Fine diners, Italian restaurants, burger joints. They're all here.
Where to find coffee and food south of the river.
From elevated pub food to handmade pasta, here’s where to catch dinner on Clarendon Street and beyond.
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A bold, contemporary diner dedicated to cooking with fire and smoke, from the owner-chef of Estelle and Saint Crispin.
Sink into a tan leather booth for elevated European fare from a former Vue de Monde and Matilda chef, and botanical-inspired cocktails by 2018’s World Class Bartender of the Year. But this elegant diner isn’t sticking around forever.
No-bookings pizzeria with late night slices in front, a dark and moody cocktail bar out back.
Intimate and communal, like a real Italian restaurant should be.
Ambitious young owner-chef Charlie Carrington changes the cuisine every four months.
A solid trad-French concept where steak and fries are the stars.
An ex-Tulum chef serving contemporary Turkish food.
This is about as French as a brasserie can be.
From the restaurateur behind Sarti and Il.
Experience a variety of (mostly French) tastes and textures at Bistro Gitan, the Reymond family restaurant.
A day-to-night eatery with a refined, European feel.
An authentic Italian stalwart on Chapel Street.
Affordable, sexy pizza.
A slick, Vietnamese-inspired cafe and bar in the Royal Botanic Gardens by Shannon Bennett.
Neon signage and dissolving fairy-floss Martinis. Instagram, here we come.
How much steak can you handle?
Breakfast, lunch, dinner, dine-in, takeaway. This little Japanese bolthole does it all.
A low-key destination for regional Italian food.
A haven for Melbournian chilli lovers.
With an ex-Circa and Mr Wolf chef slinging the same hearty pho, banh mi and salads found at the original Balaclava venue.
Ever tried lobster- and caviar-laced gnocchi? You can here.
A favourite pizza joint among the South Yarra locals.
A classy but casual restaurant from the Melbourne catering group, Tommy Collins.
Sourdough, spelt, multigrain, and soy and linseed are among the bready delights at this respected outfit.
Restaurant, cafe, bar and bottle shop all in one.
Where fine dining meets a dive bar meets a lounge and it somehow works.
Purebred Angus beef on brioche buns.
Hawker-style Vietnamese food delivered with tongue firmly in cheek.
Australian and Mediterranean influences are combined with flair at the Olsen Hotel's in-house restaurant.
A traditional pasta bar with proper elbow-to-elbow ambience.