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Restaurants in Abbotsford, Melbourne

 Explore hidden gems in Melbourne

While we’re pretty certain you’d be familiar with Collingwood, Richmond and Northcote, the inner-city suburb of Abbotsford is one of Melbourne’s hidden gems. Home to a strong art community (the Abbotsford Convent, for example), galleries, converted factories and plenty of cool bars, cafes and restaurants, Melbourne’s Abbotsford has got a lot going for it. With the Yarra running along its border, and Fitzroy a stone’s throw away, starting or ending your day in Melbourne with a meal in Abbotsford’s restaurants or cafes is one of the best decisions you’ll make. But with so many choices, your best bet to make things that little bit easier is to book a table with Quandoo so you can just focus on getting your appetite ready.

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Tuptim Thai - Lara

Tuptim Thai - Lara

Abbotsford
Thai$$$$
5.4/68
eLounge Pizzeria

eLounge Pizzeria

Abbotsford
Italian$$$$
4.8/69
Burger Joint

Burger Joint

Abbotsford
American$$$$
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Tokyo Hookah Bar & Eatery

Tokyo Hookah Bar & Eatery

Abbotsford
Japanese
FOF Rotary Hotpot

FOF Rotary Hotpot

Abbotsford
Asian$$$$
5.2/65

Vinh Vinh

Abbotsford
Vietnamese$$$$
5.3/67

Mesa Greek Cuisine

Abbotsford
Greek$$$$
5.3/64

Chimac Plus

Abbotsford
Asian$$$$
4.0/62

Shizuku Ramen

Abbotsford
Japanese$$$$

On It Burgers

Abbotsford
American

Soko - Abbotsford

Abbotsford
Japanese

Dr Morse

Abbotsford
Australian$$$$

Two Hands Bar

Abbotsford
Bar$$$$
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    So, which of Melbourne’s Abbotsford restaurants should you try?

    Well, seeing as it’s Melbourne, Abbotsford is home to restaurants serving up any cuisine under the sun. If it’s Italian you’re craving, eLounge Pizzeria on Victoria Street has been named as one of the three best pizzerias in Melbourne, and their carciofi e prosciutto topped with San Marzano, fior di latte, gorgonzola, prosciutto crudo, artichoke and roquette, is a revelation. Or, if you fancy Japanese, head to Soko for a pokka lychee iced tea, tuna and salmon sashimi and pumpkin salad with sweet sake and soy. Then, for a fully loaded burger, either Burger Joint or On It Burgers will sort you out just right. With plenty more besides, you’ll never be short of restaurant choices in Abbotsford, just north of Melbourne’s CBD.