Our Valentine's Day Food Tour with @melbfoodieee
BRUNCH: AU79, CHADSTONE
Ok, this might just be one of the most luxe brunch stops in the city.
AU79 was actually born from a humble garage in Abbotsford. Now, this premier cafe is coated head to toe in marble and gold and their menu is just as divine.
Our recommendation? Go for brunch and order a fresh juice, the chilli scrambled egg croissant, Morton Bay Bug linguini, and the calamari. Don’t forget to finish off with dessert! Their selection of sweet treats are not to be missed.
COFFEE: SWEET CLAN PATISSERIE, DONCASTER
Coffee is serious business in Melbourne, but we’d argue that baked goods are just as important (particularly for Valentine’s Day!).
Sweet Clan is the cutest French patisserie nestled in Doncaster. These goodies aren’t just your average cupcakes. No, here you’ll find intricately designed mouthfuls of heaven that taste even better than they look.
If you’re in a hurry, grab a box to go and treat your loved one (or yourself) to the cutest desserts to grace Melbourne.
DINNER: SCARPETTA, ALBERT PARK
There’s literally no going wrong when it comes to Italian cuisine, but Scarpetta makes the whole experience even better.
This cosy home-style Italian restaurant has the ideal atmosphere for a romantic date night. We recommend the ultra-cheesy bruschetta, the spaghetti marinara, and all the desserts you can fit in!
Scarpetta is located right next to Port Melbourne, so don't forget a romantic evening stroll to finish off the tour while you work through your food coma