Restaurants in Melbourne

Melbourne is nothing short of amazing when it comes to food. Several acclaimed chefs bring their culinary genius to this city, transporting locals and visitors into a state of a divine food-induced ecstasy. Fresh, inventive and delicious food is yours for the taking as long as you know the places to eat in Melbourne. While there are no Michelin star restaurants in Melbourne, here’s a list of some of the well-known Melbourne city restaurants.

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Attica, helmed by Ben Shewry, is an acclaimed restaurant in Ripponlea, serving modern Australian food with a new spin. The unique menu features dishes you will not find in any other restaurant - for instance, the smoked chicken and dill set in aspic that comes together in a Jewish matzo ball inspired tart. Dessert could be an emu egg sabayon with honey and quandong. Certainly not your idea of typical Melbourne food, so don’t miss out on eating at this hatted restaurant in Melbourne.

Located in Little Bourke Street, Tipo 00 brings the most delicious pasta with a stage-lit marble bar where you can watch the pasta being made. But it’s not just about the pasta here, no matter how tempting it might be. From Moreton bay bug risotto to the zucchini flowers with almond paste, you can be sure that your palate will surely light up with joy.

One of the most popular restaurants in Melbourne is Laksa King in Flemington. There’s almost always a queue to get inside and it’s not without good reason. This Malaysian fusion cuisine restaurant brings high-quality food made with the freshest produce and features dishes such as miso orange duck breast or curry fish head, a fish head cooked in a traditional Malaysian curry.

Sometimes, nothing can be as satisfying as biting into a gooey pizza dripping with cheese. If you don’t mind a carb overload, head to Little Collin Street where you can indulge yourself as much as you like. Along with traditional favourites such as Margherita and Melanzane, there are also gluten-free, vegan cheese and lactose-free cheese options available.

This Little Bourke Street restaurant serves excellent handmade bao and eating here will not burn a hole in your wallet. It’s no wonder that this place is almost always crowded, and patrons especially love the soup dumplings while the prawn dumplings are an eternal favourite.

The truth is that in Melbourne, you will be spoilt for choice with a number of culinary experiences that will leave you craving for more. If you want to get into any of the award-winning restaurants, make sure you book well in advance. However, if you want to have a taste of Melbourne food that is priced moderately, then go looking for hole-in-the-wall restaurants. There are plenty of those around.

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