Opened in Autumn 2018, Chinacy Restaurant & Bar strikes a balance between Chinese and Australian cultures and hospitality. The name 'Chinacy' is a portmanteau of the words 'Chinese' and 'harmony' and the restaurant lives up to this name perfectly.
The brainchild of Chef Dylan Evans whose resume includes stints at some of the best restaurants in the world including Noma (Denmark), Caddie is a venue which is versatile enough to take you from a drink at the bar over some snacks to a decadent long dinner.
Alter Dining is the latest venue from the Commune Group as they enter a new era showcasing a more considered restaurant experience that encapsulates modern-day Melbourne, where cultures and cuisines align.
High tea is all about tradition and grandeur and where more traditional or grand to indulge in this decadent ritual than The Hotel Windsor in Melbourne, which has been serving its sumptuous Afternoon Tea since 1883.
Tokosan opened up on Greville Street, Prahran late last year as the 'cheeky sister' to Toko (complete with a karaoke room!) and offers a fast-casual dining experience set against a cool Japanese style backdrop.
Osteria 20 is a stunning Italian eatery on Glenferrie Road in Hawthorn. If you are looking for a sophisticated yet rustic Italian feasting experience, this restaurant should be at the top of your list.
In truly Melbourne style, Archie Green is tucked away in a laneway. Venture in and your eyes will be greeted with a slick all-day dining venue which boasts plenty of splashes of greenery (as its name would suggests).
Recently opened Farro has truly established themselves as maestros of the Fitzroy pizza scene. If you are looking for quality pizzas of the gourmet kind, this pizzeria should be at the top of your list.