Where to dine at the bottom end of Chapel Street.
Track down the best food and coffee at the bottom end of Chapel.
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This spot from the Hanoi Hannah and Tokyo Tina crew is all about spicy birds: with a Vietnamese take on duck à l’orange and charcoal chicken with burnt chilli. Plus, there’s cocktails made with charred grapefruit and burnt plums.
A polished Italian diner that’s ditched the traditional red-and-white tablecloths for contemporary art and modern plating techniques.
A handsome, cosy space you can spend hours in traversing a menu of Middle Eastern favourites borrowed from its elder sibling, Maha.
Sake and 80s throwbacks flow freely in this neon-lit Japanese eatery.
A local boozer and dining spot with an eye on paddock-to-plate eating. And a 24-hour bottle shop.
A vibing Asian beer hall from the group behind Chin Chin, Kong and Baby.
A taste of Victoria Street on the south side.
One of Vietnam's top restaurateurs, in Melbourne.
Pizza made the Naples way.
Contemporary takes on traditional Greek dishes – and dairy-free baklava.
Booze and burgers, American style.
Bimbo Deluxe pioneered the beer-and-$4-pizza formula. Lucky Coq replicates it just as well.
A BYO, down-to-earth spot for dumplings and other yum cha classics.
Sourdough pizzas with a small environmental footprint.
Under the light of a mirror ball enjoy DIY rice paper rolls; osso bucco congee with Chinese doughnuts; and a Black Angus, brisket and bone marrow pho.
A late-night sub shop with a tropical-themed cocktail bar hidden behind a coolroom door.
Creative Californian-Japanese food among 1960s Japanese art and modern, plush surroundings.
A traditional Italian restaurant in the heart of Chapel Street.
There's choose-your-rim Margaritas, gyoza-skin tacos with soy-braised beef short rib and a focus on fresh ceviche and tostadas.
A burger joint with extreme creations, spiked shakes and ’90s hip-hop.
Fish and chips, but not like the old days.
Healthy fish and chips on the go.
Modern Japanese from the team behind Saigon Sally and Hanoi Hannah. This spot won't be winning any prizes for authenticity, but it gets top marks on the fun factor.
A Chapel Street stalwart you can rely on.