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Cauliflower at Nahiba

Tucked away behind Moonee Pond’s bustling Puckle Street is a long, thin cafe which it’s easy to almost walk straight past.  But it would be a shame if you did because Nabiha brings a refreshingly different approach to standard cafe fare. Nabiha’s fitout is the first thing to capture your attention with a rusted metal

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Moroccan Deli-cacy

The plate of the day at Moroccan deli-cacy

My well documented Ottlolenghi obsession has led to a love of Middle Eastern food and ingredients. Now there’s a place to satisfy both cravings at once with the opening of the Moroccan Deli-cacy in Brunswick. Just opened by Hanna Asarari, the owner of the legendary and long standing Moroccan Soup Bar in North Fitzroy, Morroccan

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Cheap eats at Tahina

Red shakshuka at Tahina

I do love some Middle Eastern food.  After all I’m officially Ottolenghi obsessed and my perfect breakfast is a serve of Shakshuka. So Tahina’s opening in Northcote is kind of a big deal for me. Tahina serves up Israeli street food created by Tel Aviv born chef Roy Sassonkin. This is no fine dining establishment.

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Things that make you go mmmm: The Moor’s Head

An "inauthentic" pizza at The Moor's Head

I’ve just ticked off a major achievement as a new parent – out for dinner with the baby.  Even though she’s only seven weeks old my baby girl has already frequented lots of cafes for breakfast, lunch and coffees but I’m determined to get her used to hanging out in restaurants as well.  Of course

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