Toko Melbourne is the newest addition to the Toko Group whose other outposts include Toko Sydney and Tokonoma by Toko. Nestled in the heart of Prahran’s bustling Greville street Toko Melbourne offers diners the chance to experience the informal style of Japanese “izakaya” dining. Combined with Australia’s world renowned fresh produce and complimented by stunning contemporary design, the Toko dining experience lasts long after diners have left the restaurant. Jiawa Liu and I stayed at The Cullen Hotel while we were in Melbourne, which is only 3 minutes walking from TOKO Melbourne.
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Melbourne Day 1 with Jiawa, we visited Macha Mylkbar in St.Kilda, which is only minutes walk from famous Luna Park and St.Kilda beach. Matcha Mylkbar is a cafe with ingredients all plant based, even their coffee is made with almond milk. Make sure you go check it out.
With the booming food and hospitality industry and the amount of cafés to indulge in Melbourne, we don’t blame you if you feel overwhelmed or confused with where to dine in. Here are the best 10 Melbourne cafés chosen for their uniqueness in their style and flair whilst inhabiting their quality and taste with the menu selection they have to offer. [Related Post:Top 6 Most Elegant Melbourne Cafes ]
Melbourne is indeed synopsis with coffees and cafes as some would argue it is your one-stop destination for the best cafes in the world. With the weather being unpredictable and as cold as it is, from the craziest gushing winds to hailing rain dripping down, cafes are the go-to comforters as they endure the city and food lifestyle with delicious treats and tastes to captivate the hearts of people who visit Melbourne as well as the locals.
Yet, while food is evidently a high priority of the café culture, many are compelled to set their eyes on aesthetically beautiful décor so let’s take this moment to appreciate the most elegant cafés in Melbourne! [Related Post: Top cafes in Central Melbourne]
Afine dining experience with vibrancy and chicness to cultivate and the awe-amazing views provides classiness and elegance where the restaurant chained to the five-star luxury hotel on Collins Street really speaks for itself, staying true to its modern French luxury decor. Address: Level 35, 25 Collins Street. Melbourne [Related Post: Bonjour Sofitel Melbourne on Collins]
Elegant cafes in Melbourne’s hotspots cannot be mentioned without talking about one delightful gourmet arena. The interior at The Kettle Black by Studio You Me located in Albert Park has an enlightening and refreshing sensation. A modern studio apartment décor mixed into the cafe restaurant with mint-green chairs and tiling, modern and clean lighting, white walls and marble detailing, capturing the essence of sophistication and minimalism. (Related Post: The Most Elegant Cafes in Melbourne)
If you are International tourists or you are paying a extremely short visit to melbourne, I am sure that you have such troubles as no time digging secret hidden laneway cafes, plus lots of them are not even open for business during the weekends here in Melbourne. Just like me, when in Melbourne city central for a night, there are some amazing cafes I have to bathe into just for the sake of that Melbourne Vibe Blood in my veins.