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An invitation: eat drink, be merry

Food, wine and good times: that’s what’s on offer in this year’s Eat Drink Westside program. Celebrating quality food and drink, the 10-day festa (March...

A school rich in flavours

The flavours of the world were showcased at Alamanda K-9 College last week when the school’s grade 3 pupils hosted their very own food...

Kenny Weir took a left turn one Friday … and found heaven at Searz...

Some of our hottest meals are deeply rooted in the most whimsical decisions … so it is tonight. Turn left at the end of the...

Kenny Weir finds a Punjabi culinary mix made in heaven at Sada Bahaar

When Sadia Kiyani arrived here from Pakistani Punjab about four years ago, she soon realised she would need a driver’s licence. Her driving instructor, Ravinder...

Kenny Weir finds there’s room for one more cafe, Dumbo Melbourne

Like Lot 10 Eatery, Dumbo is a new arrival in the WeFo neighbourhood. They join West 48, Pod@PID, Brother Nancy and Jellybread. This is some fairly...

Consider the Sauce: Surprises at Ethnic India in Hoppers Crossing

Ethnic India is located on the Golden Mile at Hoppers Crossing, in one of the light industrial-commercial precincts that are offshoots of it. When Bennie...

Golden Chef’s Hat award for Tarneit’s tasty talents

Masterchef … eat your heart out. Tarneit’s Gerard Ivander went hat-to-hat with some of Melbourne’s best up and coming cooks to win bronze in...

An ocean of hot shops at Pacific Werribee

This is your behind-the-scenes look at the final stage of Pacific Werribee’s $400 million redevelopment. Pacific Werribee centre manager Jonathan Codman took Star Weekly on a...

Support farmers, secure food supply

  More investment is needed in water infrastructure to support farmers at Werribee South if food supplies are to be secured for a growing population,...

Events set to rejuvenate Werribee’s CBD

Works are under way to breathe life into Werribee’s central business district. Wifi hotspots will take Station Place and Wedge Street Piazza global, while three-phase...

Fig & Walnut: A little gem by the tracks in Seddon

Consider The Sauce has long admired the twin rows of old shops on either side of the tracks near Seddon station, on Bellairs Avenue...

Kenny Weir discovers real “fish and chips” at Caroline Springs

Consider The Sauce loves the new school of flash fish and chip places. But what do we want from them? We want a nice, bright, clean...

Discover a cosy new Japanese eatery in the west

Shinmai Tasty is a new Japanese eatery at Edgewater, its fit-out done in time-honoured Japanese style. It is cosy, welcoming and feels comfortably lived in,...

Now we’re all cooking at Pacific Werribee

Werribee youngsters can now expect an international culinary experience every night of the week thanks to the Festival of the Foodies. Gourmands flocked to Pacific...

Werribee cafe receives timely boost

Werribee has bragging rights to the best coffee in the west. Black Seed Cafe, on Watton Street, has been ranked as number one cafe in...

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First aid for four-legged friends

Victorian pet owners, such as those in Wyndham, are being encouraged to ensure they know basic first aid skills to care for their pets...