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On this summer Sunday afternoon we decided to have lunch in an open air area. With the ongoing Covid situation, it felt safer for us to eat in open air areas. We chose a slightly different journey to reach this place to eat. Indeed, there are many ways to get to this place, but we chose to cross the Yarra River by ferry to make it a little memorable. Arriving at Grazeland, it turns out that there are also many people who intended to have lunch here. There are various kinds of food there with some halal and some not, with halal options including food from Africa, from Lebanon, from Turkey and Indonesia. Unfortunately we couldn’t try everything that is halal there because it would be too much to eat it. We loved the atmosphere and it’s really a family and friends hanging out kind of place. So if you want to go out to eat with kids this place is perfect.

Left/kiri: lamb shish plate; right/kanan: vegetarian gozleme

Hari minggu siang di musim panas ini kami memutuskan untuk makan siang didaerah yg terbuka. Disamping keadaan Covid yang belum berakhir dengan peraturan pemerintah yang ketat, rasanya lebih baik kita makan didaerah terbuka. Kami memilih jalan yang sedikit unik untuk mencapai tempat makan ini . Memang banyak cara untuk menuju tempat ini, kita memilih jalan menyebrangi Yarra River dengan ferry supaya sedikit berkesan. Sampai di Grazeland ternyata banyak juga orang-orang yang berniat makan siang disini. Bermacam ragam makanan yang ada disana, sebagian ada yang halal ada juga yang tidak. Banyak pilihan, mulai dari makanan dari Afrika, dari Libanon, dari Turkey dan Indonesia . Malangnya kita tidak bisa membeli semua yang halal disitu karena akan bingung untuk memakannya. Yang kami senang suasananya benar-benar suasana makan siang keluarga. Jadi kalau anda ingin keluar makan dengan anak-anak tempat ini cocok sekali.

Left/kiri: side of Lebanese rice; right/kanan: wings from the African BBQ stall

Grazeland weekend open air dining precinct (some vendors are licensed so diner discretion advised), $4 entry per person, 20 Booker Street Spotswood Victoria

Friday 5pm – 10pm

Saturday 12 midday – 10pm

Sunday 12 midday – 9pm

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