Bhang is actually a form of edible marijuana commonly found in India, but you won’t find any of it here. Instead you’ll elicit pleasure from the food and drink. The menu at Bhang is filled with Indian street food, charcoal grilled meats, and vegan and vegetarian dishes. North Indian curries are one of the most well-known here, but there’s much more to Indian cuisine that that. ...

Adam Pruckner, a Brunswick local and ex-Code black chef, has struck out on his own to open up his own place. Small Axe is co-owned with Jas Singh, and partner Kirstyn Tate. Previously a furniture store, there’s now an espresso bar, a courtyard on the side, and an open-air dining room towards the back. It’s homely inside the long and narrow building, much bigger than expected. Coffee is by Code Black of course....

Burger places seem to be popping up all over Melbourne, and our love for them is evidenced by a constant stream of burger images on our Instagrams, whether they're from cafes, restaurants or dedicated burger joints. It's getting more difficult for new places to differentiate themselves from the crowd. A love for food, cocktails and design inspired Lorance and Mark Darwish to start up Little Oscar in a up-and-coming part of Lygon Street. Their point of difference? Korean-American fusion. Head chef William Riman has previous experience working in...

A1 Bakery is a very popular, yet unassuming Lebanese bakery/grocery store. It's positioned in a rather convenient Sydney Road location with plenty of tables inside and outdoors, even having a fish tank to keep children amused. I ordered a meat pizza and baklava to take away. Lamb mince with lemon and chilli was spread all over the crunchy pizza base, making for a tasty and rather filling lunch. The baklava was crispy but not overpoweringly sweet and didn't bleed syrup every time I took a bite - one of...