If you’re like me, you’ve probably walked past the building hundreds of time and haven’t paid it any attention. When I heard the newest cafe from the team behind Top Paddock and Kettle Black was opening in a converted power station right near Southern Cross Station, I just couldn’t picture where it could be. Sometimes
My day job is on Flinders Lane and to most people who are into food that sounds like a pretty good location. But sadly the Private Media offices are not at the cool end of Flinders Lane, instead we are down the King street end aka culinary wasteland. Last year that changed with the opening
George Calombaris is a clever man. He’s jumped on board the move to more casual dining by reinventing Press Club (I wasn’t a fan) as the fun and fiesty Gazi serving up Greek food street style. The menu has simple dips and breads and souvas with chips in them just like you get in Greece. Plus
Working on Flinders Lane should mean a heap of different lunch choices. Unfortunately I work at the end of Flinders Lane near the Docklands which hardly has any decent restaurants and cafes. The one saviour has been Threefold and now I have a new lunch option thanks to the opening of The Grain Store.