An array of chocolates and the delicious aroma of chocolate will greet you once you step inside Ratio Cocoa Roasters. Melbournians always welcomed new additions in Melbourne food scene. This time however, a new café will delight chocolate lovers and connoisseurs.
Curious about origins of chocolate? Indulge in artisanal chocolate creations and participate in a factory tour. You’ll also have a glimpse of how a chocolate bar is created – from the bean to bar.
Rain showers are the last things you would want when you have a busy day ahead. I was in Sydney for a day to get my passport and other documents. Since that was my only purpose, it was pretty much a laid-back trip. My day started with a visit to Alexandria where I had breakfast in Bread & Circus.
I’ve been trying to cut back on my sweets intake for health reasons hence their menu suited my needs.
Bread & Circus First Impressions:
Australian cafes never cease to impress me with their beautiful interiors. I love how you can enjoy the ambience and beautiful designs whilst having a wonderful meal. Bread & Circus is no exception. The cafe is in a high-ceiling industrial space, once inside you would be greeted with colourful, quirky decor that features their produce and hints of pink.
When I asked if they sell bottles of their juices, the staff told me that they make all their juice fresh so that’s another plus point for me. They emphasise on the concept of whole foods which I appreciate as it gives me an idea of how they source my food. Now, let’s go to the main part: food.
“How come there are so many cauliflowers?”- That was my first thought as I saw this rustic, little place down in Hardware Lane: Miznon.
A dreary week in Melbourne, I’ve been craving for something simple. Street food stalls are my go-to places when I feel under the weather.
I found Miznon by a random search for “street food Melbourne” in the internet. I have no knowledge of Israeli cuisine so I was excited to try Miznon’s famous pitas.