Thursday, 19 July 2012

LUNCHING IN MELBOURNE

Melbourne is the "Foodie Capital" of Australia. When people first move here or when they visit, they are excited about the prospect of eating lunch in the city that seems to "eat out" every day. One can go broke like that of course, especially if one has a discriminating taste and a limited budget!

However, it doesn't have to be like that, of course. Melbourne's CBD is overflowing with lunch options that won't break the bank. With so much competition out there, reasonably priced meals of excellent quality in lovely surroundings are de rigueur in Melbourne.

This post is part of Lesley's Signs, Signs Thursday meme,
and also part of Pat's Things in a row meme.





11 comments:

  1. Looks like a cool area. Eat and watch people!

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  2. These all look like wonderful places to eat, Nick! Love your captures as always and I love seeing all the different people enjoying their meal/company/time away from the office -- whatever, it looks like great fun!!

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  3. A delightful trip with you through the "eating district" - now I am hungry myself!

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  4. Okay, now I'm very hungry! Looks like a very nice place to relax, eat and people watch!

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  5. So very wonderful mean to look at society. What a great environment. Please have a good Friday.

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  6. I would love to visit there - everything looks so wonderful.

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  7. Inviting place to visit.
    I have a simple question, Nick. I see so many terrace seats. Is it common?

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  8. So many choices. Nice photos.

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  9. These are such cosy little walkways and dining areas! Always thought they have such romantic charm and intimacy!

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  10. Great rows! I would like to eat there! Lovely!

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  11. I love eating out of doors. But only in pleasant weather :)

    Thanks you for playing and I apologize for my late visit. I am moving and it is taking a lot of my time.

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