My Melbourne Feast ~> Grossi Florentino Restaurant

The Grossi Family has a long history in their contribution of Italian cuisine in Australia. Guy Grossi, current head chef/owner of Grossi Florentino has continued to WOW diners with his love and passion for Italian cuisine. 2 hatted Chef, Guy is a funny man with a great sense of humor but when it comes to food, it’s no joke at all.  He has been awarded by the president of Italy for his service of Italian food outside of Australia, with such great critiques and reviews, I decided to dine @ Grossi Florentino for my next Melbourne Feast ~>

I was living in the city during my stay in Melbourne and in my opinion, Melbourne city is a city filled with loads of  food! Indian food, Japanese food, Chinese food and many more. Name it and they will have it. Grossi Florentino is one of the restaurants that stand out among the other restaurants, with a huge GROSSI ‘sign’ outside the restaurant, its hard to miss. The restaurant was at level 2. Up the stairs, I was greeted and seated by. I picked the Degustazione (Degustation) Menu and My Melbourne Feast began.

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My Melbourne Feast ~> Jacques Reymond Restaurant

Melbourne’s the capital of food in Australia. Being here, I can’t get my head off one of Melbourne’s top restaurants, Jacques Reymond Restaurant. Located in Prahran, in a quite residential area, not quite where you’ll expect a Restaurant to be. The kitchen led by Head chef Jacques Reymond has continued to achieve three chef hats for what feels like a hundred years. The restaurant is also listed under Relais and Chateaux as one of the world’s top prestigious restaurants.

I came here for lunch and was greeted by the amazingly professional waiter. I was seated in the main dining room, the restaurant is classic but had a great ambience.

Fresh sourdough bun and house butter

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