Melbourne CBD There are so many fabulous restaurants in Melbourne’s CBD, making it a great destination for a night out. The streets and laneways are full of people enjoying the city and all it has on offer. There are so many restaurants for you to try that you will easily find the food you feel like and the vibe you feel like. Here are just a few of my favorites from a very, very long list!!
Sake – 121 Flinders Lane, Melbourne (www.sakerestaurant.com.au)
San Telmo – 14 Meyers Place, Melbourne (http://santelmo.com.au/)
Lupino – 41 Little Collins St, Melbourne 3000(www.lupino.com.au)
Fun, funky, eclectic and great for people watching , St Kilda is a fun destination for a night out. Being by the Bay it brings tourists and travellers alike. In the heat of summer cars are bumper to bumper to just get to the famous St Kilda beach. There are a few places to eat or have a drink looking over the Bay such as The Stoke House – but for some of Melbourne’s top foodie delights try any of these:-
Cicciolina – 130 Acland Street, St Kilda 3182(www.cicciolinastkilda.com.au)
Close to St Kilda and the 30 something area by the Bay it makes sense for some of the latest hippest restaurants to pop up in this groovy inner city suburb.
Dandelion – 133 Ormond Rd, Elwood 3184 (http://dandelion.ws/)
Melbourne’s Best Restaurants
Melbourne has a number of fine dining experiences for you to try. If you want sophisticated, elegant dining with food to match here are a few you simply must try. Vue De Monde - Top of the list and top of the ‘world’….well the top of the iconic Melbourne Rialto Building. Attica, Flowerdrum, Jacques Reymond, The Press Club are just a few of Melbourne top notch restaurants. Whether you are looking for a place to celebrate a special occasion or you simply are a foodie at heart – these fine dining experiences will not fail to impress