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Restaurants in Southbank

 Discover new restaurants in Melbourne’s Southbank

From must-see tourist attractions to world-class cultural venues, stunning cityscapes and, of course, outstanding restaurants, Melbourne’s Southbank has everything you could wish for. While away an afternoon in the buzzing neighbourhood and chances are good you’ll never want to leave. But then again, thanks to unparalleled shopping and entertainment options, why would you ever need to? The wide variety of restaurants in Melbourne’s Southbank are the jewel in the crown, leaving even the most seasoned foodies spoilt for choice.

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Bluetrain

Bluetrain

Southbank
Café$$$$
4.9/6122
Bluetrain
ENA Greek Street Food

ENA Greek Street Food

Southbank
Greek$$$$
5.5/652
ENA Greek Street Food
Ayam Chef

Ayam Chef

Southbank
Asian$$$$
5.2/633
Ayam Chef
Fusion Hotpot & BBQ

Fusion Hotpot & BBQ

Southbank
Asian$$$$
4.2/66
Fusion Hotpot & BBQ
Saporito Cafe Bar & Grill

Saporito Cafe Bar & Grill

Southbank
Italian$$$$
3.5/62
Saporito Cafe Bar & Grill
La Camera - Southgate

La Camera - Southgate

Southbank
Italian$$$$
La Camera - Southgate
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    Experience the best of Australian art and culture

    Art lovers, step right this way: Southbank is home to the Melbourne Arts Precinct, where galleries and performance spaces cluster together. Chief among them is the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, which showcases the finest works by home-grown and international artists, and houses the renowned Malthouse Theatre. It doesn’t stop there as the precinct also hosts the national ballet and the city’s symphony orchestra. Complete your day of culture with a fine dining experience just around the corner at one of the world-class restaurants on Melbourne’s Southbank Promenade.
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    From big name chefs to budget bistros

    Restaurants in Melbourne’s Southbank are not just among the best in Australia, but in fact the whole world. The area has drawn some of the best-known contemporary chefs, each eager to make their mark on the city’s thriving, adventurous dining scene. You’ll find elegantly experimental dishes that look like they came from another world and award-winning new takes on classics like wood-fired pizza. If you have something more cheap and cheerful in mind then there are plenty of options, too. In Melbourne’s Southbank there are restaurants offering a variety of international cuisines, from Japanese to Mexican, at prices at that won’t blow the budget.
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    Enjoy a romantic meal for two or gather the gang for a party

    What kind of evening do you want? Quiet, elegant and intimate, or loud and lively, late into the night? Restaurants in Melbourne’s Southbank cater to every occasion. If you’re starting a night on the town, find a place where you can drink as you eat, and be sure to ask the sommelier for personalised pairings. Or linger on the terrace of a riverside eatery with a panoramic view so you can lazily people. Some restaurants in Melbourne’s Southbank offer giant platters that are perfect for digging in and sharing, while others offer carefully constructed dishes so pretty you can’t help but stare.