As distinctively Melbourne as a laneway wine bar or winter football match at the ’G, Stalactites is one of the city’s oldest and best-known restaurants.
Who hasn’t dropped in for a midnight souvlaki or slice of spanakopita, taking advantage of Stalactites’ 24-hour licence? Or dined in with friends, sharing dips, platters of grilled meats and rustic home-style dishes from the Peloponnese region of Greece?
An essential stop-off in Melbourne’s Greek precinct, Stalactites serves Greek breakfast to early birds – scrambled eggs with fresh tomato, feta and toast – or a breakfast souvlaki with bacon and eggs.
In the evening, share a banquet meat platter with lamb and chicken giros and homemade Greek rissoles. And to finish? Homemade baklava and galaktoboureko, of course.
Stalactites and its little sibling Hella Good, were the first Greek restaurants in Australia to be accredited by Coeliac Australia.
177-183 Lonsdale Street
Melbourne VIC 3000
Phone: 9663 3316
* Open 24 hours daily
Caters for: Vegetarians, Vegan, Gluten-free
Mains from $20 to $40
Payment method accepted
All payment types
How to get there
Public Transport Victoria