A restaurant that's solely devoted to the Chinese bun.
One of the best bowls of pho in town.
Pizza that's clean, uncomplicated and all about the flavours.
The cheekiest hot dog stand in the city.
Traditional Japanese fare with an imposing sake selection.
A Mecca for pizza lovers and the fresh flavours of executive chef and owner Karen Martini.
Mexican street food brought to a food-filled corner of Melbourne.
A playful Taiwanese restaurant in South Melbourne.
It’s the simple burger joint Melburnians have fallen hard for.
A taste of Victoria Street on the south side.
An affordable, healthy and friendly Vietnamese restaurant in the northern suburbs.
A not-strictly traditional Korean dining experience that's fun and fresh.
The sister restaurant to Chin Chin and Kong is all about pizza.
Mexican with a San Francisco flavour.
An Athenian souva bar by George Calombaris.
The self-proclaimed queen of rice paper rolls in Sydney and Melbourne.
A Vietnamese canteen-style cafe gracing a food-neglected part of the CBD.
Authentic, slow-cooked American barbeque.
Fresh pasta made just in time for your lunch break.
Fonda takes a relaxed approach to Mexican street food
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St Kilda has a good share of Melbourne’s best places to eat. There is a lot to try with some established dining-institutions, cheap and cheerful vegetarian food, new ventures and some establishments by celebrity chefs. Here are a few suggestions to help you make a start.
Where to dine at the bottom end of Chapel Street.
Don't forget a dollop of tahini.