Magic Mountain Saloon in the Melbourne CBD – one of the stable of Melbourne favourites that includes Cookie, The Toff in Town and Boney – is fast becoming a classic in the city centre of the Victorian capital. Their recipe down on Little Collins Street isn’t complicated, but it’s easy to see why it works: an all-day eatery fusing the best of Australian produce with flavoursome Thai cuisine to create something new and unique. The breakfast, lunch and dinner menus are extensive and truly delicious, meaning there’s something for everyone whether you’re gluten-free, vegan, vegetarian or a hardcore meat-lover. The dishes include a wide range of salads, curries, stir fries, grilled meats and noodle dishes. Their CBD dining room is a charming blend of sophistication and casual vibes, perfect for enjoying a meal out with family, friends or co-workers alike. Book a table at Magic Mountain Saloon now and see what all the fuss is about. We promise you won’t be disappointed!
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Been here several timrs. Great food. The lunch tine feed me option is amazing value. Have recommended Magic Mountain to several friends and office colleagues.
Loved this place. Great atmosphere and vibe as long as you don’t mind noise.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, or so we’re told at least, but it can often be a little staid. There’s only so many smashed avos and bacon & eggs that one can take before one starts to hanker after something a little bit more adventurous. Enter Magic Mountain Saloon. They serve up the classics of the breakfast genre, but with a Thai twist, offering something new and interesting to the Melbourne public from their address on Little Collins Street in the CBD. Expect to see delicious dishes like toasted crumpets with pandan and coconut cream, chicken rendang and smoked mozzarella roti toasties, or the wonder meal that is grilled pork belly with poached eggs and daikon croquettes. Up your breakfast game even further with one of their morning sunshine cocktails, like the Grand Marnier mimosa or the classic Italian peach Bellini.
If you can’t make it down to Little Collins Street for a Magic Mountain Saloon breakfast, don’t panic because this Melbourne eatery is open all day long. Grab some friends for a drink and snack on curried lamb cigars, mozzarella rice balls, chilli and lime chicken popcorn or lotus root tapioca dumplings. If you’re after a more substantial meal, many dishes from the grill or wok will sate your appetite. We recommend the pork and bone marrow stuffed calamari, the steamed ocean trout with ginger of the tofu red curry with eggplant and yard beans. If you’re after something more fresh, order something like the coconut chicken and roasted banana chilli salad or the green prawns with cured kingfish and bitter melon. It’s no doubt that the CBD is lucky to house this gem of a restaurant. Magic Mountain Saloon is Asian cuisine at its best!