From burrata pizza to burrata salads, fresh burrata recipes and more. Here’s where to get this delicious cheese in Melbourne.

Where to buy fresh burrata in Melbourne

You’ve tried it all, and now it’s time to make your own burrata recipe. Melbourne’s best cheese shops and local delis have the good stuff. Head to DOC, Milk the Cow, King and Godfree or the Corner Larder to make your cheesy dreams come true.

Lord Lygon’s burrata with fennel jam

Cheese and fruit: it’s an iconic duo as old as time. Watch the semi-soft delight fall away into a plate of caramelised fennel jam and tart balsamic at Lord Lygon. You can also find this perfect pairing on the menu at Nomad. Ask the staff what’s pouring from the lush wine list – we recommend pairing with a glass of pinot grigio. 

A ball of cheese on a bed of caramelised fruit.
Lord Lygon

Farmer's Daughters preserved lemon burrata

With three levels dedicated to Victoria’s best produce, you could go from dusk till dawn at Farmer’s Daughters. Start in the relaxed surrounds of the ground floor deli, where share plates pair perfectly with a bev or two. Burrata here is served with organic zucchini, smoked chili and preserved lemon.

Pascale’s burrata and tomato salad 

Slick city staycay spot QT Melbourne is known for its rooftop, but we can’t get enough of resident restaurant Pascale. The vibe is New Orleans French Quarter, but the menu leans European. A classic pairing of fresh burrata, heirloom tomatoes and lush basil leaves is the perfect way to start your meal.

A ball of cheese on a plate of tomatoes.

Vapiano’s burrata pizza 

What’s better than a thin crust, rich tomato sugo and premium prosciutto? When it comes served with a creamy burrata cherry on top. Vapiano on Flinders Lane crowns one of their most popular pizzas with the soft, creamy cheese for your dining pleasure.

Becco’s burrata gazpacho 

Crossley Street sensation Becco is known for classic Italian atmosphere and an expansive wine list. Fresh to the menu is a glorious cucumber gazpacho. Served with paper thin crostini, artisan cow’s milk burrata and basil infused olive oil, it's a must order for Melbourne cheese lovers.

More of the best cheese shops in Melbourne

RIPE Cheese

Offering over 50 varieties of Australian cheese, from the Dairy Hall at the Queen Vic Market.

Spring Street Grocer

Cheese, gelato, groceries, coffee and gourmet foods all under one roof.

Bill's Farm

Delicatessen with farm-fresh and gourmet produce from Australia and around the world.

The French Shop

Queen Victoria Market stall selling imported and local cheeses and French specialty smallgoods.

Last updated on Tue 20 Sep 2022

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