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David's Hotpot - Melbourne CBD
David's Hotpot - Melbourne CBD

Melbourne CBD

Chinese

5.0/6
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Maney's Dumpling
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Maney's Dumpling

Bundoora

Chinese

T R E I
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T R E I

Mount Waverley

Burgers

Pyls Cafe Bar and Restaurant
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Pyls Cafe Bar and Restaurant

Preston

Indian

Zen Japanese Restaurant
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Zen Japanese Restaurant

Hawthorn

Japanese

Geppetto’s
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Geppetto’s

Burwood

Italian

Rosa Mexicano - Williamstown
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Rosa Mexicano - Williamstown

Williamstown

Mexican

Stella Restaurant and Bar
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Stella Restaurant and Bar

South Yarra

Italian

Viet Unique
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Viet Unique

Ascot Vale

Vietnamese

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  • Best Restaurants in Melbourne

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    Restaurant Bamboo House restaurant in Melbourne CBD, Melbourne

    Bamboo House restaurant

    Melbourne CBD
    Chinese Restaurant

    $$$$

    Melbourne CBDChinese Restaurant

    $$$$

    5.5/6
    526 reviews
    5.5/6
    526 reviews
    Bamboo House restaurant
    Restaurant Cabinet Bar & Balcony in Melbourne CBD, Melbourne

    Cabinet Bar & Balcony

    Melbourne CBD
    Australian Restaurant

    $$$$

    Melbourne CBDAustralian Restaurant

    $$$$

    5.8/6
    53 reviews
    Outdoor seating
    5.8/6
    53 reviews
    Cabinet Bar & Balcony
    Outdoor seating

    Red Emperor - Southbank

    Southbank
    Chinese Restaurant

    $$$$

    SouthbankChinese Restaurant

    $$$$

    5.3/6
    144 reviews
    5.3/6
    144 reviews
    Red Emperor - Southbank

    Belgian Beer Cafe

    Southbank
    Belgian Restaurant

    $$$$

    SouthbankBelgian Restaurant

    $$$$

    5.3/6
    135 reviews
    Outdoor seating
    5.3/6
    135 reviews
    Belgian Beer Cafe
    Outdoor seating

    The Meat & Wine Co - Southbank

    Southbank
    Australian Restaurant

    $$$$

    SouthbankAustralian Restaurant

    $$$$

    5.3/6
    87 reviews
    5.3/6
    87 reviews
    The Meat & Wine Co - Southbank

    Ginza Teppanyaki

    Melbourne CBD
    Japanese Restaurant

    $$$$

    Melbourne CBDJapanese Restaurant

    $$$$

    5.2/6
    645 reviews
    5.2/6
    645 reviews
    Ginza Teppanyaki

    La Spaghettata

    Carlton
    Italian Restaurant

    $$$$

    CarltonItalian Restaurant

    $$$$

    5.3/6
    114 reviews
    5.3/6
    114 reviews
    La Spaghettata

    Ants Bistro

    Melbourne CBD
    Chinese Restaurant

    $$$$

    Melbourne CBDChinese Restaurant

    $$$$

    5.2/6
    116 reviews
    5.2/6
    116 reviews
    Ants Bistro

    Laffe by Kanzaman

    Richmond
    Lebanese Restaurant

    $$$$

    RichmondLebanese Restaurant

    $$$$

    5.4/6
    82 reviews
    5.4/6
    82 reviews
    Laffe by Kanzaman

    Chin Chin's at Koto Moon

    Carlton
    Asian Restaurant

    $$$$

    CarltonAsian Restaurant

    $$$$

    5.4/6
    69 reviews
    5.4/6
    69 reviews
    Chin Chin's at Koto Moon
    1. 1.

      A gradual revolution for all of Melbourne’s restaurants

      You may be asking yourself whether Melbourne has always been such a food city or whether this sort of hype is a relatively new thing. Truth be told, we think it’s been a very gradual revolution – heck, you could even called it evolution – that stemmed from the tangible soul of the city. By that we mean that here in Melbourne, arguably more so than anywhere else in Australia, the attitude to life is unflustered. As we said before, it’s anything goes. One of many by products of this is that rules and regulations in the context of great food and drink are, quite simply, ignored. You go to Italy and order a cappuccino in the afternoon and you’ll be gawked at like an uneducated novice. Go to France and ask for parmesan on your seafood and you’re the devil. Melbournians and thus Melbourne’s restaurants say to hell with all of that, and the result is something special – the revolution, or evolution, of a food scene that’s impossible to resist.
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      Easing yourself into the restaurants of Melbourne

      All of that may sound as though the restaurant scene in Melbourne could overwhelm a visitor or someone new to town, but the reality is quite the opposite. Whether in the suburbs or in the CBD, as you wander the vibrant streets of Melbourne, quality restaurants will be there waiting on almost every corner and it’s a breeze to book at a table at any one of them via Quandoo. You can ease yourself in with a hole-in-the-wall Chinese joint, work your way up to a casual French lunch and then before you know it you’ll be dining at world-revered evening restaurants headed by some of the best chefs on the planet. That, folks, is just how Melbourne rolls.
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      Melbourne restaurants: the international influence

      Melbourne also rolls with an enormous international influence, so much so that it’s estimated around 40% of Melbourne’s population was born overseas. The result – and yes there is a pattern emerging – is exceptional diversity when it comes to Melbourne’s restaurants. But let’s break it down a bit. By far the most influential communities are the Chinese, Greeks and Italians, most of whom settled in Melbourne during the gold rush and the two world wars. Melbourne’s Chinatown has restaurants by the bucketload and is easily one of the oldest outside Asia, meanwhile, Melbourne’s Greek community is the largest outside of Greece. The Melbourne CBD has Greek restaurants, delis and bakeries on pretty much every street and the warmth of these places is utterly charming. Then, of course, there is Little Italy, home to Australia's first pizza joint and the best Italian restaurants in Melbourne by a country mile. It’s also here, in Melbourne’s northern suburbs, that the city’s cafe culture emerged…
    4. 4.

      Melbourne is the ultimate cafe city

      For us not to discuss cafes and coffee would, quite simply, be a crime against Melbourne. Restaurants are fantastic as we now know, but cafes are also an undeniable and irreplaceable part of what makes Melbourne so great. The people of Melbourne understand good coffee and they know how it should be served and how it should taste. Coffee is respected here and you certainly won’t find many global coffee house chains like in other major cities. And, just like restaurants in Melbourne, the cafes contribute so much to the chilled atmosphere of the place as a whole. Locals and visitors spend hours sat drinking coffee and enjoying creative and homecooked cafe food along with it – it’s all really rather captivating. Via Quandoo you can find Melbourne restaurants and cafes that are ready to be booked and ready to be utterly enjoyed. There ain’t no place like it, friends, so what are you waiting for? Find your favorites and go and get stuck in.