by Dan Cunningham and Holly Bodeker-Smith
Updated 5 months ago
A big cafe recreating the pleasure of the 19th hole: camaraderie, cocktails, coffee and food.
With bubble and squeak and a fish-finger butty, this cafe is a Pom’s take on Melbourne brunch.
A cafe backed by pub, club and fine-dining pedigree.
Rustic dining and top-notch espresso alongside Malvern station.
A vibrant patisserie and cafe in Malvern’s back streets.
Named for the amount of coffee in a standard shot of espresso.
This family-run bakery offers Middle Eastern baked goods you can eat on the go. Find fragrant shakshuka and sabich pockets with a twist. Plus, loaves of bread, Jewish sweets and hot coffee.
Hand-pulled noodle houses in Chinatown. A lavish dining room in a neo-gothic building. Italian steakhouses on Flinders Lane. And more.
The restaurants shaping Melbourne’s culinary scene, from old to new, affordable to pricey.
Here's where to order your next celebration cake (or post-lunch single slice).