Flinders Lane has long been a culinary destination. Ronnie di Stasio (Cafe di Stasio) got his start here in 1985, with the fabled Rosati. Restaurants have come and gone in the interim, but the eight-block stretch remains a dining powerhouse; the Spring Street end in particular. Here are our picks on Flinders Lane itself, and very close by.

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Kisumé

The most ambitious Japanese restaurant in Melbourne.

175 Flinders Lane, Melbourne

Ezard

A fine-dining icon since 1999.

187 Flinders Lane, Melbourne

Cumulus Inc.

Andrew McConnell's day-through-night diner.

45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne

Cumulus Up Wine Bar

Directly above Cumulus, with many of the same charms.

Level 1 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne

Supernormal

Refined Japanese and pan-Asian food, courtesy of Andrew McConnell.

180 Flinders Lane, Melbourne

Maha

A sharp Middle Eastern restaurant by star chef Shane Delia.

21 Bond St, Melbourne

Chin Chin

Worth the two-hour wait (just go and have a drink elsewhere until your table is ready).

125 Flinders Lane, Melbourne

Coda

The European-Vietnamese-Australian menu is hard to describe, but easy to love.

Basement 141 Flinders Lane (corner Oliver Lane), Melbourne

Tonka

Modern cuisine loosely inspired by India.

20 Duckboard Place, Melbourne

MoVida

The restaurant responsible for setting off Melbourne's love of Modern Spanish tapas.

1 Hosier Lane, Melbourne

Cecconi's

A handsome, traditional Italian eatery that grows its own produce.

61 Flinders Lane, Melbourne

Hihou

An intimate izakaya.

First Floor 1 Flinders Lane, Melbourne

Pastuso

Colourful Peruvian from the team at San Telmo.

19 ACDC Lane, Melbourne

Saké Restaurant & Bar – Flinders Lane

Traditional Japanese made with modern techniques.

121 Flinders Lane, Melbourne
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