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The benefit of being small is to have them crispier at the sides while remaining light and fluffy, a nice sweet treat. We went with the basic option that comes with butter and a choice of sweet sauce that complements the slightly salty butter. We chose maple and strawberry jam and enjoyed both options
📍Dutch Pancake, @vicmarket (winter night market now on every wed 5-10pm till 28 August)
#cafehoppingkidsmelbourne #cafehoppingqueenv

For every Wednesday night, Queen Victoria Market would transformed into a magical night market packed with food according to the monthly theme. .
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Maybe the meat in Australia was really good. Their roasted was tender and well seasoned. Named the best pizza in town.
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To avoid long Q, go as early as 5pm, you would have the space and time to decide on what to eat.

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It’s almost customary to eat these succulent and sweet mussels every time I’m at the market. The quality of these mussels really speak for themselves. #burpple

📷 In frame: ⁣
Potato & Lamb Börek; Feta and Spinach Börek⁣

✨ I knew I had to get a börek upon being hit by wafts of fragrant pastry and the sight of passers-by delightfully sinking their teeth into the white packages of deliciousness. I sure didn't make a mistake by trusting my foodie intuition (and internet recommendations 😅). These Turkish pastries were incredibly crisp, flaky and comforting. Apart from the two pictured, a wide assortment of differently filled böreks was also available. Among the two I tried, I prefer the spinach börek for its crisper shell and addictive cheese filling. ⁣

💬 Make sure to enjoy the guys while their still warm and fresh-- they get a tad soggy when cold.

Here's your chance to try it if you're heading to Melbourne any time soon - catch their night market at Queen Victoria Market on every Wednesday till April! 7 more Wednesdays to go!

Ok la flying off liao, see you when I see you guys! Cheers!

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Saw the snaking (but fortunately, fast moving) line at this stall and almost everyone I passed by had this in their hands, so I wanted to try one for myself. I jumped to the end of the queue even though I had lunch plans, because time and tide wait for no stomach.

It was my first time trying a borek, but sadly I didn't quite enjoy this one. Very doughy, and had minimal meat filling. Well at this price, I really can't complain much. It did remind me of eating a pizza though!

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