Gazi Soft Shell Crab Souva Taste of MelbGazi’s infamous Soft Shell Crab Souva’s


It might have been bucketing with rain but that didn’t deter us from heading down to one of Melbourne’s most exciting food events (note the poncho’s). A few souvlaki’s, pigs ears, banh mi and Paul Louis Champagne’s later…here are some of our favourite dishes and sights from this year’s Taste of Melbourne Festival. Enjoy and see you next year!


Taste of Melbourne Betel NutUncle – Spicy Steak Tartare Betel Leaf with shiso and crispy wakame


Taste of Melbourne Paul Louis BarThe Paul Louis Bar


Taste of Melb someone ate the signDid someone eat the Taste signage?


Taste of Melbourne PonchosPonchos have never looked better


Vittoria Cafe Coffee Cart Taste of Melbourne
The DiMattina Coffee cart


WP_20141115_18_50_04_ProSake Restaurant – Flinders Island Wallaby soy ginger braised shank in buns with miso


WP_20141115_19_17_41_ProUncle – Crispy Pigs Ear Banh Mi with pickles and peanuts


Mo vidaMovida – Pinchitos Morunos – Flinders Island lamb marinated in Moorish spices and cooked over charcoal


mo vida charcoal skewers


HuxtableHuxtable – Crisp Marianvale Blue Murray Cod and Green Mango Salad


MoVida Cuttlefish Taste of MelbourneMovida – Chocos con Garbanzo cuttlefish and chorizo braise with saffron, paprika and chickpeas


Mr Claws Crab Roll Taste of Melbourne
Mr Claws – Lobster in a soft roll with miso wasabi
Our favourite dish at the festival, Uncle’s black wild rice with nuts, grains, chilli and crumbed hen’s egg


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