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Restaurants in South Melbourne, Melbourne

Restaurants in South Melbourne, Melbourne

One of Melbourne's oldest suburbs, South Melbourne has many fine restaurants tucked away among its Victorian terraces and bluestone-cobbled lanes. Most of the main foodie hotspots are located around the trendy shopping thoroughfare of Clarendon Street and the picturesque South Melbourne Market, which has done a roaring trade for over 150 years. With Mediterranean, Levantine and Southeast Asian cuisine on the menu, there are no shortage of options for an outstanding culinary experience.

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The Limerick Arms Hotel

South Melbourne
Bar$$$$
5.5/611

Arkibar Cucina

South Melbourne
Italian$$$$
5.3/68

Salon de Sushi

South Melbourne
Japanese$$$$
6.0/61
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Mandarin Park

South Melbourne
Asian$$$$
4.5/62

Ginger & White

South Melbourne
Café$$$$
4.0/61

Gru Thai

South Melbourne
Thai$$$$
4.0/62

Claypots Evening Star

South Melbourne
Mediterranean$$$$
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Bedi's Indian Restaurant

South Melbourne
Indian$$$$
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11 Inch Pizza- South Melbourne

South Melbourne
Italian$$$$
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Pho Cycle

South Melbourne
Vietnamese$$$$
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KooKoo South Melbourne

South Melbourne
American$$$$

Spicy Affair Bar & Restaurant

South Melbourne
Indian$$$$
4.0/610

Simply Spanish - South Melbourne

South Melbourne
Spanish$$$$

Thai 29 Restaurant

South Melbourne
Thai$$$$
5.6/67

The Blue Room

South Melbourne
Australian$$$$
6.0/61

Paco Y Lola

South Melbourne
Mexican$$$$
5.7/63

Spitiko

South Melbourne
Greek
4.8/610

Wood N Chimney- South Melbourne

South Melbourne
Italian$$$$
6.0/61

Taco Bill - South Melbourne

South Melbourne
Mexican$$$$
5.0/62

Fed Up Project

South Melbourne
Café$$$$
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    Melbourne's South Melbourne restaurants suit all moods

    As well as being extremely cosmopolitan, the restaurants of Melbourne's South Melbourne district vary in style from the simple and homey to the youthful and vibrant. There's a domestic feeling to places like Spikito on Park Street, a Greek taverna where you can graze on sharing plates of pickled octopus and fried zucchini among old family photos. Meanwhile there's a party vibe to venues such as Simply Spanish on Cecil Street – who can resist a few jugs of sangria to wash down their authentic paella and tapas? Or for something cool and funky, try Japanese bars like Salon de Sushi, which has décor as colourful as its seafood combo platters.