Looking for fine dining in Melbourne? Here is a list of some of the best Melbourne restaurants, where you can dine and wine in style.
Ezard is considered to be the number one restaurant in Melbourne by some food critics. Cuisine is Australian free-style with Chinese and Thai influences. It is located in Flinders Lane and known as much for its exclusive, intimate environment and sleek, elegant atmosphere as it is for its food.
The Italian in Collins Street, is considered the premiere Italian restaurant in Melbourne. It features very versatile dining space with a bar, café, restaurant, and outdoor courtyard. Scusami, in Southbank ave, Bottega, in Bourke st, as well as Va Tutto in Ivanhoe, and Café Italia in Carlton, are also award-winning Italian eateries in Melbourne.
The Interlude, in the famous Brunswick Street, Fitzroy, is noted for its unconventional twist on French cuisine. British chef Robin Wickens is currently recognized as being one of Australia's most promising young chefs, displaying an incredible ingenuity with his dishes.
Sails on the Bay, on the foreshore in Elwood, is completely surrounded in glass windows facing the Bay. This Melbourne restaurant boasts the most stunning. Naturally, their specialty is seafood with an Australian touch.
Three, One, Two, named after the number in Drummond Street, Carlton, is a European restaurant that constantly changes the menu to reflect the produce that is currently in season. They have received rave reviews over the years and are now opening up yet another restaurant in the city.
The Point, at Albert Park Lake, is stylish and modern, offering up Australia's finest beef. It has classic Australian cuisine with a European flair. However, beef is clearly their showcase. They have also received awards for their outstanding seafood.
The Press Club, in Flinders Street, is a Greek restaurant with amazing food and outstanding service. One of the great places to go dining in Melbourne. Chef George Calombaris is always on hand to greet patrons and answer questions. He is well known all around Melbourne for being inventive and an incredible cook.
The art-deco inspired Radii, in Parliament Square, is a modern European restaurant. The interior is designed over 5 cascading levels. You can enjoy your meal to the sound of smooth jazz or dine in their Tuscan Gardens, which overlook St. Patrick's Cathedral.Verge, is a very modern restaurant that specializes in Japanese cuisine. They have a tasting menu that allows you to select 5 different dishes to try. The architectural structure is just as unique as its food. It is located in Flinders Lane, just on the edge of Melbourne's Parliament and Treasury Gardens.
The Apartment, in Little Bourke Street, is a very unique establishment that has the philosophy that a restaurant should be an extension of someone's living room. Therefore, they feature a library, lounge, balcony, and terrace all as eating areas. They are primarily a restaurant by day and a club by night. The food served is largely Italian.
Gingerboy, in Crossley Street, is one of the many Southeast Asian Melbourne restaurants and bar. Its image is being hot, spicy, and inviting. The feel of the restaurant is inspired by hawkers and street vendors, and theres always something new to sample.
These are all special restaurants to go dining in Melbourne.
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