Situated at the end of Central Pier’s historic runway and housed in a 1914 heritage-listed cargo shed, Alumbra is an authentic warehouse conversion celebrating all that encompasses down town New York.
Bababoi kitchen and bar is a modern Malaysian Nyonya restaurant offering an authentic blend of Chinese and Malay cuisine. The cosy venue has a laid back atmosphere, with outdoor seating overlooking the Yarra River and Seafarers Bridge.
Situated over the water at New Quay Docklands, Berth offers spectacular city and waterfront views through floor to ceiling windows.
Bhoj means Indian feast, and that’s exactly what awaits you at Bhoj Docklands.
Bhoj is a Melbourne institution when it comes to Indian food.
Cargo in Docklands is a casual and dynamic eatery designed around sharing and drinking by the water. Try the chicken and chorizo paella, pulled BBQ pork burger or beetroot and ginger dip.
The only licensed gourmet fish and chippery in Docklands, Fish Bar leads the way with high-tech equipment and a great range of fresh products.
Kobe Jones prepare modern Japanese cuisine inspired by the best from the East and West.
NewQuay buffet celebrates its Docklands location and water views, and pleases all palates with a wide-ranging buffet-style menu.
Cherry-picking international flavours and techniques, NewQuay has a particular focus on pan-Asian dishes.
Enjoy Spanish and Latin American flavours at Oscar's Table including tapas, churrasco, tacos, seafood and more.
Housed in a former railway goods shed, Platform 28 stays true to its history by featuring cast-iron columns and other original details in its decor.
There are many places in Melbourne to snaffle great Thai and Vietnamese food, but few that mesh the two cultures so perfectly under the one teeny-tiny roof.
Saluministi was born from a love of making salami. Their focus has broadened to deliver the many other classic, old-school Italian foods they grew up with.
Free range pork is available.
Great steaks paired with a selection of flavours are the hallmark at Squires Loft, with more than a dozen Squires restaurants around the country.
Famous for its wood fired pizzas and excellent Italian food, Renzo's Bar was the first café to open in the Docklands precinct.
Stylish and modern, it exudes a warm and vibrant atmosphere.
As the name suggests, steaks are a highlight of the grills menu at Steakhouse 66, enjoyed with waterfront views through the floor to ceiling windows.
Sister restaurant to the Hofbräuhaus, the Hof Downtown serves fine traditional Bavarian cuisine, traditional biers and schnapps. A traditional German band plays Thursday to Saturday nights and the staff are friendly and helpful.
Mama Rumaan serves up Middle Eastern street food with a side of mischief. Designed to share, the menu is bursting with bold and authentic flavours, with her dishes reflecting culinary traditions passed down and perfected through generations.
Looking for somewhere to treat your guests to a stylish event in the heart of Docklands? Watermark Docklands offers four separate indoor spaces to accommodate your conference, seminars and meeting requirements.
Woolshed is one of Melbourne’s gastronomic hotels of choice. The expansive heritage listed space with lofty ceilings is the perfect bones for a beautiful dining and entertainment venue.