OVEREATING AT FAT ALBERT

Just edging off Albert Road, there is a fat looking building, in all shades of salmon. It is a strange out of the way spot, catering for the locals in the area, which means that it is not one bit pretentious, and is filled to the brim mid week with it’s neighbours working on laptops, walking their dogs or catching up with friends. It’s the type of place that feels homely and cosy, however still every bit modern and eye catching.

The menu is influenced by both Japanese and Californian cuisine, which is fresh, delicious and modern. My pick the California toast, which is a deconstructed California roll with avocado, salmon, crab and mayo, atop a piece of sourdough. The soul bowl is filled with kale, salmon and dotted with edamame beans, and the tunisian scramble is slightly spicy, a whole lot filling and the most vibrant shade of orange.

381 MONTAGUE STREET, ALBERT PARK, VIC 3206

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