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The Best 15 Restaurants in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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Universal Restaurant
/ 1820

141 Lygon St Carlton 3053, Melbourne

Express lunch menu is great value, and generally not too busy at lunch time too. Good quality food.

Brunetti - Carlton
/ 1803

380 Lygon St Carlton Vic 3053, Melbourne

Brunetti is a well established cafe, cake and chocolate maker in Melbourne. It's largest and oldest location being here, just off the famous Lygon Street. The choice is bewildering, truly. However beware, as even on a Tuesday night at 10pm it can be a tin of sardines like experience and is ALWAYS busy. However, I recommend you definitely avoid Saturday and particularly Sunday mornings where some snoberatti like to hog every seat, people watch, and pose with the Sunday papers and coffee. It's like a nightclub or trendy bar at these times so best to avoid and go through the week or later at night when the normal people and student contingent appear. Service is okay and that's only because its hellishly busy, they do their best, and food and drinks are always serviced hot and fresh. Expect to pay a premium here, this ain't no run of the mill cafe, but still it can be reasonable-ish for a very nice interior and overall 'Brunetti experience!'.

+39 Pizzeria
/ 1172

362 Little Bourke St 3000, Melbourne

excellent pizzas with nothing but the best quality ingredients

Pidapipo Gelateria
/ 994

299 Lygon St 3053, Melbourne

Late night dessert with 3 scoops on a waffle cone: pistachio (good), baccio (ho hum), nutella swirl (when is nutella not good?). Definitely one of the best gelato around town.

Gradi Crown
/ 1290

Crown Entertainment Complex 8 Whiteman St Shop 25 3006, Melbourne

Overall a good experience. Service could have been better (appetizer plates were still on the table when mains were being served). Still, friendly staff and environment. Personally I found the experience at 400 Gradi (the original Gradi restaurant in Brunswick) to have slightly tastier food and service, it was less commercial. However, for a large group, the crown restaurant was more suitable. Food was good, chocolate pudding was amazing at both restaurants. Must have, if you love rich chocolate with soft ice cream!

Tipo 00
/ 960

361 Little Bourke St 3000, Melbourne

exceptional italian cuisine with excellent ingredients and service. Outstanding value. We have told all our friends robyn Clarke

/ 1074

305 Lygon St Carlton 3053, Melbourne

Busy as hell on a Saturday night, and we had to wait for a long while to get served but once we did, all was good. Lady had Lasagne, I had soup. I could have swam in it. A huge ass bowl and bread, and amazing it was. Both of us loved it, and the atmosphere in Lygon street, directly opposite the cinema and borders was rather cool. Service could have been faster and better but all in good, prices were reasonable. I'll be back.

DOC Pizza & Mozzarella Bar - Carlton
/ 1018

295 Drummond St 3053, Melbourne

Actually it deserves a 5 stars for a pizza in Melbourne, but as I am from Naples I must be severe. If you agree to spend 20 bucks or more for a pizza then you will appreciate this place. The Pizza they call Pizza DOC comes with excellent ingredients even if Mozzarella is not at all Mozzarella di Bufala, but a defrosted Fior di Latte. If you know what's the difference between Mozzarella di Bufala Campana e Fior di Latte you know what I mean otherwise for you it will be not such an issue. The not-at-all fresh Mozzarella is something I can easily understand. Mozzarella is meant to be consumed within no more than 3/4 days since it's done, and there would be no market here to justify its daily production. What I really cannot understand is the electric oven, I mean there are horrible pizza maker on Lygon St with a Woodfire Oven. Pizza DOC you really need a Woodfire oven then I'll pay you even 25 bucks for a Pizza.

Pellegrini's Espresso Bar
/ 908

66 Bourke St 3000, Melbourne

Great place to go for some quick, simple Italian food. Love how busy it gets - it's a sign of a good reputation and good food.

Papa Gino's Pizza Restaurant
/ 847

Lygon Street Carlton 3053, Melbourne

Nice food, but Cafe Coretta is better.

Vapiano Flinders Lane
/ 1285

334 Flinders Lane 3000, Melbourne

Good coffee Must come back for a pizza

Grossi  Florentino
/ 636

80 Bourke St 3000, Melbourne

I have eaten at The Grill once but I tend to visit The Cellar Bar much more often due to its lower prices and more relaxed environment. I find the food in both cases quite lovely and favour their tortellini above anything else for a main. I think it is one of the few restaurants in Melbourne where the pasta is properly cooked and not over sauced. Following dinner the deserts are fabulous, my favourite being their baked cheese cake which I find to be the best I have tried anywhere in the world. They also offer a good selection of cheeses and other assorted deserts. The Cellar Bar is rather casual but can get a bit crowded around dinner time. Luckily they stay open till 11 which makes it a great place to have a late dinner or coffee. The Grill is a lot more formal and the service is very complete. Reservations are not always needed but advised if you are going for dinner.

Osteria Ilaria
/ 461

367 Little Bourke St 3000, Melbourne

great service, delicious food! try the pecorino cheesecake, and the king prawn dish

SPQR Pizzeria
/ 482

26 Liverpool Street, Melbourne 3000 3000, Melbourne

Great pizza, great service - check it out!!

11 Inch Pizza
/ 425

Equitable Place 353-359 Little Collins Street 3000, Melbourne

Ordered a pizza for delivery using their Website (which is fantastic!), pizza took an hour to be delivered (and needed to be reheated) but was very tasty! Get that delivery boy sorted guys and you have a winning recipe!




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