Please note that Grill 2 Chill does not accept vouchers of any kind in conjunction with online booking.
In a genius move, this modern Australian restaurant combines an amazing location right next to Elsternwick station down Glen Huntly Road, a kaleidoscopic and unclassifiable menu of dishes prepared by ‘one of the best Chefs in Melbourne’, and a place where grillin’ comes with a healthy side of chillin’. Grill 2 Chill keeps it simple, but delicious, and it’s worth making the easy trip from wherever you are in Melbourne.
Excellent service good food pleasant surroundings very good night in a busy part of Elstone week very enjoyable evening and very good value for price
Only small, lacks a little atmosphere, but the service was friendly and the food was great. Good value too. Will definitely recommend it to people visiting our AirBnb
Absolutely great, lovely food, friendly staff. We had the salmon and it was outstanding. The sticky date pudding is sensational. This is my favourite restaurant.
To grill or not to grill, to chill or not to chill. These are the twin questions that this modern Australian restaurant asked itself before delivering an emphatic yes and setting up shop in central Elsternwick, southeast of Melbourne’s city centre and just a short jaunt on the tram up Glen Huntly Road to the ocean. Indeed, the From The Sea section of Grill 2 Chill’s menu is a highlight, featuring maritime delights like chilli mussels, crispy-skinned salmon fillet with celeriac puree, asparagus and exotic lemon wedges, and a delightful seafood marinara.
Grill 2 Chill, Grill 2 Chill, Grill 2 Chill – it’s the chant we can’t stop chanting when we’re more than a few metres away from Elsternwick station, opposite which you can find the most chill grillhouse this side of Melbourne proper. Australian classics like Crissy’s skin pork belly, the Indian-European beef vindaloo, veal and chicken schnitzels and parmigiana, and classic beef burgers comprise the only kind of solid feed that can stop these tremors, not to mention the incredibly generous steaks from Tasmania’s Cape Grim. Besides this there’s plenty of white, rose, and red wine, Champagne, beer and hard drinks to boot.