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Oscars Table brings the exciting flavours of Mexico and Spain straight to Melbourne with their fusion restaurant situated on New Quay Promenade in the centre of Docklands. Serving up a tasty range of tacos, fajitas, burritos and paella as well as an array of delicious seafood and meat dishes, Oscars Table blends the best of recipes from both Mexico and Spain. Made from fresh, locally sourced ingredients, classic dishes are given a contemporary twist.
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Great food and great service. We really enjoyed our night.
Great food with fast and friendly service in a good location
Food and service was all excellent! A fantastic restaurant in a beautiful location.
Located in Melbourne’s vibrant Docklands district, Oscars Table’s rustic and European inspired decor creates a warm and inviting atmosphere to dine in. The Oscars Table chefs have experience working all over the world, so they can bring their expertise on exotic flavours to their recipes. On the extensive menu you will find Mexican favourites such as tacos, burritos and fajitas alongside traditional Spanish cuisine including seafood paella. A selection of appetising tapas style small plates mean that you can try out a variety of Spanish dishes such as chorizo with olives, gambas prawns and salt & pepper calamari.
Their signature dish is churrasco meat which grilled to perfection and served on a special skewer, a popular dish in Latin America. The dessert menu is equally as exotic with Mexican churros with a chocolate dip alongside lime brulee, and strawberry and vanilla panna cotta. Accompany your meal with some Spanish sangria or a cocktail from their lengthy menu. Make a reservation at Oscars Table in Dockland’s New Quay Promenade to experience the flavours of Spain and South America without even leaving Melbourne.