About Martini & Co - Plenty Valley
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About the restaurant
As the sophomore restaurant behind the Werribee location, Martini & Co have done it again with this, the lastest Plenty Valley offering. Nailing the concept to revolutionise modern Australian cuisine, Martini & Co are cater perfectly for everyone from early morning breakfast goers to brunchers, to light lunch lovers and late night revelers. This Mill Park restaurant oozes cool, life and fun, all at once (with non-stop martinis to boot). Have we enticed you yet? Located on McDonald’s Road in the Westfield Shopping Centre, this is one spot that’s not to be missed. Reservations are essential.
If you’re one of the early morning crowd, pop in and see the crew at Martini & Co Plenty Valley in Mill Park for a fill of buttermilk pikelets, greenie eggs with a side of house baked beans or the ever-popular Martini & Co big feast with all the trimmings you could possibly imagine… washed down with perfectly roasted coffee, of course. If you’re in later, what’s better than getting the gang together for a tipple or two and sampling bites from the grazing bar? Think shucked oysters, lamb koftas, fully-loaded nachos and chargrilled king prawns. Hungry yet?
Located just north of Melbourne’s CBD, Martini & Co Plenty Valley also caters for those with hearty appetites. You’ll find all your modern Australian favourites, including the open steak sandwich filled with grilled bacon, fried eggs, chilli jam and loads of salad with a side of onion rings; crispy skinned Atlantic salmon served with roast beetroot, asparagus and orange and dill cream; or Martini & Co’s famous parmesan-crumbed chicken parmigiana topped with shaved ham, Napoli sauce and mozzarella, with beer-battered fries, of course. Wash any of these tasty Australian-style dishes down with one of this Mill Park’s expert cocktails and you’ve got yourself an evening to remember. Located on McDonald’s Road, just out of Melbourne’s centre, be sure to book ahead to avoid disappointment.