More than just great Vietnamese.
Our favourite spots for breakfast, coffee and cheerful vibes between Victoria Street and the Yarra.
Looking for the perfect pre-game pub? Or just a quiet spot for a glass of wine? We've got both, and plenty more.
When it comes to pubs, this is one of the best areas in town.
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Szechuan fried chicken and frosty Japanese brews in an izakaya-like space.
Fusion doesn't have to be a dirty word. Not at this modern Vietnamese restaurant with an Australian influence, anyway.
The food at this Japanese diner is far from traditional, but it's authentically simple.
Colourful walls, colourful food. That's the proposition at this loosely South American eatery with a strong vegetarian slant.
A neighbourhood local for wine, a feed, or a spot in the “sunroom”.
A Richmond institution with classic pub food and a large open beer garden.
Northern Italian fare in a dimly lit osteria.
The sister restaurant to Chin Chin and Kong is all about pizza.
It’s the biggest and boldest of all the Hanoi Hannah venues.
The team behind Toji Sake delivers hibachi-grilled yakitori skewers, Wagyu with beef-fat butter, and crunchy tofu-skin duck gyoza alongside sake Margaritas and cold Japanese beer.
A not-strictly traditional Korean dining experience that's fun and fresh.
An izakaya with a sake focus.
A pub decked out like a movie set.
A local Richmond favourite.
Whether or not you buy into the contentious theme, this colourful Thai eatery is a heap of fun.
Grass-fed Angus beef and a top-secret marinade, served on brioche.
A near-iconic, cheap, bustling Chinese BBQ and seafood restaurant.
An authentic slice of Neapolitan pizza in Richmond.
Greek food made by a Greek guy.
Modern Greek food by a former Masterchef contestant.
This all-day spot serves contemporary Asian-Australian cuisine in a sleek Richmond setting.
Pizza, disco, parmas, prosecco. It's all in an Italian pub-within-a-pub.
Sushi unbound by tradition.
Twelve-hour marinated meat and complimentary kimchi for all.
One of the best bowls of pho in town.
If it ain't broke, don’t fix it. That’s the thinking at this 50-year-old steakhouse.
Known for two Vietnamese specialties: sizzling pancake and steamed rice paper rolls filled with minced pork and wood-ear mushrooms.
Fonda takes a relaxed approach to Mexican street food.
All-day dining room with an expansive menu.
Basic Roman-style pizza done well.
Sushi at a supremely exquisite level.
Polished South East Asian cuisine on Swan Street, Richmond.