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Wood-fire sourdough pizza is the star at this wine bar, which pours natural wine, wild brews and coffee. Plus, grab sourdough rolls for lunch loaded with fillings such as mortadella, or a fancy omelette on the weekend.
Take a seat at the stone counter for a 10-course sushi degustation, or order fish-skin crackling, miso-marinated black cod, and savoury steamed custard topped with foie gras à la carte.
Fresh, handmade pasta rolled from the best possible ingredients is the draw at this intimate osteria.
This multifaceted space couples the drop-in spirit of a pub with the food of a more polished eatery.
This playful Taiwanese-Japanese restaurant in South Melbourne (no relation to Fitzroy's Peko Peko) is a fun eatery that doesn't take itself or its delicious menu too seriously.
This intimate restaurant – with a nondescript entrance under an office building – specialises in the Japanese tradition of tempura: a battering and frying technique that leads to surprisingly light and refreshing dishes.
Gastropub fare in plush surrounds.
Take a break from market shopping with a hit list of filling dishes from across South East Asia.
This once-esoteric fine diner has a more approachable format under executive chef Elijah Holland. It’s serving chic, accessible food that defies any one cultural influence.
Fresh pasta made just in time for your lunch break.
Refined, sophisticated Japanese dining in an understated setting.
Nahji Chu’s third Vietnamese tuckshop remains on a good thing.
A smoke and meat-driven restaurant inspired by a chance encounter at a market in Spain.
A Turkish cafe and restaurant right in the middle of the South Melbourne Market.
A pub with a softer side.
Claypots romance: live music, seafood and drinks every night of the week.