Serving dishes to share and savour, Arintji boasts breath-taking views of the Yarra River and CBD in the alfresco atmosphere of Federation Square.
In many ways, Beer DeLuxe is the best kept secret in Federation Square.
While many already know Beer DeLuxe for its famous burger bar on the top level, some are yet to discover the fantastic cafe, salon bar, dining space and beer garden.
Serving contemporary Chinese cuisine from the Yellow and Yangtze River regions, Bokchoy Tang specialises in steamed dishes, dumplings and seafood.
Menus range from banquets to dim sum, vegetarian dishes, chicken, fish and seafood.
At family-friendly Café Chinotto, it’s all about the Mediterranean. Wood-fired pizzas, pastas and salads are served with a relaxed, friendly attitude.
Ideal for a casual lunch or evening meal.
Chocolate Buddha is a Japanese-inspired communal dining room in the centre of the action at Fed Square, specialising in ramen, donburi and sushi.
The Crossbar Cafe provides a modern and bright space for you to take a break during your visit to the Ian Potter Centre at the NGV Australia gallery.
A view of the Yarra River complements the light snacks, coffee and beverages on offer.
At the top of Fed Square, Il Pom Italian restaurant offers Melbourne’s best people-watching perch over a coffee, lunch or dinner, pinot, grappa or birra. Just look for the red umbrellas.
In a Rush serves a delicious array of freshly prepared soups, salads, toasted paninis and hand-cut sourdough sandwiches.
Soups are made daily, and are free of preservatives, colours or additives.
Pilgrim is an intimate waterfront venue that offers a boutique range of Australian wines and spirits. It has an intuitive approach to salt and fat ‘drinking food’.
Relax in comfort right on the water’s edge.
Time Out restaurant and bar is located in Federation Square – the ideal location to grab a bite to eat, or have a coffee or drink with friends. Enjoy a leisurely breakfast, served till 3pm daily.
Visit the Transit Rooftop Bar to enjoy expansive views from the balcony, from the MCG to Southbank. Or show off Melbourne’s impressive city sky scape to your interstate and international guests.
The Transport Public Bar is at the very centre of Federation Square. With trams and trains all around this is the epicentre of activity in Melbourne.