Eat at some of Melbourne’s best restaurants for just $1! Only during Yume hour and only via the Yume App.
Our inaugural Yume Hour event is happening on Saturday, 5th of March and we couldn’t be more excited. From 3-4pm for one hour only, Melbourne’s restaurant and café community will come together to show their support for Yume and the #waragainstwaste by posting exclusive $1 dishes on The Yume App.
Dishes available during Yume Hour will be constructed using surplus ingredients (think Guy Grossi’s cassata gelato made using candied orange peel or Saint Crispin’s ‘Top to Bottom Salad’ of beetroot tops and bottoms, shaved carrot ends, roasted walnuts and celery juice).
So how do you take part in Yume Hour and get your hands on these exclusive dishes?
Simply download Yume on either the App Store or Google Play and make sure you open the app at 3pm on the 5th of March! Dishes are limited and it’s a case of first in best dressed so make sure you get in quick and reserve your offers. To reserve a Yume Hour dish simply purchase it via the app and collect it at the relevant venue before 4pm!
We’re in the process of working with our Yume Hour chefs to confirm what they will be serving on the day so make sure you check back here regularly as we continue to update the below list.
$1 dishes up for grabs during Yume Hour:
Bomba: 103 Londsdale Street, Melbourne
Jamon croquettes made using jamon offcuts
Botherambo: 65 Swan Street, Richmond
Lime and coriander root sorbet
Grossi Florentino: 80 Bourke Street, Melbourne
Cassata gelato made with surplus candied orange peel
Pastuso: 19 ACDC Lane, melbourne
Pastel Choclo: ‘Hearty’ Peruvian Shepherd’s Pie filled with slow cooked, smoked pork neck and alpaca heart, topped with sweet corn and potato off-cut puree
Peruvian Pudin: Bread crusts soaked in milk, currants and creme caramel topped with grated apple peel.
Pope Joan, 75-79 Nicholson Street, Brunswick East
Soft-serve smoked milk ice-cream with freeze dried raspberries
Saint Crispin, 300 Smith Street, Collingwood
Salad of beetroot tops and bottoms, shaved carrot ends, roasted walnuts, celery juice
San Telmo, 14 Meyers Place, Melbourne
Sage and beef meatball, tomato sugo, polenta pecorino fries
Lamb, prosciutto and broccoli empanada.
Agathe Patisserie, South Melbourne Market, Aisle B
Puddings and custard hearts made with pastry offcuts
Melbourne Farmers Market at The River Graze (Melbourne Food and Wine Festival River Graze. Southbank Promenade, opposite the Cider Orchard)
Goulburn Valley peach slices donated by SPC, Timboon Vanilla Ice Cream churned from Schulz Organic Cream, Bennies Berries raspberry crush, Rose Creek Estate Sparkling Zibibo Jelly with Caramel Meringue Crunch
400 Gradi, 99 Lygon Street, East Brunswick
Fig and mascarpone gelato
All Day Donuts, 12 Edward Street, Brunswick
Little cups of donut holes
Lamaro’s, 273-279 Cecil St, South Melbourne
Crispy Greenvale Farm Pig Ears with carrot top romesco
The Botanical, 169 Domain Road, South Yarra
Chickpea and spiced sweet potato fritter with coriander yoghurt
Half Moon, 120 Church Street, Brighton
Burnt potato broth with steak tartare
Skinny Dog, 155 High Street, Kew
Crispy potato skin, smoked paprika and rosemary salt with romesco sauce
Robbie Burns, 376 Smith Street, Collingwood
Rockling Fritters with Rosmesco Sauce
Mr Tulk: State Library Of Australia, 328 Swanston St, Melbourne
Beef empanadas made with ethically raised, grass-fed beef
Hawthorn Common: 302 Burwood Rd, Hawthorn
Potato skin crisps with parsley stalk mayo
Green Park Dining: 815 Nicholson St, Carlton North
Goats cheese croquette
Spud Bar Windsor: 147 Chapel Street, Windsor
Chickpea, pumpkin and lentil dahl spud