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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A polished Italian diner that’s ditched the traditional red-and-white tablecloths for contemporary art and modern plating techniques.
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.
Sourdough pizzas with a small environmental footprint.
Booze and burgers, American style.
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 local boozer and dining spot with an eye on paddock-to-plate eating. And a 24-hour bottle shop.
Bimbo Deluxe pioneered the beer-and-$4-pizza formula. Lucky Coq replicates it just as well.
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.
Contemporary takes on traditional Greek dishes – and dairy-free baklava.
Creative Californian-Japanese food among 1960s Japanese art and modern, plush surroundings.
One of Vietnam's top restaurateurs, in Melbourne.
A burger joint with extreme creations, spiked shakes and ’90s hip-hop.
Fish and chips, but not like the old days.
Pizza made the Naples way.
A vibing Asian beer hall from the group behind Chin Chin, Kong and Baby.
A late-night sub shop with a tropical-themed cocktail bar hidden behind a coolroom door.
Sake and 80s throwbacks flow freely in this neon-lit Japanese eatery.
A BYO, down-to-earth spot for dumplings and other yum cha classics.
A taste of Victoria Street on the south side.
Healthy fish and chips on the go.
Modern Japanese from the team behind Saigon Sally and Hanoi Hannah.
A Chapel Street stalwart you can rely on.