A Fussy Eater's Guide to Brunch

There’s no need to shy away from a fabulous meal just because your heart doesn’t beat in time with the pro-avocado movement, or your mind isn’t occupied with the perfect poached egg.


Queen Chow

An evening seated around the Lazy Susan at Queen Chow in the summer sun is soon to become an experience that all Manly locals will cherish. 

Burnt Ends

With such a remarkable reputation preceding it, a seat at Burnt Ends continues to be one of the hottest tickets in town. This award-winning barbecue restaurant has been impressing global gastronomes since 2012, grilling, smoking, charring and roasting superior ingredients across a custom-built four-tonne, dual cavity oven and three elevation grills.

A Tiny Place

A Tiny Place in Hobart’s Battery Point is nothing short of idyllic. With its old-fashioned white shutters, striking blue exterior and windowsills adorned with flowers, this colonial cottage will not only send you back in time, but on an internationally inspired culinary journey.


Thanks to the recent addition of Caddie to the collection of restaurants that line the footpaths of Swan Street, the Richmond thoroughfare looks like it will soon be challenging Flinders Lane as one of Melbourne’s hottest foodie destination.