Published on March 5th, 2018 | by admin0
The Best Food In Melbourne
If you are taking a trip through Australia and are lucky enough to spend time in Melbourne, here are the best meals to be had in this wonderful city. These options will let you eat like a native Melbourne, with some budget friendly options and some that are worth the additional money.
So when travelling through this fund city, take a break from the online eSports betting Australia has to offer and try out some of these great dining options.
For the best meals on a budget, why not try out of these great eateries in Melbourne:
Goz City – this trendy eatery makes it feel like you are involved in the making of the food, with the kitchen viewable through a window. Pick a sumptuous gozleme stuffed with cheese and spinach or a borek filled with mushroom or egg, this breakfast will energise you for touring the city.
Five & Dime – This bagel company brings a taste of New York to Melbourne, and you are also able to watch the baking action while sipping your coffee and munching on a delicious bagel.
Neko Neko – If you are craving some Japanese cuisine, pop into Neko Neko for some great vegan and ramen options. Run by a lovely Japanese couple, this great eatery offers vegan, veggie and pescatarian meals – covers all bases and is delicious.
Very Good Falafel – This is no ordinary falafel, with fans across Melbourne lining up for these great falafels. With homegrown chickpeas, these falafels inspire queues, so be prepared to wait with some locals but be prepared for the most amazing falafel in Australia.
Meet Patty – The neon pickle will attract you like a fly (in a good way) to Melbourne’s best burger joint. With a second store in the works, this popular eatery is popular for a reason.
Oter – The French language and cuisine can be a bit intimidating but having a meal at this restaurant will make it worth the time and tears of trying to order in French. From the simple things like bread to the crepes filled with ham and Cantal cheese, all the options are good, so make sure to visit.
Matteos – the chef of this restaurant has loads of experience, working under the terrifying Gordon Ramsey and surviving the Michelin London scene. This Asian fusion with European technique has so much flavour you will be back the next day for more. Try out this restaurants version of General Tso’s chicken and you will not be sorry.
Stokehouse – the reopened Stokehouse has a new modern look, amazing chandeliers that sway in the St Kilda breeze. The staff and tables are traditional to Stokehouse, good solid old school service. The food is now a mix of the classics and some modern twists, so give it a go for a Melbourne classic.
Chin Chin – Apparently the first mandatory mention when reviewing Chin Chin is the queue, which is next level insane. The queue issue has been addressed by the extension of the restaurant downstairs, but the mania that is associated with Chin Chins is legendary, so you know its worth the wait.