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Indulge in the rich and unique flavours of the Balkans at Grill Danube, where the cuisines of Serbia, Bulgaria, Hungary, Austria, Germany and further afield are cooked up with finesse and served in a cheerful setting. With a fully licensed bar, guests can enjoy an array of delicious wines, beer and spirits, or can bring their own wine for a small corkage fee. Found on Glen Huntly Road in the heart of Caulfield, this Eastern European restaurant is a standout in Melbourne.
Got the eye fillet thinking it would be good, asked for a med/ rare cooked. I got a blue steak which was cold and still making noise. The frozen garlic butter was still frozen as thats how cold and uncooked the steak was.
Food was good, but we were surprised with the charges. Corkage was more than on the internet, instead of mashed potato we opted for chips and yet we were charged for the chips and $9 for two scoops of ice-cream is a bit steep.
We had a great night at the Grill Danube. The meal was excellent and the service very good. This is the third or fourth visit there and we are never disappointed
Named after the same Danube River that begins in Germany, winding through Austria and the Balkans then up through to the Black Sea, Grill Danube on Glen Huntly Road is proud to serve some of Melbourne’s finest Eastern European specialties. Offering a comfortable environment as well as excellent service, this Caulfield restaurant is a friendly place to enjoy a meal with loved ones and family. Open every day except for Monday, the folks at Grill Danube look forward to serving you their unique Danube-inspired cuisine.
If you’ve never experienced Balkan cuisine before, you’re in for a treat at Grill Danube in Melbourne’s Caulfield. We recommend starting with an order of the taramasalata dip, made from raw caviar blended with virgin olive oil and lemon juice, served alongside homemade bread. For the main act, choose from grilled specialties like veal medallions, lamb cutlets, eye fillet or leskovacki ustipak, a ground beef patty made with garlic, hot peppers, mozzarella cheese and ham. You can’t go wrong with the sarma (sour cabbage rolls) or one of the incredible schnitzel dishes – in Vienna, Karadjordje, Parisian and Belgrade varieties – alongside a portion of Balkan-style cabbage salad. Visit Grill Danube for a delicious and unique meal, but make sure to book in advance!