Gingerboy Melbourne is an institution famous for its unique take on hawker cuisine, funky decor and eclectic atmosphere. Located in the heart of the Melbourne CBD along the cool Crossley Street laneway, the menu at Gingerboy is designed around the seasons and each dish is representative of the vibrant flavours and colours of Asian street food, cooked with an innovative modern Australian twist. Dining at Gingerboy Melbourne is one of the most exciting experiences in the city, and the team taps into the iconic frenzy associated with the hawker markets peppered throughout Asia. It’s little wonder this Melbourne CBD restaurant has won as many awards and accolades as it has, so reserve a table and discover it for yourself. You won’t be disappointed.
Great service and fantastic food. Don't miss out on the Crispy Pork Bun. The flavours for all the dishes we sampled were sensational. Varied and reasonable wine list. Can't wait to return.
Really accomodating to our dietary needs with a solid vegan selection, including the enoki spring rolls, yellow curry and coconut rice. Knowledgeable, professional wait staff which made the dining experience even better!
Excellent service excellent foo, was not rushed to order or leave was wait staff where amazing and extremely helping, Salt and pepper chicken ribs where the highlight
So what can you expect in terms of the dishes at Gingerboy Melbourne? As we said, the menu is seasonal and designed to showcase the rich, unique and vibrant flavours of Asian hawker cuisine. Combining this with modern Australian influences and the dining culture of New York has led to one of the most exciting restaurants in the Melbourne CBD. Everything at Gingerboy is designed to be shared and you’ll find fresh sashimi, dumplings, buns, curries, noodles and a whole host of other selections all cooked to perfection. Feeling tempted?
Some examples of what to expect from the Gingerboy Melbourne menu include Asian hawker classics like sticky ham hock pancakes with crunchy pickles; salt and pepper chicken ribs with Korean barbecue sauce and Szechuan-spiced duck spring rolls. You’ll also find duck rendang curry; twice-cooked pork belly served with a sweet and sour pineapple relish; slow-cooked beef cheeks with a tamarind and black bean caramel and plenty more besides. If all this takes your fancy, reserve a table at Gingerboy. Located on Crossley Street in the Melbourne CBD, you’ll be in Asian fusion heaven here, that’s for sure.