Restaurant & Cafe Reviews

Eating out with kids can be challenging sometimes. That’s why here you can find some of the restaurants we of Mommy Reviews have been to with our little ones. Plus, some of them we have been to without them for some special occasions :). Please feel free to comment and vote on our restaurant reviews!

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Dinner by Heston Blumenthal | Melbourne

Dinner by Heston in Crown Towers is a place hard to beat, either its eating environment or the food itself. Walking into the restaurant is a mysterious experience since we felt like walking in a tunnel to nowhere as we couldn’t even find the door!

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groundskeeper cheltenham lambribs

The Groundskeeper | Cheltenham

There’s a new favorite in Cheltenham for coffee lovers, and by the name of it, its not going to be just puppy love, they’re here to stay, it’s The Groundskeeper asking for your attention!

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fentree gully Passion Fruit Cheesecake | 1000 Steps Cafe

1000 Steps Cafe | Ferntree Gully

When was the last time that you had the mood to check out the 1000 steps in mt Dandenong? And, plus, when was the last time you found out that  you had to drive to a nearby town up in the hills to get a cuppa after your hike?

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St David’s organic yoghurt, our AM PM granola, seasonal fruit

AM PM | Highett

Always get excited to explore a new spot and this time, we found a place to settle our Saturday breakfast before little Zonni’s ballet class: AM PM Cafe in Highett.

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q11 south melbourne

Q11 | South Melbourne

It’s not a bad name, Q11, which is near the South Melbourne market, sounds cute and interesting but I have to say, I won’t pay another visit to this place.

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hopscotch southbank micro brewery

Hopscotch | Southbank

Hopscotch is a new trendy micro brewery in Southbank, Melbourne. Besides brewing their own beers, they offer heaps of beers from Melbourne own famous little micro breweries.

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THE KRAKEN: floured and fried calamari, Asian slaw, coriander, spring onion and a house sweet chili sauce

Miss Mavis Cafe | Moorabbin

Heard a few friends telling me good things about this new café in Heatherton called Miss Mavis Cafe, which is situated in the middle of Heatherton/ Moorabbin industrial area on Warrigal Road.

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genoa place moorabbin baked eggs lunch

Nook Coffee & Co| Moorabbin

Nook Coffee & Co, which is nicely hidden in a corner of the suburb called Moorabbin. This little café has everything that can entertain the kids, parents and the stomachs of all.

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sacre blue rye crepes nutella-french-restaurant

Sacrebleu | Rye

Just a few minutes drive or max 15 minutes walk away from our cabin at the Kanasta Caravan Park, close to the bay, there is a little French café called Sacrebleu.

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The Tradesman Cafe | Moorabbin

I admit, I am a big  and good eater with my own kind of criticism. But there’s a place I actually struggled to finish my food, not because of the quality but quantity. And this place is called “The Tradesman Café”.

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otto lane heatherton

Otto Lane | Heatherton

Otto Lane in Heatherton is one of those hidden industrial cafes. Unfortunately, we definitely did not have a nice stop here while checking out the childcare next door.

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vapiano melbourne italian salami pizza

Vapiano | Melbourne

It’s hard to find a quiet place for lunch in the Melbourne CBD. That’s why I was happy to see that the European Italian Franchise Vapiano has spread it wings to Melbourne.

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