

    Surely you should just rename this the 'go to eat guide (on limited time span) of Melboure'? Delish sharing Helen.

     
  • At 7/21/2014 8:21 pm, Anonymous Amanda @ Gourmanda said…

    Ever since I was a little girl, a tradition in my family was always a visit to American Doughnut Kitchen whenever we were at Queen VIC market. They're absolutely stunning doughnuts. Make sure you get to Olympic Doughnuts in Footscray the next time you're down in Melbourne, they're just as good!

     

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