Coffee and Cake?
Wondering where to eat in the Albert Park, Middle Park, Port Melbourne, or South Melbourne?
Here Are At Least Three Free Foodie Resources You Should Know:
- Empty Fridge: Check out restaurant reviews (like Hot Honey Cafe’s!) in your local area. Find somewhere nearby to wine and dine, grab a coffee or taste Melbourne’s best breakfast. The photos and detailed commentary make it easy to research your favourite breakfast cafe before you walk out the door.
- Hospo Hype: Do a little video watching before you swing by for a snack…
- Grid Maps: a handy little pocket-sized map of your surrounding neighbourhoods. Grid Maps for Middle Park doesn’t just give you a detailed street map of the area, it lists favourite “food, drink and entertainment” venues. And if you’re staying for longer than a meal or a drink in Middle Park, you can also discover “objects, art and specialty stores” in Grid Maps, as well as “Beauty and Lifestyle” venues.
Pick up your Grid Map for South Melbourne, Albert Park, Middle Park and Port Melbourne at Hot Honey Cafe – hurry, they are going fast!
P.S. Of course you already know about Urban Spoon?
Whether or not you celebrate Christmas–the Eve of summer picnic season is here, Melbourne!
What will you need to enjoy summer time?
- Pack a Christmas Hamper stacked with your favourite Gorgeous Goodies. Order your hamper filled with Hot Honey’s take-away products by phone to make a quick and wonderful gift.
- Love an easy appetiser guaranteed to amaze your guests? Dab Hot Honey’s Dukkah into a soft, fresh loaf of bread, or spread our Dukkah on meat and vegetables for instant incredible BBQ seasoning!
- Taste sunshine and herbs in fresh, local olive oil. (Did you know Gorgeous Goodies’ Olive Oil is hand-picked and harvested by the Hot Honey Crew in Landsborough?)
Ps. Don’t forget to order your Christmas Cake — and Gluten Free Christmas cake!
For years you’ve been devouring Christmas Cakes–especially ones made with Hot Honey’s Christmas Cake recipe!
A coffee, and a Christmas cake, please!
Just like last year, Hot Honey will sell out of our very popular Christmas Cakes recipe – which means you need to pre-order your Christmas cake now! Hurry, because we won’t be making these cakes for forever! And since Hot Honey Cafe only makes so many christmas cakes each year, you don’t want to miss out.
Do you have a Gluten-Free Food Friend? Hot Honey also makes Gluten Free Christmas Cakes. Full of fruit, and a bit of grog, Hot Honey Christmas Cakes are the perfect gift idea for that special person who grew up on the joy of homemade Christmas Cake.
P.S. Don’t forget, Hot Honey’s Special Christmas Cake Recipe is served in a reusable tin, because caring about the environment and giving you extra value is important to us t0o!
Here is your chance to have a bit of fun and send a bit of money to a worthy cause! Now that Tom (a.k.a. “the Irish One”) finished running 42 Km in the 2010 St. George Melbourne Marathon last Sunday, we’re going to have a bit of fun with his achievement –and donate more money to Medecins Sans Frontieres. And Bonus, there’s a $50 HOT HONEY VOUCHER in it for you, who might be the lucky winner!
Can you guess Tom’s 42 Km Time?
3 Steps to win $50 towards the Best Breakfast in Melbourne and other Gorgeous Goodies
1). Come into Hot Honey before October 20th, 2010.
2). Guess Tom’s Time, Donate $3 and fill in your details at the Hot Honey cash register.
3). Enter as many times as you want — the first person to guess Tom’s Marathon time correctly will be the Lucky Winner of the $50 FREE Hot Honey voucher. We’ll contact you –and announce your win — in October’s Get Honey Cafe e-newsletter.
The Cheap Eats Guide (Melbourne) hadn’t yet discovered Hot Honey in Middle Park.
Hot Honey is one of The Cheap Eats Best.
But in 2010, The Age’s famous Melbourne guide made it to Hot Honey on Armstrong Street. And for all of The Cheap Eats Guide criteria — they sure liked Hot Honey Cafe’s food and service.
Hot Honey received the top score of 3 stars in The Age’s 2010 Cheap Eats Guide!
To read our review and discover other amazing, affordable, delicious cafes in Melbourne, pick up your copy of the 2010 Cheap Eats Guide online, or at Hot Honey in April 2010.
Hot Honey Chef in France
More on Hot Honey’s Love of Food
The Food and Wine Festival is suddenly over as quickly as it began! Did you read Hot Honey Cafe’s review of the Hawkers’ Market at Victoria Market?
Here are the other Food and Wine Festival events in Melbourne we attended:
- Roof top BBQ at the Prince of Wales-Circe
- Roman Block Party at Guillame’s (Crown).
But we already know what we think about food — Hot Honey Cafe wants to know what our customers think about Food events. So please leave a comment if you went to a Melbourne Food and Wine Festival event.
Tell us, what “foodie” delights did you discover at the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival in 2010?
2010 Melbourne Food and Wine Festival
Hot Honey staff tasted their way through “Melbourne’s top 30 hawkers’ dishes out on the street” Tuesday night in the Queen Victoria Market. Hot Honey showed its veteran spirit and foodie enthusiasm, arriving half an hour early to set up our table for friends.
Attending Heat Beads Hawkers’ Market is a tradition for Hot Honey. Afterall, we’re a cafe as much in love with eating food as we are with serving food!
While Heat Beads sponsored Hawkers’ Market, beads of heat poured off us with Tuesday night’s temperatures still at 30 degrees Celsius at 7 p.m. Plus, chilli dish after chilli dish was devoured, and Dainty Sichuan’s peppery sichuan pork, chicken and prawn platter was too aesthetically temptingly to resist.
We’ll be going to lots more events at the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival. Are you?