The Best Restaurants on Flinders Lane
Flinders Lane has long been a culinary destination. Ronnie di Stasio (Cafe di Stasio) got his start here in 1985, with the fabled Rosati. (And now runs Di Stasio Citta just up the street.) Restaurants have come and gone in the interim, but the eight-block stretch remains a dining powerhouse, particularly the Spring Street end. Contemporary Chinese diner Lee Ho Fook is a favourite for its inventive flavour combos. While Cumulus Inc. continues to offer all-day dining at a high culinary level. These are our knockout picks on the iconic street itself, and very close by.