Prix Fixe

The 60-seater restaurant launched in February 2014, with a menu inspired by William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream. Later menus were based on themes including The NutcrackerThe Lion, the Witch and the WardrobeLa Dolce Vita; an ode to autumn; Sibley's signature dishes (which included her much-loved Snickers dessert); and the French Revolution ("Let them eat cake").  Alice in Wonderland, will be the last. 

Prix Fixe was named one of 2014's best new restaurant's by The Age restaurant reviewer Gemima Cody, and was recognised for Fiona Lynch's interior design work with a nomination at last year's Eat Drink Design awards. 

Son in Law

Son in law takes it's name from a famous Thai street food favourite, a dish with a humorous back-story. It’s said that if a mother in law feels her son in law is being less than kind to her daughter, she’ll cook and serve these deep fried eggs as a clear message: be nice because your family jewels are on the line! Perhaps tongue-in-cheek, nonetheless it’s a warning in the form of a delicious but fiery dish. 


At Henrietta's Chicken Shop, a summer pop-up upstairs at Queenscliff's Esplanade Hotel, they have rotisseries rolling on the balcony... The menu includes rolls stuffed with spice-rubbed organic chicken or salt and pepper calamari, crinkle-cut chips, salads, wraps and sides, as well as their take on the dixie cup... sensational!



Steak and frittes, great wine, beautiful people... what more do you need in life?

Restauranteur Jason M Jones has done it again.

Loving this Parisian styled steakhouse based in South Melbourne.... fresh shucked sydney rock oysters, delicate beetroot cured salmon, succulent Hopkins River pasture fed beef, finished of with a cheeky tarte citrone.... 

This is why we live in Melbourne.