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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)
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For every Wednesday night, Queen Victoria Market would transformed into a magical night market packed with food according to the monthly theme. .
Maybe the meat in Australia was really good. Their roasted was tender and well seasoned. Named the best pizza in town.
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

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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!