Chef Paul Turner (Two Wrongs, Donovans, Church Street Enoteca, Cutler & Co, Steer) has found a new home at Windsor's latest late night kitchen and bar, Lover. It's quite a drastic change for the building, which previously housed the light and bright Uncommon cafe. Will Turner, one of the cafe's co-owners, has completely transformed it into a place that's dark, cosy and full of character to service the other end of the day....

Christy Tania has opened up an ice cream shop. Within Glacé, her yellow submarine-themed dessert bar, you'll find refreshing sorbets, delicious ice creams, and of course, ice cream desserts. A wide variety of ice cream flavours are on offer, from vanilla, pistachio and lemon, to butterscotch, matcha and red bean. Ice cream can be taken home in reusable and recyclable tubs. ...

Amok is the pride and joy of chef and owner Woody Chet, originally from Cambodia. After stints at places including Tonka and Coda, Woody decided to branch out on his own and introduce more of his native cuisine to Melbourne. Amok is a traditional dish of coconut milk-based curried fish, steamed in a banana leaf cup. You can definitely try it here, but there’s also much more than that....