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Updated 01/15/2014

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Chef Teage Ezard's adventurous—and often exhilarating—take on fusion pushes the boundaries between Eastern and Western flavors. Some combinations may appear unusual, like the pan-fried sesame-crusted John Dory with gnocchi, nettle, black rice paper, jerusalem artichoke, and chestnut custard, but everything works deliciously at this spot in the funky Adelphi hotel. And as with all upscale restaurants these days, there's an eight-course tasting menu (A$160 per person)

featuring mouthwatering steamed spanner crab dumplings with Yarra Valley salmon roe, chervil cress, and coconut tom kha. A three-course lunch express menu (includes glass of wine) is great value at A$55. The dessert menu by itself is a celebration of indulgence.

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Adelphi Hotel, 187 Flinders La., Melbourne, Victoria, 3000, Australia

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Restaurant Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • Closed Sun. No lunch Sat.
  • Reservations essential

Updated 01/15/2014


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By Jim

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May 3, 2006

Ummm... No

This restaurant has a lot of good press going for it, but, alas... food, service, the rest is drastically insufficient. I cannot reccomend it LESS.

By Karen

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May 13, 2005

Ezard - E-Gad!

We do a lot of fine dining and were quite shocked at the self-importance of the staff here. They refuse to provide tap water and took our wine away so we couldn't refill our glasses ourselves when we were constantly neglected. The servers looked like they had all completed mortician school. The service was so slow that we literally had to beg for the bill. Overpriced, stark, dark, and full of itself. A disappointment.

By chris

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Jul 8, 2003

exciting food, classy room, professional service........ezard is a new melbourne icon

very impressed with the whole package

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