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Did Someone Say Dine-In? Part 2

Did Someone Say Dine-In? Part 2

If you’ve been following us, you’ll know how passionate we are about our food. We’ve recently posted our top picks of cafes our team is itching to visit once dine-in is allowed but we thought it would be unfair if we didn’t give our favourite restaurants some love too! 

Here’s a list of restaurants we highly recommend you checking out ASAP now that hospitality is opening up!

The Lincoln

You’ve heard about how we’ve harped on about our love for The Lincoln so we’ll leave it at that! You can read more here!

  • 91 Cardigan St, Carlton 
Grossi Florentine

One of Melbourne’s favourite Italian chef and restaurant, Grossi Florentino has been around for a long time now. Serving up some classic Italian dishes in a fine-dining ambiance, their food and service does not disappoint. Oh, and their tiramisu is to DIE for. 

  • 80 Bourke St, Melbourne
Go Noodle House

Our taste bud tingles every time we think about the soup noodles at Go Noodle House – read more here!

  • 195 Exhibition St, Melbourne

Inspired by the Malay meaning of the word feast, JAMU brings together the best of seasonal local produce and regional influences, to create a uniquely Melbourne experience. Housed in an apartment tower on Palmer Street, this contemporary Asian-Australia restaurant offers an interesting mix of familiar Asian classic with an approachable Western adaptation, as well as dishes that sit somewhere in between. They even offered bottomless brunch on the weekends pre-covid so cross fingers they also offer this post-COVID! Keep updated with their menu offering here!

  • 1 Palmer St, Richmond

When we think Indonesian food, we think quick nasi goreng or flavours similar to Malaysian (only a little more spiced and modest in flavour when compared to Thai). It’s commonly thought to be cheap but filling, catering to uni students looking for a quick bite. But The Seger sisters, who had appeared in the 2016 season of reality cooking show My Kitchen Rules, were able to translate Indonesian food in a more elegant tone. Hidden away in an office building, Makan transports you to a Southeast Asian experience.

  • Entrance/ 360 Collins St, Melbourne
Imbue Food & Wine

Located in the ‘burbs, Imbue Food & Wine offers an eclectic combination of classic and experimental dishes, utilizing fresh seasonal produce sourced locally in Victoria. 

  • Location: 2/419 Gordon Street, Maribyrnong, Melbourne

Famously known for its roti with vegemite curry, Sunda is known for infusing southeast Asian flavours with western dishes using lesser-known regional ingredients and native Australian produce. 

  • 18 Punch Lane, Melbourne 3000


Keen for some Korean Barbecue? Our top picks are Mansae and Seorae Galmaegi Korean BBQ. They’re both located in the CBD.

Seorae Galmaegi
  • 28 Artemis Ln, Melbourne
  • Shop 9/120 A’Beckett St, Melbourne

Which restaurant is number one on your list?

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