Six Keys Restaurant matches their supreme Beaumaris location with some sublime food calling on Mediterranean, modern Australian and other influences. In fact, come to think of it, the menu at this local favourite on Keys Street far surpasses the ocean views you get just down the end of the road, and looking at your plate you may quickly forget that you’re parked at one of southeastern Melbourne’s prime locations. Whatever the occasion, whether a casual bite or a leisurely romantic affair, Six Keys Restaurant and their array of tastes and textures are bound to fit the bill.
No one was there when we go to the restaurant
Very pleasant and attentive service with excellent food. Will definitely return.
enjoyed very much. the food was excellent and presented beautifully
Bayside locals probably don’t want to spread the word too far and bring even more diners than are already making a beeline from Melbourne directly to Six Keys Restaurant, but it’s really hard to keep this Beaumaris gem a secret. As good as its prime location on Keys Street is, Six Keys Restaurant is much more revered for the food. That’s no surprise once you see the spread of impressive European, modern Australian and international cuisine they consistently roll out. Given the carousel of creative specials that spins through Six Keys Restaurant, it’s hard to say exactly what will tempt you when you visit, but you can safely assume it will be memorable.
Just a few things to tempt and tease before heading to Keys Street include cider-roasted pork belly, duck and plum gyoza dumplings, pressed lamb shoulder, grass-fed Scotch fillet with wilted spinach and mushroom coustillont, apple tarte tatin with fig & anise ice cream and a slew of cocktails, fine European wines and quality Australian beers ideal in hand as the sun goes down. If you’re looking for a perfect dining spot on the way to or from Mornington Peninsula from Melbourne, we strongly suggest booking a table because you won’t be the only one with this Beaumaris jewel on your radar.