by Dan Cunningham and Holly Bodeker-Smith
Updated April 9th, 2018
A welcoming hangout, focusing on classics with modern twists.
Even if you haven't been to this bakery in person, you'll probably recognise the name. Noisette is one of Melbourne's most prolific cafe wholesalers, and many of its breads and pastries show up at the best brunch spots around town.
A 19th Century pub turned communal cafe.
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.
In this big, food-loving city of ours, new restaurants open virtually every day of the year. Here’s our pick of the best new openings.