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Great place! The staff is very kind and the service is perfect! The best food and wine I had in town. The place is confortable and cigar smokers friendly... great decor as well with the British leather sofas.
Definitely coming back on my next trip...More
Grabbed a quick meal here before a show at the Princess Theatre. Kids loved the spaghetti and meatballs, adults enjoyed a tuna nicoise and a corned beef ploughman's plate. Serving sizes were just right for a light lunch. Lovely wine by the glass, with some...More
The service in this place is terrible! Years ago this was one of my favourite places to go for after dinner drinks. But a recent experience here with rude, arrogant staff will ensure I never return. I recently visited on business and the waitress treated...More
Does it get any better? The fancy end of town, up a stairway with no signage, a beautiful bit of space, and great view of Melbourne 1800s architecture. Well it does! A wine list that will have you reading all night and good food to...More
We had just seen a show it was 11:30pm and were told about it by our hotel concierge we missed it to begin with and walked straight past the door, when we found it we opened the big wooden door standing unnoticeably in the street...More
Blink and you'll walk straight past the single door entrance to this bar. A tastefully styled joint with plenty of history to it. Arriving very late on a Thursday night we were surprised to see it still so full of patrons. Thankfully got a seat...More
Next door to the Princess Theatre, this a great place for a post theatre drink/snack. A tapas type menu offers a great selection of share type options and a sensational selection of cheeses. The wine list is a must see with many options by the...More
Locals know that Chinatown is the tried and true place to eat before hitting the nightclub scene. The place simply buzzes, and the well-preserved buildings exude a sense of Imperial China stemming from immigration over a century ago. In restaurant after restaurant on Little Bourke Street, you'll find delicious dishes such as sizzling honeyed prawns, and value for your money. Stately matrons oversee family kitchens serving
up age-old recipes. The lighting may be unromantic, the patrons loud, and the service no-nonsense, but the food is sensational.