More than just great Vietnamese.
Our favourite spots for breakfast, coffee and cheerful vibes between Victoria Street and the Yarra.
Looking for the perfect pre-game pub? Or just a quiet spot for a glass of wine? We've got both, and plenty more.
When it comes to pubs, this is one of the best areas in town.
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Pizza, disco, parmas, prosecco. It's all in an Italian pub-within-a-pub.
Northern Italian fare in a dimly lit osteria.
Colourful walls, colourful food. That's the proposition at this loosely South American eatery with a strong vegetarian slant.
The team behind Toji Sake delivers hibachi-grilled yakitori skewers, Wagyu with beef-fat butter, and crunchy tofu-skin duck gyoza alongside sake Margaritas and cold Japanese beer.
The food at this Japanese diner is far from traditional, but it's authentically simple.
Fusion doesn't have to be a dirty word. Not at this modern Vietnamese restaurant with an Australian influence, anyway.
A neighbourhood local for wine, a feed, or a spot in the “sunroom”.
Grass-fed Angus beef and a top-secret marinade, served on brioche.
A near-iconic, cheap, bustling Chinese BBQ and seafood restaurant.
It’s the biggest and boldest of all the Hanoi Hannah venues.
A not-strictly traditional Korean dining experience that's fun and fresh.
Greek food made by a Greek guy.
The sister restaurant to Chin Chin and Kong is all about pizza.
A local Richmond favourite.
Whether or not you buy into the contentious theme, this colourful Thai eatery is a heap of fun.
An authentic slice of Neapolitan pizza in Richmond.
An izakaya with a sake focus.
Twelve-hour marinated meat and complimentary kimchi for all.
One of the best bowls of pho in town.
If it ain't broke, don’t fix it. That’s the thinking at this 50-year-old steakhouse.
Modern Greek food by a former Masterchef contestant.
A pub decked out like a movie set.
Sushi unbound by tradition.
A Richmond institution with classic pub food and a large open beer garden.
This all-day spot serves contemporary Asian-Australian cuisine in a sleek Richmond setting.
Szechuan fried chicken and frosty Japanese brews in an izakaya-like space.
Known for two Vietnamese specialties: sizzling pancake and steamed rice paper rolls filled with minced pork and wood-ear mushrooms.
Fonda takes a relaxed approach to Mexican street food.
All-day dining room with an expansive menu.
Basic Roman-style pizza done well.
Sushi at a supremely exquisite level.
Polished South East Asian cuisine on Swan Street, Richmond.