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Tag: Food and wine
Treats from Home
A select range of British food and beverages, such as Irn Bru, sherbet lemons and Walkers Crisps.
Lupicia Fresh Tea
Japanese tea company offering over 400 varieties of high quality tea in both bag and loose form.
Queen Vic Market Ultimate Foodie Tour
A fascinating guided walking tour of the city's iconic market.
An extensive range of freshly prepared herbs and spices, including unique specialty blends.
Retailer selling Japanese and Korean cosmetics, drinks, snacks and homewares.
Quists is a Melbourne institution with a reputation for roasting premium quality coffee.
Offers a wide range of local and imported beer, wine and spirits.
Baking fresh four times daily, Coppe Pan has your gourmet sandwich craving covered.
The Land of Soy & Honey
Store in the Queen Victoria Market selling honey and soy products.
Ferguson Plarre Bakehouse
In Errol Street, North Melbourne, this bakery sells pastries, cakes, savory pies and more.
The Bottle-O Liquorologist
Your local, independent bottle shop, stocking a range of beer, wine, spirits and more.
World Food Championships
An expo offering three days of food competitions, plus food and drink treats to sample.
The range is enormous at T2's Little Collins Street branch, inviting an exploration of flavour.
From fine wine and craft beer to discount liquor, Melbourne's bottle shops cater to everyone.
Chai tasting room and retail, focussed on local small makers and local businesses.
How to visit France in Melbourne
Find Melbourne's best French wine, cheese, croissants and more.
The Chocolate Box - Port Melbourne
Australian-owned gourmet chocolate store offering chocolate, confectionery, gift boxes and hampers.
Melbourne Cup Day Cruise
Cruise to Flemington in the most enjoyable way on Melbourne Cup Day.