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For 12 months this space will be home to the country’s most exciting dining concept.
A set menu featuring punchy, technique-driven dishes.
The best restaurant in Australia.
The flagship of Andrew McConnell's restaurant empire.
The best-fitting jeans you’ll ever own.
Beautifully executed pan-Asian offerings by Andrew McConnell.
Tipo 00 has an offering too good to refuse: carb-loaded, butter-drenched pasta.
Refined Middle Eastern from celebrity chef Shane Delia.
The fiery Thai diner Melburnians and tourists have been queuing for since 2011.
Innovative Southeast Asian cuisine from one of Sydney’s most exciting young chefs.
The second outpost for Melbourne's most revered croissants. Expect to queue for at least 15 minutes, if not longer.
Approachable, unfussy American-Italian food with fine-dining pedigree.
Sourdough toasties in a gorgeous warehouse conversion.
A rollicking good-times pizzeria from the Leonard's House of Love crew.
Gyoza, tempura, yakitori, sushi, don - this Japanese restaurant covers a lot of bases.
A CBD dining hot spot serving modern Indian.
Ballsy vegan fare, tattooed babes and a rock‘n’roll vibe.
A bold, contemporary diner dedicated to cooking with fire and smoke, from the owner-chef of ESP, Estelle Bistro and Saint Crispin.
The most ambitious Japanese restaurant in Melbourne.
This bread and pastry shop is open on Sundays only.
Melbourne's first proper taqueria still has it.
This multifaceted space couples the drop-in spirit of a pub with the food of a more polished eatery.
Colourful walls, colourful food. That's the proposition at this loosely South American eatery with a strong vegetarian slant.
An elegant wine bar from the team behind The Town Mouse.
Meat-free Israeli fare and retro decor – this isn’t your usual Melbourne pub.
An all-day eatery worth visiting for the interior alone.
Seafood and stunning ocean views – it's no surprise this is such an institution.
A long, narrow, cement and wood underground Japanese-inspired bar.
Andrew McConnell's all-day eating house combines excellent food with interior design.
Spectacular city views and tapas until 1am. It’s no surprise this place is held dear by so many Melburnians.
After 19 years behind the counter at Pellegrini’s, Matt Picone opened this pasta bar dedicated to his late father.
From the restaurateur behind Sarti and Il.
A largely pasta-free zone next door to wildly popular older sibling, Tipo 00.
A bona fide meat dungeon.
An energetic bar and restaurant serving modern Euro-Vietnamese fusion dishes.
It’s an ’80s referencing, 50 per cent vegan American diner with a dance floor.
This busy restaurant mixes Laotian, Cambodian, Indian, Malay, Burmese and Thai flavours without cutting any corners.
A little taste of Mexico in the middle of industrial Kensington.
The chic space for palates that crave Asian hawker-style food.
A warm space filled with southern-Italian hospitality.
A late-night shrine to tacos and mezcal.
This stark, futuristic restaurant might be inspired by American barbeque, but its Asian-accented highlights – duck, mapo tofu empanadas – are totally original.
Simple Italian in intimate surrounds.
The sky is everywhere at this two-storey outdoor bar.
David Moyle’s atmospheric venue above Longrain will transport you someplace else.
A place for serious grape lovers.
As bold as anything you would expect from the experimental chef, minus some of the theatrics of Fat Duck.
Punchy Thai food and cocktails, from breakfast until late.
A hidden rooftop bar, with an emphasis on cocktails and comfort.
The quietest achiever in Melbourne’s flashy fine-dining scene.