• A super-ambitious new restaurant plans to change its entire cuisine every four months. And the chef is only 22. Watch this space.

• Breakfast pasta is finally a thing, thanks to Brunswick’s new Sicilian cafe, Small Axe.

• Leonard House of Love chef Nick Stanton misses putting food on plates. He’s opening Ramblr on Chapel Street in November.

• Calling it – vodka-pineapple pizza is the new Hawaiian. Decide for yourself at Primo, which just opened opposite Westgarth Cinema in Northcote.

• Melbourne’s finally getting permanent food-truck precincts, with five truck stops opening across the city.

• Two ex-Rockpool somms are opening a bar and cellar opposite Proud Mary in Collingwood.

• Amaru, Lume, Nora and IDES come together this weekend, serving an all-desert menu over four deliciously weird courses.

• Meanwhile, there’s another six-course veg-deg coming up at Saigon Sally.

Gingerboy’s doing a $98 brunch. Worth it?

Pei Modern is closed until November for a spot of light renos.