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  • Sitting in a quieter section of Brunswick Road, Curry Smuggler aims to deliver Indian food so good it's as if they've smuggled it in. Daaku Di Tangri chicken drumsticks have lamb mince hidden inside and is marinated in tandoori spices and yoghurt. Th...

  • Shop 225 is the result of good friends Lorenzo Tron and Roberto Davoli finding themselves in a regular dilemma. It's hard to find a place where vegan and gluten-free friends can all enjoy a good meal together with those that don't have dietary restri...

  • It's been open for 3 years, and it's a wonder I haven't heard of Linger Patisserie earlier. Situated in a church, the cafe was opened as a result of the owner's passion for cakes. Apart from cakes, there's regular brunch fare available too. Their Cre...

  • A bit of creativity can go a long way, and at Basco you'll find Mexican food infused with Asian flavours. Before the tacos arrive, we dig into some Fuku Wedges - sweet potato and eggplant with two different sauces. The miso sauce goes well with the s...

  • Spinetoli opened up quietly in March on the western end of Toorak Road, where a few new openings have appeared of late. Here you'll discover dishes that are modern in style, but true to classic Italian flavours....

  • Just on the outskirts of Oakleigh Village, you’ll find Cote Terra, a cafe and coffee roaster that brings some non-Greek options to the food offerings there....