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177 Restaurants in Melbourne: European

Melbourne's European restaurants

As befits a city widely hailed as Australia's cultural capital, Melbourne is home to a whole smorgasbord of wonderful restaurants, including lots that cater to lovers of European cuisine. From the classic dishes of France and Germany to more niche interests, Melbourne's European restaurants offer a gastronomic guide to an entire continent. Whether you're looking for lunch before hitting the city's galleries and museums or a pre-theatre dinner, Quandoo is ready with some great restaurants where every mouthful brims with Old World charm.

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ENA Greek Street Food

Southbank
Greek$$$$
5.2/6198
ENA Greek Street Food

Santoni Pizza Bar

Hawthorn East
Pizza$$$$
5.0/6221
Santoni Pizza Bar

Paris Go

Carlton
French$$$$
5.3/6135
Paris Go
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Paesano Italian Restaurant - Knox

Wantirna South
Italian$$$$
4.2/650
Paesano Italian Restaurant - Knox

Tacco and Tosca

Middle Park
Italian$$$$
5.5/6115
Tacco and Tosca

Botticelli of Brighton

Brighton
Italian$$$$
5.2/6194
Botticelli of Brighton

Merchant Osteria Veneta

Melbourne CBD
Italian$$$$
5.5/62
Merchant Osteria Veneta

Foglia Di Fico

Melbourne CBD
Italian$$$$
5.8/617
Foglia Di Fico

Maccaroni Osteria Italiana

Fitzroy North
Italian$$$$
5.2/662
Maccaroni Osteria Italiana

Tulum Turkish Restaurant

Balaclava
Turkish$$$$
5.3/69
Tulum Turkish Restaurant

Abruzzo Club - 377 on Lygon

Brunswick East
Italian$$$$
5.0/617
Abruzzo Club - 377 on Lygon

Mediterraneo Charcoal Restaurant

Albert Park
Mediterranean$$$$
5.6/6206
Mediterraneo Charcoal Restaurant

Carlucci's Restaurant

Templestowe
Italian$$$$
5.2/6100
Carlucci's Restaurant

Penny Young

Moonee Ponds
Italian$$$$
4.8/615
Penny Young

Red Hummingbird Rooftop Bar

Melbourne CBD
Drinks$$$$
5.5/611
Red Hummingbird Rooftop Bar

Stray Neighbour

Preston
European$$$$
5.1/6114
Stray Neighbour

Cornerstone Pizzeria

Coburg
Italian$$$$
5.3/6195
Cornerstone Pizzeria

Via Campanella Cucina & Bar

Elsternwick
Italian$$$$
5.2/6126
Via Campanella Cucina & Bar

Meat Me

Oakleigh
Greek$$$$
4.7/6137
Meat Me

Munich Brauhaus - Melbourne

South Wharf
German$$$$
4.7/632
Munich Brauhaus - Melbourne
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    Try Spanish cuisine in Melbourne's European restaurants

    Among Melbourne's many European restaurants, there are a number of lively tapas bars and restaurants offering authentic Spanish cuisine. At MoVida on Hosier Lane you can kick off with some tapas plates to share of salty anchovy croutons and tangy beetroot croquettes with sheep’s milk yoghurt, before moving onto mains full of Spanish flavour. Seafood lovers will surely be tempted by the zarzuela, a spicy Catalan fish stew, while meat eaters might plump for the pork belly braised with cider or lamb cooked in Amontillado. These places usually have menus of Spanish wine and sherry that will impress even the most discerning aficionado.
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    European restaurants in Melbourne serving Italian cuisine

    In addition, Melbourne boasts plenty of European restaurants specialising in Italian cuisine. They range from popular pizzerias and long-standing family-run trattorias to award-winning fine dining restaurants like Cecconi's on Flinders Lane. Kick things off with a plate of seared scallops with black sesame seeds, cucumber, avocado, pickled shiso and ginger, before a main of open raviolo of wild mushroom and rabbit ragu topped with sage butter, or try the duck tortellini, seafood linguine or prawn risotto.
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    Try something out of the ordinary in Melbourne’s European restaurants

    Should you fancy something a little different, there's also no shortage of restaurants in Melbourne offering tasty North European cuisine. For example, at the Swiss Club on Flinders Lane you can tuck into hearty mains of venison goulash or chicken cordon bleu, while for dessert couples might opt for a rich cheese fondue, followed by meringues and strudels heaped with ice cream. Alternatively, the Highlander in the CBD rustles up traditional Scottish dishes with an irreverent modern twist, including pan-fried haggis, gourmet burgers topped with whisky sauce and deep-fried chocolate desserts. Whatever tickles your fancy, with Quandoo, we can guarantee you’ll find the perfect Melbourne European restaurant to suit any palate or occasion!