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Pub
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“Great selection of beers on tap. Changes regularly. Gastropub food. Has a rooftop with a fireplace. live music, comedy and jazz nights.”
  • Recomendado por 95 habitantes locales
Restaurante vietnamita
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“Called Uncle, a term of endearment and respect in Vietnam, the restaurant aims to be genuinely Vietnamese, if not meticulously so. That means pate with crackers, steak with chilli and coconut butter - Vietnamese flavours mixed with Chinese and French influences too. Perched above Blackhearts and Sparrows, the venue was designed by Adele Winteridge of Foolscap Studio, the aesthetic brains behind Patricia. Design has clearly played an important part in Uncle’s conception, with furniture by Northcote’s Steve Edwards and handmade Crockery by Fork Ceramics (Ruth Laird Spence, Spence’s wife), complementing Foolscap’s fit-out. With a working bar downstairs and al fresco dining above, Uncle is an enjoyable but affordable dining experience. Co-owner Rene Spence puts it this way: “The idea was for you to look at your bill at the end and say ‘Whoah, shit! Are you kidding me? Is it that cheap?’"”
  • Recomendado por 63 habitantes locales
Lugar para desayunar
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“Right next to the train station, this place has a great vibe with an open fire out in the back section. Food good and prices excellent. ”
  • Recomendado por 55 habitantes locales
Restaurante vegetariano/vegano
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“Small hidden place with great coffee and vegetarian / vegan food. Hipster-ish vibe, breakfast & lunch.”
  • Recomendado por 48 habitantes locales
Cafetería
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“It can be tricky to find a seat, so be prepared to wait - especially on a Saturday morning - but smashed Avo (avocado on toast) is as Melbourne as it comes, and the one at Batch is worth the wait. ”
  • Recomendado por 29 habitantes locales
Restaurante australiano
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“Great modern Italian food, the perfect place for a great dinner, either date night or with a group - really good food. Try the bee stings if you like spice. The blue swimmer crab soufflé, seafood linguine and eye fillet are always amazing.”
  • Recomendado por 27 habitantes locales
Café
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“This Café is a favourite for Locals in the know. With 4 separate offerings for Coffee, Food and Brunch. Dog Friendly with Alfresco dining. Good place for Celebrity spotting on the down low. ”
  • Recomendado por 20 habitantes locales
Heladería
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“Yo-Chi's neon sign and crisp white interior will lure you into a self-serve yogurt bar with more than 22 toppings waiting. The self-serve process is simple: select a size, fill with your yogurt flavor of choice and adorn with any number of seasonal toppings, which are priced by weight. Produce is locally sourced, low in fat and served with biodegradable cutlery.”
  • Recomendado por 25 habitantes locales
Lugar para desayunar
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“Mellow coffee shop with exposed-brick walls and a garden, offering brunch options and sandwiches. ”
  • Recomendado por 23 habitantes locales
Restaurante español
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“There’s no freezer at Las Tapas. Owners Javier Pardo-Vinals and Linus Kovats have one rule: “Do it exactly like we do in Spain”. That means only the freshest ingredients, cooked in olive oil, a little stock and nothing else. There are no compromises – the bread is baked to a traditional Catalan recipe Pardo-Vinals’ mother had translated to English. He took it to the local Russian baker, who’s been making it ever since. Just like back home, the menu is scribbled on a blackboard above the kitchen and changes daily depending on the weather and seasonal produce. Ingredients are sourced from local markets or Pardo-Vinals calls farmers listed in The Field Guide to Victorian Produce when he wants to order a suckling pig or rabbits for his winter stew. Keeping to Spanish tradition, each dish has one main ingredient. Seasonal tapas choices could include local lamb cutlets, or maybe grilled artichokes with a serve of patatas bravas. One thing that never moves is the large pitcher of sangria on the bar, freshly made every morning. It’s backed by cocktails, plenty of bottled beers and an extensive wine list. You can come in here late and sit at the bar next to Alfredo, a main supplier and regular. He claims his jamón is so good it will convert a vegetarian. With the salsa music playing in the background and the rustic setting, you might forget which country you’re really in.”
  • Recomendado por 23 habitantes locales
Café
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“Spritely in the morning and moody in the dappled afternoon light, Hannah serves its coffee (Proud Mary), breakfast and lunch classics against the sweet sounds of vinyl. Having lived around the area for 20 years, owner Jason Bates (Mart 130, Grocery Bar, Hell’s Kitchen) wanted to create a space that felt more like a second home than a cafe, complete with a few personal touches. The industrial interior of the former shop has been transformed with a generous lick of dark slate paint, sleek timber furnishings and the warm glow of white paper lanterns. A record player and a vintage Rotel amplifier take pride of place behind the counter, along with Bates’ grandfather’s collection of National Geographic magazines from the 60s. Chef Mirko Richter (Fitzrovia, Royal Saxon), crafts a polished selection of breakfast and lunch classics with a few welcome twists. Think pink, peppered berries with your coconut pancakes, bursts of pomegranate in a bean-rich cassoulet, smoked trout instead of salmon, and octopus and purple congo potatoes in your salad. Drawing the locals with great coffee, food and a classy selection of vinyl, Hannah is the perfect morning and afternoon hangout.”
  • Recomendado por 18 habitantes locales
Gastrobar
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“Great gastro pub food and a happening bar scene- steaks, parmas, burgers- all quality”
  • Recomendado por 16 habitantes locales
Fruit & Vegetable Store
“The best for buying fruit, vegies and all the kitchen staples for the healthy traveller”
  • Recomendado por 16 habitantes locales
Light Rail Station
“Get trains and trams to the city, Richmond, Chapel Street, St Kilda or Brighton Beach”
  • Recomendado por 10 habitantes locales
Delicatessen y ultramarinos
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“This family-run bakery has been a favourite of Melbourne's Jewish community and bagel lovers alike for nearly 40 years, offering affordable kosher baked goods, dips and salads for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The 'Everything' bagel with smoked salmon, cream cheese and capers, is sumptuous and more-ish, and a steal for under $10. On Fridays, join the queue and grab a challah - a sweet brioche-like bread that Jewish families eat with Sabbath dinners. Really, any excuse will do to abandon the anti-carb rhetoric and embrace the simple and filling food that has made Glick's a Melbourne institution.”
  • Recomendado por 11 habitantes locales
Lugar para desayunar
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“Garage is the place to go for brunch classics. Avocado on toast anyone? You might be sitting on top of each other during the brunch peak times on the weekends, so pick your times wisely.”
  • Recomendado por 12 habitantes locales