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....

Located in the heart of Windsor, Mr Mister Cafe appears dark when first entering, but there are actually plenty of seats bathed in natural light. An indoors section towards the back benefits from a skylight, and it transitions into a heated and covered outdoors space. Coffee, sweets, breakfast items and sandwiches to-go are popular with the Chapel St early morning and lunchtime crowd....

OneThirtyTwo is a relatively new cafe, taking over the space that used to be Mileto's. The owners want to keep the food simple and honest, without too much fanciness. An impressive array of baked goods are on display next to the to-go cabinet, and even more impressively, they're all homemade. ...

Sustainable pizza. Who would’ve thought? You may not know that greasy, sauce-slicked, cheesy pizza boxes aren’t usually recyclable. I certainly didn’t. Small Print Pizza is turning that around by using greaseproof paper at the bottom of their takeaway boxes to keep the cardboard clean. This eco-friendly pizza joint is the product of Phil Gijsbers​ (Hard Pressed Coffee and From On High), Adam Chapman and Neil Mills (From On High)....