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Red Spice Road
From the moment you step inside Red Spice Road, you’ll be transported away from Melbourne and feel like you’re in the heart of Asia. This buzzing dining environment has all the energy of a busy Asian metropolis, right in the heart of Melbourne.
Hasti Bala Bar
Hasti Bala jungle bar on the third floor of the Carlton Hotel makes a statement. Providing a wild labyrinth of verdant tropical vines. intimate velvet booths, and a DJ booth framed by an elephant head, you won’t be short of conversations starters.
Mui Karaoke has the latest k-pop culture karaoke tracks, and is well established within the Korean community. There’s a choice of karaoke machines, with a large variety of songs. Sing along with your favourite artists in the private rooms.
Diesel bar and eatery serves up lunch and dinner daily. Start your day with Middle Eastern avocado: poached free-range eggs, avocado hummus and pickled turnip on ciabatta, dusted with sumac. Smoked salmon optional.
Mesa Verde's aim is to pair the beauty of long-established Mexican flavours and techniques with Australian innovation and creativity.
Loch & Key
Loch & Key is upstairs from Captain Melville, at the site of Mac's Hotel, Melbourne’s oldest pub. The private booths and wood finishes lend an air of intimacy, yet the bar remains friendly and unpretentious.
Doc Martin's @ Collins Quarter
European in influence and atmosphere, Doc Martin’s @ Collins Quarter is an elegant place to dine by day and a buzzing bar by night, featuring the most substantial range of aperitifs and digestives in Melbourne.
The Queensberry Hotel is an iconic inner city, heritage-listed venue. Established in 1854, it is one of Melbourne’s oldest institutions. This vibrant local meeting place is family owned and run.
The Elephant and Wheelbarrow
No other venue screams British pub quite so loudly as the Elephant and Wheelbarrow. There's a huge range of beers, live music and sport every weekend with an English menu to boot.
Melbourne Central Lion Hotel
Looking for ye old English style pub in Melbourne Central? Make your way to level three for live bands, beer on tap and coverage of all the big sporting events.