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Seafood and stunning ocean views – it's no surprise this is such an institution.
The cool younger sibling to chef Andrew McConnell’s CBD restaurant. Make the trip out for the share-friendly pan-Asian dishes, stick around for the Japanese desserts.
The casual downstairs restaurant of the rebuilt Stokehouse.
Izakaya-style dining with views of Port Philip Bay.
This personable institution has been around since 1995 and retains a huge base of regular customers who love its classic, consistent menu.
Californian flavours are the focus at this gastropub in St Kilda.
The word institution gets thrown around a lot, but Ronnie di Stasio's elegant Italian diner has well and truly earned the accolade.
All-day dining backed by two decades of cooking experience.
This Cantonese resturant up the stairs at Melbourne’s iconic Esplanade Hotel has incredible views and Chinese cuisine classics.
Meaning ‘community’ in Japanese, Machi is inspired by its St Kilda location and eclectic culture.
Gluten-free naan? Indian nachos? You can find them here.
Fresh and varied fare to rival that of any Southeast Asian island.
There’s only one rule at this Spanish eatery: no cutting corners.
A heaving two-storey pub and nightclub from the duo behind Saigon Sally, Tokyo Tina and Hanoi Hannah.
Stay up late with pintxos and wine.
Mediterranean-skewed dining and a space full of modern flourishes.
A stylish Indian diner from the family behind the acclaimed Bombay by Night.
This striking, forest-themed dining room has been a destination for pizza and other Italian classics since 2004.
Artisanal 12-inch pizza bliss south of the Yarra.
The name says it all.
A fromagerie in St Kilda and Carlton with a selection of cheeses to rival all others – and a late night licence that sets it apart.
Forty-nine varieties of tequila and Latin American fare to match.
Traditional Sri Lankan cuisine married with modern techniques.
High quality, home-style Cantonese food.
Fast food without the mystery-meat aspect on Barkly Street.
Authentic, no-fuss Italian since 1993.
Head beachside for magnificent views and swanky potato cakes.
This pizza place is quick, cheap and tasty.
The duo behind Fitzroy’s The Catfish takes those hoagie rolls south.
Mexican with a San Francisco flavour.
One of Melbourne’s original Mexican restaurants, and still one of the best.