Perhaps one of my favorite things about dinner in Melbourne is its departure from all the cultural clichés people typically associate with eating out. It’s a melting pot of different flavors and experiences that don’t really follow a rule book. From family-run restaurants handed down from generation to generation, to humble cafes and speakeasies scattered around the city, Serai is the latest addition to the city’s vast gastronomic portfolio. Tucked away in an alley just off Little Bourke Street, its exterior is modest. Guarded […]
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