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Australian Restaurants in Melbourne

 Enjoy the quality and style of Melbourne's Australian restaurants

Melbourne's Australian restaurants are at the centre of a dining scene that helps make the city one of the coolest in the country. From Fitzroy in the north to South Yarra, Australian restaurants in Melbourne are serving everything from traditional favourites to some seriously innovative new dishes. Melburnians certainly know their food and demand the highest standards, which is one reason why Melbourne's Australian restaurants consistently deliver some of the best food to be found anywhere in the country. But don't take our word for it, book a table with Quandoo and discover what all the fuss is about yourself.

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Boney

Melbourne CBD
Australian$$$$
4.6/67
Boney

Wind Chimes Cafe

Doncaster East
Australian$$$$
5.0/61
Wind Chimes Cafe

Vault Cafe Bar Restaurant

Yarraville
Australian$$$$
4.0/61
Vault Cafe Bar Restaurant

The Eureka Hotel

Richmond
Australian
The Eureka Hotel

OSC&R On Rathdowne

Carlton
Australian$$$$
OSC&R On Rathdowne

The Nude Duck

Carnegie
Australian
The Nude Duck

Tonka

Melbourne CBD
Australian$$$$
Tonka

Dr Morse

Abbotsford
Australian$$$$
Dr Morse

Palm Tree Cafe 25

Moonee Ponds
Australian
Palm Tree Cafe 25

Mamma Says

Fairfield
Australian
Mamma Says

Shine cafe Bar & Lounge

Glen Waverley
Australian$$$$
Shine cafe Bar & Lounge

Trios Sports Club

Cranbourne
Australian$$$$
Trios Sports Club
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    Tuck into classics in Melbourne’s Australian restaurants

    If you're a fan of keeping things classic, then Melbourne's Australian restaurants are the places to go. Visit Sage at Parkhill to feast on their succulent 500g steak cooked to perfection topped with mushroom sauce, hand cut chips and a fresh salad, or tuck into fresh seafood like oysters, barramundi, rock lobster and mussels or tuck into a gourmet burger with all the trimmings, washed down with an ice cold beer of course.
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    Try something new in Melbourne’s Australian restaurants

    It’s a new and exciting time for Australian cuisine, and in Melbourne’s restaurants the creativity and experimentation is producing some of the best dishes in the city. One such restaurant in Melbourne that’s revolutionising Australian cuisine is Martini & Co. in Werribee. Sample dishes like the seafood mongers of grilled king prawns, squid, beer battered market fish, fresh oysters, mussels and mussels served with fresh focaccia, tartare sauce and mushy peas; pulled pork burger with apple and fennel slaw, jalapenos and chipotle sauce and crispy skin Atlantic salmon with roasted beetroot, asparagus, fennel, orange and dill cream sauce. Or, visit Waterfront Port Melbourne and feast on their exquisite wild barramundi served with quinoa salad, cashews and garlic yoghurt.
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    Soak up the relaxing atmosphere of Australian restaurants in Melbourne

    Melbourne's Australian restaurants are stylish, sophisticated and refined.You'll find a welcoming and comfortable atmosphere, where enjoyment of good food and good company is the most important aspect of dining. So whether you’re in for a more casual affair, or partaking in an eight-course degustation menu that showcases the best of Australian produce, you’re guaranteed to be in for an unforgettable dining experience. Take a look at our selection of the best Australian restaurants in Melbourne and get your appetite ready!