Melbourne Restaurants

Melbourne has fabulous food, and is known in some circles as Australia's food capital. The restaurants themselves are often exceptionally stylish and elegant—or totally edgy and funky in their own individual way. Some are even deliberately grungy. The dining scene is a vast array of cuisines and experiences that's constantly evolving. The swankiest (and most expensive) restaurants all have five- to eight-course degustation menus (with the opportunity to wine-match each course), but newer restaurants are opting for tapas-style or grazing plates. Flexibility is the new word in dining—restaurants are often also funky bars and vice versa.

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  • 1. Abla's

    $$ | Carlton | Lebanese

    Matriarch Abla Amad has been re-creating the much loved family recipes from her homeland of Lebanon since 1979. This intimate restaurant resembles...Read More

  • 2. Hanabishi

    $$$ | City Center | Japanese

    Touted as the city's best Japanese restaurant, Hanabishi sits in slightly seedy King Street, an area known for its bars, club venues, and...Read More

  • 3. Wayside Inn

    $$$ | South Melbourne | Steakhouse

    Another addition to the city's gastropubs, this fully renovated historic building is a pleasant walk from bustling Southbank. The menu concentrates...Read More

  • 4. The Town Hall Hotel

    $$ | Fitzroy | Italian

    Considered one of the city's best gastropubs, the husband and wife team of Michelle and Harry Lilai offer a refined taste of Italy within a...Read More

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