We were invited along to the Robert Gordon kitchen for brunch, behind the scenes tour, and to paint our own plate and mug.
2019 is just around the corner and we’ve decided again this year to avoid contending with the NYE crowds in the Melbourne CBD and host our own NYE house party with family and close friends instead. It’s been a real hit over the last couple of years, with plenty to eat and drink.
We were invited into Ryne to experience their French-inspired seasonal lunch. Greeted by the warm and friendly staff we were sat by the window. The interior of the building is lovely and open, with a high roof and exposed beams, and the originally painted advertising still visible on the brick wall.