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Australian Restaurants in Melbourne CBD, Melbourne

 Australian restaurants in Melbourne's CBD are making a splash

Easy dining, casual bars, gastropubs, farm-to-table freshness and fusion fare: any and all of these define the popular Australian restaurants in Melbourne’s CBD. These spaces are well-known to locals who recognise that innovation and experimentation are at the heart of Australian cuisine. While dishes from Australian restaurants in Melbourne's CBD may start out as something familiar, such as pasta or sandwiches, they'll end up being completely imaginative creations that bring together unique ingredients and flavours in a fresh and exciting way. How about some macaroni with pig's head and egg yolk, burnt cabbage with fish sauce, or even bone marrow with chilli sambal?

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Royal Standard Hotel

Royal Standard Hotel

Melbourne CBD
Australian
5.7/639
Grab A Yabby

Grab A Yabby

Melbourne CBD
Australian$$$$
5.3/63
Vons Restaurant and Bar

Vons Restaurant and Bar

Melbourne CBD
Australian$$$$
5.3/63
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    Enjoy modern Australian dishes at restaurants nestled in Melbourne's CBD

    If you're not from these parts, you might be wondering what characterises modern Australian cuisine? Australian restaurants in Melbourne's CBD range from fine dining opportunities to more casual, youthful places that whip up local vegetables and native meats like kangaroo and ostrich in a more freestyle manner. In fact, many Australian chefs change up the menu from season to season as they forage for the main ingredients from local farms and land. Expect a busy, buzzing vibe at many of the Australian restaurants in Melbourne's CBD.