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It’s promising…

It’s promising…

I’m not sure whether calling Wild Timor Coffee a social enterprise venture would be completely accurate but the imperatives of social justice are certainly behind its establishment. There is a lot of information already available about this café but to recap its four owners were former Royal Australian Regiment peacekeepers who, while stationed there in … Continue reading

For old times sake – Half Moon Cafe

For old times sake – Half Moon Cafe

A pending move to Canberra for a short secondment opportunity saw us doing the rounds of some of our favourite local restaurants. First stop on our temporary ‘last hurrah’ to Coburg’s eating establishments was Half Moon Café, a local institution for falafels. Surprisingly, or maybe not, I’ve never reviewed Half Moon Café. Perhaps because the regularity of … Continue reading

Moreland dining scene update – July

Well, it’s been aeons since the last post but hey, what can I say? Life gets in the way. A couple of our favourite places have closed down over the past month or so. The first of these is Fine and Dandy on Melville Road in West Brunswick. It was a pioneer on this strip, … Continue reading

Moreland dining scene update

Moreland dining scene update

The past few months have seen a number of openings and closings around Moreland, with two of my favourites disappearing from the local dining scene. Sometime in the middle of the year, my favourite Lebanese pastry shop, El Fayha, shut up shop. It was one of the long-standing Lebanese pastry shops on the Sydney Road … Continue reading