Restaurants

Azabu Juban

Restaurant

A Japanese bar and restaurant in Yarraville.

Bar Romanee

Restaurant

This swish bar – decked out in emerald marble and plush velvet – was once a Bakers Delight. Now, it's a buzzy bistro and wine bar from a former Fitzroy Town Hall head chef and the owner of nearby wine bar Barkley Johnson. Visit for a caramelised-onion baguette, whole fish swimming in miso butter and a peachy aperitif cocktail.

Village Cantina

Restaurant

This bright, buttercup-yellow restaurant is inspired by the owner's travels through Central America. Entrees lean North American and include jalapeno poppers and chilli fries. Things get more serious at mains, where tacos, quesadillas, burritos and nachos are made with La Tortilleria tortillas.

L'uccellino

Restaurant

A solid neighbourhood pizza restaurant, with low lighting and white tablecloths.

Navi

Restaurant

This restaurant celebrating nature, native Australian ingredients and craftsmanship hides on a quiet residential street.

Friend or Pho

Restaurant

Take a journey across Vietnam.

Cafes

Mabu Mabu

Cafe

This Indigenous-owned cafe’s name means “help yourself” – apt for a venue that’s all about sharing meals and engaging with Torres Strait culture and cuisine.

Advi's Falafels

Cafe

Most of the menu here is vegan (including the baklava), with one notable exception: deep-fried haloumi fries. And the Lebanese-style falafels are served like an open souvlaki on pita with hummus and four types of salad.

Dad and Dave’s

Cafe

The best spot for Yarraville commuters to get their morning coffee.

Butcher 128

Cafe

A converted butcher shop where families now congregate for breakfast.

Wee Jeanie

Cafe

One of the more relaxing cafes in Yarraville.

Heal.Thy Self Co.

Cafe

A healthy cafe with a naturopath at your service.

Bars

Barkley Johnson

Bar

Products from Australia, Italy and Spain keep this neighbourhood enoteca thrumming.

Shops

The Sun Bookshop

Shop

A little trove of titles servicing Yarraville’s literati.

Plump Organic

Shop

Organic goodness in Yarraville Village.