Started 5 years ago, this fine dining restaurant in an industrial area of Melbourne sure has not failed. Andrew McConnell has been delivering what he said he will, simple and yet delicious food that will blow your taste buds. The restaurant has beautiful and trendy interiors, the idea of an open kitchen makes the area more spacious and the lounge area is ideal to catch up with friends for a drink. The standard of service and food has just been getting better in time because of chef McConnell and his team. The presentation of every dish is very simple but its when you taste it that the flavors burst out. So come enjoy a good 4-5 course meal in one of Melbourne's popular fine-dining restaurant.
MoVida is widely considered to be the best restaurant in Melbourne, and the best in Spanish cuisine. The evening menu is not decided beforehand as it depends on the ingredients that are freshly available. The decor is decent and ambiance good, however the food is contemporary and is cooked up the Spanish way. So if you love Spanish food and want to have more than a bite of it, you know where to go.
Classy decor, efficient service and delicious meal weave a pattern called Vue de Monde restaurant. The ambiance exudes luxury and warmth. Velvet curtains and the bronze mirrors give it a royal touch. An open kitchen lets you watch the chef in action dishing out French specialties. Modern flavor to the age old recipes give you the best of both the worlds. Staff guides you in selecting the wine matching aptly to the course. This delightful food journey tempts you to visit the place all over again. Reservations are recommended.
As these burgundy trams trundle through South Yarra, Toorak, Armadale and St. Kilda, the diners on board sink into the luxurious Pullman style seats and tuck into a sumptuous meal. Decked out in the style of yesteryear, the trams are specially fitted to reduce swaying and jerks. Tinted windows enhance the romance and fun of spying on the outside world. The modern Australian menu has two choices for each course such as kangaroo or salmon for entree, chicken or steak for main.
The Point is an elegant restaurant which combines modern interpretations of Australian classics and an extensive wine list to offer one of the best contemporary dining experiences in the area. The dining room has floor to ceiling glass windows which provide exquisite views of the pristine lake beside which the restaurant is situated. The elegant setup is perfect both for business lunches and special romantic dinner dates. Private events can also be organized here.
Baroq House is spread across three floors and offers great service and roving entertainment. They have a long list that comprises the world's best wines, champagnes, beers and spirits! The barman will certainly mix a mean cocktail that is both sophisticated and completely original. The menu includes a selection of caviar, cheese and shared dishes. All your requirements will be well looked after out here. Inspired by the 17th century western art movement, this place combines the grandeur of the past with modernity. Baroq House has beautifully brought together drinking, dancing, dining and socializing, all in an artistic manner.
Located on St. Kilda Road, Cafe Safi dishes out a delectable feast. Owned and operated by the dynamic brother duo, Eddie and Pierre, the menu at Safi includes international flavors with a nod towards Middle-Eastern, European and Mediterranean dishes. A popular brunch and lunch spot, the place serves a scrumptious homemade fare that does right by both, taste and health. They use organic produce and ingredients whenever possible - the use of fresh, local ingredients is evident in the stellar dishes that Safi doles out.
Inspired by the France's depot de pain where bread is supplied from an off-site bakery, Fleur Depot De Pain inculcates that philosophy with baked goodies from Empire Bakery. Set in The Blackman's basement, this lovely restaurant is a nice option for delicious French meals which includes breakfast, brunch and lunch options.
Shuji Sushi, on Commercial Road, is a part of the chain of sushi bars that are spread all over the city. Offering a wide range of delectable sushi rolls, these restaurants dole out a pocket-friendly feast that would keep you returning. The usual sushi dishes such as tuna roll, katsu don, seaweed inara, California roll and avocado roll, to name a few. This is a good go-to for your regular sushi fix.
Thanks to their signature Peri-Peri Chicken, Nando's restaurants are popular all over the world. Offering an Afro-Portuguese menu with distinct international flavors, these restaurants also serve delicious comfort food that includes burgers, wings, burgers, wraps, salads and lots more. Located on Saint Kilda Road, their Prahan outlet is your go-to when you're craving their flavorsome flame-grilled chicken.
Epicure Kitchen Cafe, on St. Kilda, serves a delightful fare that blends local and international flavors. With bright, naturally-lit interiors, it also boasts of a pretty patio which makes for a nice spot to people watch as you relish on their delicious offerings. The menu here is thick with freshly-made and hearty sandwiches, salads, pastas and more, that are sure to keep you coming. Thanks to its tasty food, great ambiance and friendly service, Epicure Kitchen Cafe is a popular lunch and brunch spot.