Pizza d’Asporto is coming to Yarraville.
A full-on fit-out is in progress.
This lovely old brick building has been the location of several unsuccessful businesses in recent years, most recently – in the space to be inhabited by Pizza d’Asporto – by a frozen yogurt joint.
But I reckon this new venture will rock, especially given the big, inviting raised patio area.
Cafe Fidama is no more.
After being bought by the crew from Seddon Japanese gem Ajitoya a few months back, the new owners have decided it’s time to move on.
A fit-out is under way that will see the premises become what is described on the Ajitoya FB page as “Japanese Bar Dining”.
More details as they come to hand but expect a launch in about a month with a spring/summer menu.
The Anderson Street venue that was home for many years to the boutique Marita’s is becoming Yarraville’s first dedicated kebab shop.
OK, this is at the fast-food end of the spectrum, but we reckon it’s welcome news nevertheless – rounding out the village’s eating options in the same way the arrival of two very good Vietnamese restaurants has done.
I understand those behind the new business have Greek roots.
Meanwhile, we can now officially stop speculating about what kind of cafe and/or eatery is eventually going to move into the ground-floor premises of the St George Theatre apartment complex.
That space is now home to a pilates outfit.