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. A1 Bakery

    $ | Brunswick

    For the freshest rounds of Lebanese bread, go to the source of the best khobz (bread) in the city: A1 Bakery has been running the...Read More

  • 2. Lune Croissanterie

    $ | Fitzroy

    Locals and tourists alike can be found queueing outside Lune each morning for the city's most beloved pastries including what some say are the world's...Read More

  • 3. ShanDong MaMa Mini

    $ | City Center

    At one of a series of hole-in-the-wall diners in busy Centre Place, pull up a stool and load your little table with stewed pork-belly buns,...Read More

  • 4. Babka

    $ | Fitzroy

    Food lovers in the know are often found loitering at this tiny, bustling café. Try the excellent pastries, fresh-baked breads, or more substantial offerings like...Read More

  • 5. Big Esso by Mabu Mabu

    $$ | City Center

    This all-day bar and kitchen brings Indigenous food and culture to the center of the city. First Nations chef Nornie Bero draws on her upbringing...Read More

  • 6. Krimper

    $ | City Center

    Designed to showcase the building's warehouse origins, Krimper's design is rough-hewn but warm. Hidden away among former motorcycle repair shops and a burgeoning dining laneway,...Read More

  • 7. Monarch Cakes

    $ | St. Kilda

    Past the yoga rooms and juice bars, Acland Street's timeless drawcard is its old-school cake shops, and Monarch has been doling out its creamy glories...Read More

  • 8. MoVida Next Door

    $ | City Center

    As the name suggests, this popular Spanish tapas restaurant is next door to something—in this case the grown-up parent restaurant called MoVida. This is the...Read More

  • 9. Pellegrini's Espresso Bar

    $ | City Center

    With one of Melbourne's first espresso machines installed here in 1954, it was the beginning the city's love affair with both Italian coffee and Pellegrini's....Read More

  • 10. The Little Mule Cafe

    $ | City Center

    Melburnians love to head out for breakfast, and Little Mule is one of many popular laneway cafés satisfying the hunger. Excellent coffee is teamed with...Read More

  • 11. The Stables of Como

    $ | South Yarra

    There's a Gallic devil-may-care attitude to brunch in these former stables, with Bloody Marys and Mumm champagne listed beside the granola and eggs on sourdough....Read More

  • 12. Wayside Inn

    $$$ | South Melbourne

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

  • 13. Dr Jekyll

    $ | St. Kilda

    Primarily a place for breakfast and brunch, Dr Jekyll serves variations on the breakfast classics. From chai-spiced, five-grain porridge to its own Jekyll eggs, served...Read More

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