I first ate here with the sailor a few months ago, in search of a good Melbourne style breakfast. Due to the small shop exteriors down Chapel Steet,
I’ve eaten Pizza in Italy, I’ve also eaten it in London, Spain, Queensland, Thailand, Prague, Sydney, Germany…you name it, I’ve probably munched on a spicy Diavola there.
As a complete and utter foodie haven, it should come as no surprise that around every corner of Melbourne you can find delicious and nutritious food.
Cool, down-to-earth and upbeat. The Shadowboxer bar and kitchen really hits all of the right notes and has set high standards for South Yarra locals.
Sydney may have a beautiful harbour and lovely beaches, but lacked the liveability factor. On the other hand, Melbourne left me wanting more. The city is branded as being the food, culture, park and education capital of Australia for a good reason. Overall, life is less hectic, budgets stretch further and it offers a better standard of living.