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melbourne grapevine

SMALL, chef-owned businesses are still popping up around Melbourne, a hard slog but often the wish of many a chef to drive their own dream. And, there are the chefs who keep going from strength-to-strength, opening new dining rooms and building their own restaurant empires.

Chef has opened his first Melbourne restaurant, , in Fitzroy. Ito, who for the last 11 years ran the award-winning Adelaide restaurant, Kenji Modern Japanese, opened the doors to Wa Kenbo

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