A neighbourhood pub, more than 150 years old, by the team behind The Royston.
A quaint little Thai restaurant on the edge of Abbotsford.
Abbotsford's premier Japanese soul food cafe.
One of Melbourne’s most authentic Thai eateries.
A friendly Thai island on bustling Victoria Street.
A not-for-profit restaurant where you pay what you think the meal was worth.
Abbotsford's first serious cafe, and still one of its best.
Indigenous plants alongside art, coffee and jaffles.
The perfect balance between bike shop and cafe: lycra isn’t mandatory and everything costs less than $12.50.
A simple cafe tucked into the wings of the Abbotsford Convent.
An artisan bakery cafe at the Abbotsford Convent.
A relaxed cafe in the middle of a paddock.
One of the friendliest, most relaxed bars in town.
A quirky bar in the backstreets of Abbotsford.
This Abbotsford bar, eatery and coffee takeaway window is a Johnston Street cure-all.
One of the few pubs in Melbourne with a true heritage fit-out.
A cosy bar and eating house in the heart of Little Saigon.
There’s nothing cheap or DIY about this refined record store.
Forget whatever you think about pre-loved furniture stores – this one is different.
Catch two jewellery makers in action, then order a custom piece.
Safe, generic homewares have no place in this striking showroom.
Sophisticated womenswear that’s made to last.
Forward-thinking house and techno records from a veteran of the scene.
The eclectic furniture exhibition is back, and this year there’s a big focus on gender equality.
Abbotsford's cafes are as spacious and leafy as the suburb they're housed in. The coffee and food at each is also excellent.
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