About Agraba

Taking Lebanese cuisine in Melbourne to stylish new heights, Agraba on Errol Street serves up the best flavours of the Middle East with an array of tapas-style mezze plates. In addition to offering a wide range of authentic Lebanese dishes, this trendy restaurant and bar also provides an extensive menu of indulgent cocktails and wine, making it the ideal place for a night out or special occasion in North Melbourne.

Opening Times

Open now - Closes at 10:00 pm
11:30 am - 10:00 pm
11:30 am - 10:00 pm
11:30 am - 10:00 pm
11:30 am - 10:00 pm
11:30 am - 10:00 pm
11:00 am - 9:30 pm


63 Errol Street, North Melbourne
Melbourne 3051

Menu Highlights


Shared Dishes


pastry envelopes filled with spiced lamb, onion & pinenuts


wilted with sumac, garlic, olive oil & fresh chilli (V GF DF)


fried cauliflower & broccoli with tahini sauce & lemon


Lebanese style cinnamon spiced sausage served with pomegranate molasses & lemon (GF DF)


casings of ground lamb bound with burghal (cracked wheat), stuffed with pinenuts, spiced lamb & onion, served with a yoghurt dipping sauce



A Middle Eastern Classic! House baked Baklava, sweet & crunchy with a delicious cashew centre


A sweet cheese dessert, served warm and topped with crushed pistachios and soaked in rosewater syrup


Ashtah, a type of lebanese cream, wrapped in filo pastry, fried and dipped in rosewater syrup

Main Menu

Agraba Menu


More about Agraba, North Melbourne

With so many tasty mezze plates on offer, you’ll be spoiled for choice over at Agraba on Errol Street in North Melbourne. Using fresh ingredients and traditional techniques for an authentic Lebanese experience, the dishes at this Melbourne hotspot are perfect for sharing among friends or family. Some of the options include kibbeh meklieh (ground lamb with a burghal shell stuffed with tahini and pine nuts), sameki harra (a spiced fish fillet served with tahini, coriander, crushed nuts and rice) and other traditional Lebanese specialties like falafel, lamb skewers, tabouli, halloumi and baba ganoush.

With stylish decor and an upscale ambience, you could easily spend the whole night at Melbourne’s Agraba indulging in delicious Middle Eastern cuisine or luxurious cocktails from the large menu – you can even bring your own vinyl records to play while you eat and drink, allowing you to create a personal soundtrack to your night out. Be sure to book a table at this popular North Melbourne restaurant and bar in advance to secure a good table.

14 Agraba Reviews

14 Reviews
Waiting time:Exceptionally good
Noise levels:Pleasant
Value for money:Good value
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Ingrid H.a year ago · 2 reviews

Always a terrific family friendly​ venue. Great food. Pleasant staff and top quality for incredibly reasonable prices. Love this place in North Melbourne. Easy to get to without having to worry about city traffic is also a plus.

Adil M.2 years ago · 1 review

The food was tasty the service was excellent friendly place needs renovation dishes needs to be changed not attractive it is a pattern but looks like it is dirty

Julia C.2 years ago · 1 review

A great restaurant to go with a group. I have been a few times and tried many of the mezze and they were all great. Will definitely go back.

Roger H.2 years ago · 1 review

Second time at AGRABA - just as good as the first time. Lovely food; great staff. Happily recommend AGRABA - to everyone into great tastes and textures.

Michelle H.2 years ago · 1 review

The food was great but the service was not so great. We waited quite some time to order initial drinks and food and then had to ask for the dessert menu after sitting for quite some time after our mains were gone. We were also disappointed that two of the five dessert options were unavailable. Despite the poor service we enjoyed our night mainly due to the great food and thanks to another waitress who came to our rescue a couple of times.

Elena S.2 years ago · 1 review

Food was fine, not amazing and not bad, I'd say solid 4 out of 5. Set up menu was plenty of food, me and my friend were hungry and still were not able to finish it and asked to pack 2 dishes in takeaway containers. For $40 pp it could've included the deserts tho.

Kalene C.2 years ago · 2 reviews

This is probably the best falafel in Melbourne. The lunch platters are generous. Our office used to be nearby and now is a 20 minute walk. That doesn't deter us from walking to this lively restaurant.

Liza C.3 years ago · 1 review

the food was great, it is value for money and the service is exceptional. I will definitely be back for more! Thank you very much.

Camille S.2 years ago · 1 review

The service was good. The portions are quite generous and the food is of quality. I would recommend the falafels and the houmous!! The carafes are also really cool.

ye c.2 years ago · 1 review

Good service and enviroment. Friendly staff. Food is fine. Too much oil and salt in VGF, but can just be my taste. The rice is nice.