Melbourne is a paradise for those who love Italian food, and while the main drag on Lygon Street in Carlton is always going to draw the biggest crowd, that isn’t to say that there aren’t plenty of great places further afield as well. Out in the suburbs one can find an array of eating options of an Italian nature, and if you’re in Point Cook, then you can do a lot worse than Vivere Restaurant on Murnong Street. Head in for a menu that takes in both the classics and the contemporary trends, while always remaining resolutely family-friendly and welcoming to all. Book a table now.
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Had a great meal. The service was very good. Plenty of tables available if you book early
Great food and friendly staff. Will be back and will recommend to all my friends and family. Great place but i found parking was a bit of a problem. Will be back soon
Always good food, good atmosphere and the staff are always friendly. We also always buy pizza takeaway and deliveries are always quick. Overall great restaurant
If you’re going out to eat at an Italian restaurant in Melbourne, then there are a few things that you’re going to be looking out for when you are choosing where it is that you go. Vivere Restaurant on Murnong Street in Point Cook has them all in spades: culinary classics such as pizzas, pastas and risottos, contemporary dishes such as salsicce Vivere, their take on sausage and onion, Italian style, as well as an extensive wine list and a selection of beers that will surely keep your party going all the way through the evening.
The menu is one thing – arguably the most important thing – but the selling points of Vivere are far more extensive than just what appears on your plate. Their drinks showcase the best in both Australian wines and beers, as well as Italian beer such as Nastro Azzuro. Their atmosphere and ambience can’t be beat, and the staff offer nothing short of exemplary service and friendliness, so you have no excuse not to round up the troops and head in for a feed at Vivere on Murnong Street in Point Cook, just a short trip around the coast from central Melbourne.