About Dandenong Pavilion
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About the restaurant
Known throughout Melbourne as one of the best places for burgers, Dandenong Pavilion in Dandenong on the Princes Highway serves up brilliant Australian food. Established in 2006 on the site of an old restaurant, this venue is filled with inviting seating, exposed brickwork and bright, light fixtures. The menu at Dandenong Pavilion offers up just about everything under the sun including salads, pastas, risotto, steaks, seafood, sambos and more. Open from Monday through to Sunday for breakfast, lunch, dinner, coffee, snacks or just a glass of wine and some nibbles, this Dandenong spot should be at the top of your list. So go ahead and book a table now!
As discussed, if you’re a self-respecting burger lover in Melbourne, you’re probably already well acquainted with Dandenong Pavilion on Princes Highway in Dandenong. The food offering at this Melbourne eatery is primarily Australian, with the influence of a few other cuisines woven into some dishes on the menu. The wizards in the kitchen at Dandenong Pavilion whip up mountain-like burgers consisting of multiple beef patties piled on top of each other that are smothered in melted cheddar cheese, homemade pickles and all manners of other delightful toppings – and people come from all over to chow down on these bad boys.
Don’t worry if burgers aren’t up your street though, because the other Australian food on the extensive menu at Dandenong Pavilion will be sure to please your taste buds! If you’re in the mood for fish or seafood, you should try the prawns sautéed in a creamy garlic sauce served with jasmine rice and salad or the calamari dusted in lemon pepper flour on a bed of wild rocket and onion served with tartare sauce. Vegetarians are well looked after at this Dandenong spot too, with dishes including halloumi with Iranian fig and vanilla jam and pumpkin and feta risotto with roasted pumpkin, baby spinach, herbs, spring onions topped with garlic finished with crumbled feta. So, now that you’ve been tempted to pay Dandenong Pavilion a visit, what are you waiting for?