The brains behind Boney are regulars on the Melbourne hospitality scene. They’ve had a few places before them – Cookie, The Toff in Town, Magic Mountain, Revolver Upstairs – and they enter the dining arena with no little fanfare. They offer the best in Australian food and in local and international DJs, with lunch and dinner til midnight and music til late. They’re on Little Collins Street in Melbourne CBD, close to the cross with Exhibition Street and easily accessible by Parliament Station. Book a table now and make your way over.
There are plenty of restaurants that have music, and plenty of music venues that serve food, but it isn’t often that one comes across a place that does both well. Boney on Little Collins Street in Melbourne’s CBD is exactly such an establishment, and their commitment to both is commendable. They offer international DJs from Monday to Saturday til late in the night – gig bookings accepted, if that’s your thing – and a menu packed with dishes that represent the best in Australian cooking.
The food should always be the star of the show at a restaurant, even one with such a high standard of music as Boney. They offer Australian dishes with international influences: try the curried lamb and potato pie floater, Bangkok pork and veal, spaghetti Bolognese and calamari, salted ducks’ egg with caramelised onion. Add to this a range of pizzas and burgers, roti wraps and salads as well as a dessert selections. Book a table at Boney on Little Collins Street – close to Parliament Station and Exhibition Street in the CBD – for one of the best meals and music combinations in Melbourne.
Loved the place. Menu was so cutely designed. Staff was nice. Pork ribs are amazing. Size is good. big time Loooooove! Totally Will be back.
Great, quick food for before the theatre!! Nice Rose as well! It was a quick walk up the hill to the Princess. Boney helped begin a magnificent evening! Thanks
Tasty food, efficient, friendly service at a reasonable price in the centre of town. Had plenty of time to eat & relax before heading upstairs for a gig in the band room.