Where to find coffee and food in the inner north suburb.
Find a burger on Sydney Road, Indian in the back streets, vegan Vietnamese and more.
What’ll it be? An elegant wine bar or a rock’n’roll American barbeque spot? We’ve got both, and everything in between.
Where to drink along Lygon Street and surrounds.
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Family-grown chickpeas. Fluffy Israeli pita. Warm hummus. House-made pickles. Home run.
From the owners of Tom Phat, Bhang serves Indian street food in the north.
There’s finally a place to drink good wine again on this stretch of Sydney Road. And there’s house-made charcuterie, roasted cauliflower and lightly Asian-accented fare on the menu.
All-vegan kebabs, halal snack packs and boreks in Brunswick. Plus, there are gluten-free options, colourful salads, dukkah-dusted chips and cardamom-spiked Turkish coffees.
Vegan-friendly Vietnamese. Yes, it exists.
Melbourne’s original burger truck, in bricks-and-mortar form.
Still hungry for more Mexican?
A very cool, very Italian bar with $20 grazing Sundays and famous meatballs direct from NYC.
It’s beer, sandwiches and 1960s Americana at this laid-back spot.
A burger joint lovingly recreating the best of US-style fast food.
A mix of business – from boutique beers to summer punch and Asian cuisine served Spanish-style.
Some of the best fried chicken in town.