To satiate Melburnian’s love for food, a foodie paradise has opened out west.
Grazeland, Melbourne’s newest foodie playground, was meant to open last year. But as they say, good things come to those who wait. (Featured image: grazeland.melbourne)
Having opened just the other weekend, the 10,000 square-metre permanent food venue hosts more than 50 food and drink vendors serving up a whole range of delicious treats, snacks and feeds from around the world.
Grazeland will open every weekend of the year. That’s every Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Included among the line-up of vendors is pretty much every continent on Earth.
Tasty Suya African BBQ will be representing Africa with their meats cooked over a coal pit while El Gaucho will show how the Argentinians do it; Asia will see the likes of Bao Down & Katsu King, Calcutta Club, Pondok Nasi Bakar and Lucky Little Dumplings do their thing; Europe will weigh heavily on Italy’s expertise but will be backed up by paella and Pierogi Pierogi; and Anatolia Gozleme will showcase the best of their region.
Australia gets a shout with oysters from Claw & Tail, fish n chips from Hooked and Ink-redible Calamari—seems we love our seafood.
If you’re worried about sweet treats, don’t—there are plenty. And for those looking for a drink, there are also three bars—two of which will be next to a stage because this is Melbourne and we love our live music and entertainment.
To see who else has set up shop at Grazeland, head to their website here.
Grazeland is located a short walk from Spotswood train station and right beside Scienceworks.