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  • It's a busy night at Mr Humble. A function is enjoying the semi-private rear area by the colourful peacock mural, and others are enjoying a drink by the front bar, where the windows have been pulled aside, creating large open frontage for patrons to enjoy the weather. A single row of tables runs alo...

  • You don't see bak kut teh in restaurants very often here, but Sugarbun has been happily pumping out claypots of the pork-based herbal soup for the last three years. Twins Francesca and Fiorn Lee are still the owners of its reincarnation, Aunty Franklee, which features fresh wallpaper and a new menu....

  • Two Birds One Stone generated plenty of buzz when it first opened, as it came the team who started up ever-busy Three Bags Full and also Liar Liar in Hawthorn. It's been four years, but Two Birds One Stone is still as popular as ever. The square-shaped cafe is neatly broken up into two sections: the...

  • Melbourne's favourite central food market is home to an array of multi-cultural cuisines, and El Rincon brings Spanish to the table. It's part of the Queen Vic Market food court, but you won't find bain maries here. Dishes are cooked to order, many according to family recipes, such as their grandmot...

  • In a small, blink-and-you'll-miss-it store, Miss Siam is recreating authentic Thai cuisine, focusing on food that you might find in the streets and markets of Thailand. Thai sago dumplings are a standout. Purple sago flour is filled with a spicy and warm filling of sweet runip and crushed peanuts. T...

  • There aren't quite as many well-known cafes in Kew East compared to nearby Balwyn, but thankfully there are still some that exist. Fat Penguin Cafe is one of these. It's set up in what was once a house, and is larger than it appears from the outside. An outdoors courtyard is popular when the weather...

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