by Dan Cunningham and Holly Bodeker-Smith
Updated April 23rd, 2014
High-quality botanical skin, hair and body products.
Custom-made Australian furniture and vintage pieces from Europe.
A patch of Eden for the aspiring kitchen gardener.
Bagels and bread are just the beginning.
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.