Taketori offers fusion Japanese cuisine. In addition to the extensive a la carte menu, there’s a sushi bar at the front and a downstairs tatami section where patrons sit on cushions on the floor a la Japanese style.
225 King St, Melbourne
Sit with Zen monk Seikan and practice the core of ZEN meditation. This is a weekly event every Tuesday and chairs are provided at the venue, or you can bring your own zafu (meditation cushion) or stool.
RMIT, Bldg 11, Lvl 1, Cnr Russell and Victoria streets
0408 058 914
As part of Federation Square’s health and well being program, tone and strengthen your core muscles while belly dancing with Trisnasari.
The Atrium, Federation Square
Second and fourth Thursday of each month,
12.30pm – 1.00pm
Pho 24 is a quick service restaurant that offers a fast and healthy twist on the old classic Vietnamese pho meal. The open kitchen allows customers to observe the menu being prepared in front of them, including rice paper rolls, spring rolls, banh mi and pho meals.
656 Little Bourke St, Melbourne
Duck out for a quick manicure. Indulge in the hottest trend for neon’s, pairing them with nudes! Mon – Wed: 9:30 am – 6:00 pm; Thu – Fri: 9:30 am – 8:00 pm; Sat: 9:30 am – 6:00 pm; Sun: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
207 Elizabeth St, Melbourne
La Di Da
La Di Da is a modern public house that is open for lunch and dinner. Featuring both indoor and outdoor spaces, the venue can cater to a variety of functions.
577 Little Bourke St, Melbourne