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Surrounded by idiots who can't decide where to eat? Here's Comedian Ronny Chieng's concise guide to eating, drinking and playing in Melbourne City

Tropicana Juice Bar

213 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne

$10 - $15

The shop with all the oranges outside. I think they just opened another branch on Swanston Street and Collins Street. THE BEST juice and smoothies in Melbourne. Can't go wrong with any of their Juices or Smoothies. If you like peanut butter and calories order the off-the-menu "Monkey Nut" - discovered by Nick Cody.

Jungle Juice Bar

20 Centre Place, Melbourne

$10 - $15

Gourmet Bagels with less healthier toppings, like kransky and eggs, and bagel burgers. Try the Dirty Ron. Also has good juices and unique coffee selection, like Vietnamese coffee. It's also a good excuse to visit the famous Melbourne Degraves Street.


Manchester Press

8 Rankins Lane, Melbourne

$15 - $20

Gourmet Bagels with "healthier" toppings. Like smoked salmon and avocado.

MART 130

107A Canterbury Rd, Middle Park

$20 - $30

Quintessential Melbourne brunch location built next to tram lines and overlooking a park. Try the corn fritters and cherry pie. Technically outside of the CBD.

Gold Leaf Restaurant

Level 1, Shop 10-11, Star Circus, Ozmosis Harbour Town, Docklands

$20 - $40

Very classy Yum Cha restaurant overlooking the Melbourne Wheel.