Where to find coffee and breakfast after you've done a lap of the lake.
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Melbourne's most iconic burger shop.
Pizza is king here, but the former DOC owner behind this Italian joint is also making “antipasto sexy again”. Enjoy it all with minimal-intervention wines from Italy.
Sophisticated, contemporary-Indian dishes in a spectacular space.
A beachy brunch and lunch spot from the duo that brought us Moby 3143.
The cellar alone is worth $1.5 million, with 6000 bottles of wine, and spirits from 888 premium labels across Australia, France, China and Europe. Settle in for refined Cantonese and Sichuan fare and spectacular views.
A local institution for both eating and taking away.
Exceed your nutritional needs.
Middle-of-the-road decor but exquisite food.
Service doesn’t get much more genuine than this.
A cafe championing simple, ingredient-led food and genuine hospitality.
Real ice cream that you can never get enough of.
Designer shoes, bags and sunnies in Albert Park.
Bringing a bit of NYC to Albert Park.
Sandy feet are welcome at this beachside cafe serving Brazilian-style Cheesymite scrolls, Korean chicken bao and Chilean-style hotdogs.
An eclectic mix of staples for every woman's wardrobe.
The light-hearted Spanish approach permeates through this store that features Jeans for both men and women.
Traditional Japanese fare with an imposing sake selection.