Many consider Melbourne to be the food capital of Australia. Visitors are always surprised at the incredible amount of places to eat and drink, both in Melbourne’s city center and the inner suburbs. You will find everything from Italian, Greek, French, Lebanese, Japanese, Vietnamese, Chinese, Thai and so much more.
Many of Melbourne’s precincts are famous for their woof. From the Greek cuisine found on Lonsdale Street to the fine Italian food of Carlton’s Lygon Street, to the wonderful selection of Chinese restaurants along Little Bourke Street in Chinatown, Melbourne’s food selection is endless!
For a wonderful dining experience, you can experience modern Australian cuisine at many specialty restaurants. Many of Australia’s modern restaurants feature a touch of European or Asian techniques.
For those searching for a romantic setting, you can dine on the Docklands, where you can enjoy magnificent views of Melbourne’s skyline and enjoy the ambiance of the waterfront.