Our Favourite Melbourne Food Blogs

Stay up to date with these Melbourne food blogs.
Content creator for hospitality & tourism. I spent a decade exploring Melbourne, and operated a walking tour company.
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Stay up to date with the best blogs about drinking and dining in Melbourne.

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Consider the Sauce

Kenny Weir is a veteran of the Melbourne food scene. Kenny and his son, Bennie, catalogue mainly restaurants found in the west; from Williamstown to Sunshine to Moonee Ponds and Flemington. Having spent over 17 years as a journalist – as well as a long stint as a radio presenter, Kenny’s reviews are honest and engaging. These guys explore the venues that so often get overlooked.

Visit ‘Consider the Sauce.’

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They Call Me Maggie

Scientist by day, restaurant explorer by night (and weekends,) Maggie provides engaging accounts of her culinary adventures. Not only is her writing enjoyable, she takes beautiful photos as well.

Visit ‘They Call Me Maggie.’

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Gastrology

A blog dedicated to Australian food & travel. These guys have recently taken out an AGFG recommend blogger award, and it’s more than well deserved. They provide very thorough reviews of Melbourne (and beyond’s) fine dining experiences.

Visit ‘Gastrology.’

The World Loves Melbourne

David and his team cover everything that makes Melbourne amazing, from restaurants, cafes, bars and events. All of their articles include high quality photos and they have so much content there’s bound to be something of interest.

Visit ‘The World Loves Melbourne.’

ParmaDaze

Lee and the team know parmas, and they know them well. Having tested over 250 different parmas, they know exactly what makes a great bird. Every week they visit a new venue, and regardless of the final score it’s always a rewarding read.

Visit ‘ParmaDaze.’

About the author:

Taylor B

Taylor B

Taylor was born and raised in Tasmania. He moved to Melbourne to study Film & television, and went on to start a marketing agency for hospitality. Whilst in Melbourne he also founded a walking tour company. He has a love for rock 'n' roll bars & New York-style pizza. In 2020 he was amongst the top 1% of Frank Sinatra listeners on Spotify.
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