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Restaurants in Collingwood, Melbourne

 Explore restaurants in Collingwood, Melbourne

Best known for its nightlife and thriving music scene, Melbourne's Collingwood also boasts restaurants offering some globe-trotting cuisine. The main trend is towards Asian fare so feasts of dim sum or fried noodles are just the ticket before an evening of bar-hopping with friends. Music fans frequently catch concerts and live gigs at The Tote, a local pub revered among fans of Australian punk and metal. Meanwhile by day, you might want to grab a light lunch before checking out the fashion shops on Smith Street.

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Rupert on Rupert

Rupert on Rupert

Collingwood
Bar$$$$
5.3/6158
Chalawan

Chalawan

Collingwood
Thai$$$$
4.6/648
The Horn African Cafe & Restaurant

The Horn African Cafe & Restaurant

Collingwood
African$$$$
6.0/61
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Tonkin Bar & Grill

Tonkin Bar & Grill

Collingwood
Vietnamese$$$$
6.0/61
Pabu Grill & Sake

Pabu Grill & Sake

Collingwood
Japanese$$$$
4.6/65
XEOM - Viet Street Food

XEOM - Viet Street Food

Collingwood
Vietnamese$$$$
5.5/62
Bowl Bowl Dumpling Bar

Bowl Bowl Dumpling Bar

Collingwood
Chinese$$$$
Punjabi Curry Cafe -  Collingwood

Punjabi Curry Cafe - Collingwood

Collingwood
Indian

Wabi Sabi Salon

Collingwood
Japanese$$$$
5.6/67

Savanna African Restaurant & Cafe

Collingwood
African

The Grace Darling Hotel

Collingwood
Bar

Lemon, Middle and Orange

Collingwood
Café$$$$
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    Melbourne's Collingwood restaurants tick all the right boxes

    As well as the usual Chinese and Thai-themed restaurants, Melbourne's Collingwood also has Vietnamese places like Tonkin on Smith Street, where you can tingle your taste buds with five spice squid, soy-glazed salmon skewers and chicken wings dipped in ginger. There are also several places offering East African food, such as The Horn on Johnston Street – try the doro wat (a stew made with chicken and eggs) and the vegetarian options seasoned with authentic spices. For something more casual, head to one of the local bar-bistros like Rupert on Rupert Street, where you can graze on flavoursome sharing plates as you sip on freshly-shaken cocktails.