Where you go, Migo…

Posted by on Aug 6, 2011 in Cafe, CBD, Dining, Melbourne, Vegetarian | 2 comments

Where you go, Migo…

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He he he – it’s so sad when my own blog titles make me laugh. Especially when I am sure no one else will.

Allow me introduce you to Migo’s a tiny hole in the wall Italian eatery located on Flinders Lane. I have walked past this place a dozen times and never really thought to look in, just another foccacia place amongst many or so I thought. While Migo’s does offer a great pide range what keeps drawing people into to the tiny space to huddle around the few compact tables is the pasta.


They serve giant (GIANT) bowls of spaghetti, fettucini, risotto etc. And everything tastes as though it were made in Italy. My companions were determined the pasta was freshly rolled my Nona, it’s not, but sure tastes that way.

20110807-085812.jpg (vegetarian pasta)

The table ordered the Seafood 2 die 4 (three serves – in fact this is, according to my companions, the reason for coming here) a spaghetti and meatballs, a pide and I as always was after the Vegetarian options. While they don’t list a vegetarian option on their board written only menu they are more than happy to whip something up.


The bowls were piled high with generous amounts of pasta and ingredients. Mine was a combination of leaks, artichokes, mushrooms and assorted veg. The seafood pasta was half the ocean and the meatballs were meant to be delicious.

20110807-090127.jpg(seafood 2 die 4)

I can easily see why this place is packed and with such reasonable prices imagine it will continue to be a popular lunch time drop in.

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  1. Oh, thank you for posting this – I’m always wanting to know where the good little Italian places are in the city. I’ll have to remember this one!

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