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Flavours Of Indus
Flavours of Indus serves a range of authentic and modern Indian dishes. There's an express lunch menu and takeaway is available.
Try the butter chicken, marinated Amritsari fish, palak paneer, or goat curry.
Mansae Korean Bbq & Bar
Mansae Korean BBQ is a modern yet authentic Korean restaurant. They use locally-sourced premium wagyu beef and high quality prime pork.
Pho Nung Vietnamese Restaurant
Pho is the common breakfast for Vietnamese. Fans of Pho know that broth is the hearth and soul of it, so Pho Nung put a lot of dedication combined with a secret recipe to make your soup as incredible as it can be.
Eva's Restaurant & Bar
Discreetly located in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD, Eva’s Restaurant & Bar brings you heartfelt home-style cooking with a contemporary edge.
Jiyu Thai Hot Pot
JiYu brings together Thai soup dishes and the modern Chinese hot pot concept. The menu includes Tom Yum and Tom Kha Gai (coconut soup), but their focus is on seafood.
Is there a better introduction to Korean cuisine than dragon chicken? Think KFC, Korean-style, with plenty of chilli and a Korean beer to finish.
Punch Lane Wine Bar Restaurant
Try one of Punch Lane's home delivery packs.
This cosy restaurant and wine bar is a pioneer of laneway dining in Melbourne and a favourite amongst theatre-goers and wine-lovers.
Hakata Gensuke is a Japanese ramen bar that specialises in pork bone noodle soup and dipping noodles. Gensuke tonkotsu soup is made using the highest quality fresh pork bones.
Hana is inspired by the adventurous spirit of the drive along Maui’s Hana highway, a Hawaiian winding, coastal road.
Hawker Chan has brought the world's cheapest Michelin-starred meal to Melbourne. Enjoy a range of Hong Kong-style barbecued meats: crisp-skinned soy chicken, pork ribs, and crisp-skinned roast pork. Eat with rice or noodles, plus seasonal vegetables.