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  • The owners of Journeyman have travelled north to Hawthorn East, setting up Light Years on Camberwell Road. Light Years is only a few weeks old, and trade is booming on an early Sunday morning despite the terrible weather, probably thanks to a shout-o...

  • Imbue caused quite a stir when it opened in Maribyrnong in October last year. In a suburb not known for its culinary prowess, there was suddenly now a place for fine dining.It's a warm and cosy place, seating only 48, or up to 60 for functions. Their...

  • Rice Paper Sister, the sophisticated sibling of Rice Paper Scissors, is only two weeks old but is already leaving quite the impression. Like Rice Paper Scissors, Rice Paper Sister is based around shared dishes but the food is a bit less street-style....

  • Igni is an unassuming performer. It’s all too easy to walk right past the nondescript entrance without realising what’s inside. The restaurant is small, pared back, and relatively casual for fine dining. It seats about 30, and diners are treated to t...

  • Faraday’s Cage has been a very popular cafe destination since it opened two years ago, operating out of a converted warehouse that used to be Adelphia recording studio. Owner John Petrou went from hobbyist baker to cafe-owner, and still bakes the caf...

  • Back in 2012, Machi opened bravely within close proximity to Mr Wolf and Newmarket Hotel on Inkerman Street, but has stood the test of time, proving to be a popular dining destination for fine Japanese dining. Machi is now under the care of head chef...