Unthinkable: Lunch at Auction Rooms

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We wanted to give Ann and Tatay a taste of local Melbourne food. One of the best places we thought of was Auction Rooms. However, it was not entirely family friendly. We actually had to wait for over 40 minutes to have our table for 9 people. We decided to feed the children with their McDonald’s happy meal while waiting. It shortened everyone’s agony of waiting.

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The food was equally interesting and delicious. These are what we ended up ordering.

Corned beef

Pulled pork with salad

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Knuckle Sandwich

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Chilaquiles: Toasted Corn Tortillas, Salsa Roja, Cheese Curd, Black Beans, a Fried Egg and Sauteed Mushroom

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Capuccino

The coffee was definitely the best I’ve tasted in Melbourne. I am planning to go back there minus the children. Let’s see if I’ll get lucky.

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Old furniture and electrical shop turned into a resto. Built in 1864 (I think).

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