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About the restaurant
Grossi Florentino in the Melbourne CBD was founded in 1928, and is one of the city’s oldest and most beloved Italian restaurants. Acquired by the Grossi family in 1999, it’s a sleek and stylish combination of modern and traditional dining. Located on Bourke Street in the Melbourne CBD, Grossi Florentino offers a classic fine dining experience that Melburnians have known and loved for almost a century. With its attention to detail, exquisite locally sourced ingredients and of course, spectacular wines selection, it’s no wonder this multi award-winning restaurant has been around for so long. Highlighting the best of both Italian and Australian cuisines, it strikes a balance that is both unforgettable and unmissable. Bookings are essential.
It is safe to say that after almost a century, Melbourne’s CBD wouldn’t be the same without Grossi Florentino. Originally founded in 1928, this popular eatery has shaped the food culture of the city and continues to both impress and innovate. Influenced by both its Italian and Australian roots, Grossi Florentino proudly celebrates both cultures and goes to great lengths to build close relationships with the farms it sources its ingredients from, with a key focus on maintaining the environment and sustainable practices of its suppliers.
Grossi Florentino blends traditional with contemporary to deliver genuine luxury, and no detail is overlooked. From the superb service and breathtaking decor – including several large murals painted by Rinaldo Massoni depicting Florence during The Renaissance – to the unmistakable quality of the food, Grossi Florentino has truly earned its place as one of the best restaurants in Melbourne. This iconic Italian restaurant can be found on Bourke Street, in the heart of the Melbourne CBD, and and we’re quite sure you’re going to love it. So if you’re looking for something truly special, and you love Italian food, you won’t regret booking a table at Melbourne's award winning Grossi Florentino.