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Melbourne Eats : La Camera / Bacash

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La Camera

La Camera is a great place for some classic Italian food, delicious aperitivos or just a simple plate of antipasti. You’ll find a whole raft of delicious dishes including risotto, loads of pasta, delicious pizzas and great seafood dishes. If you’re looking for a place to have a private function, their balconies are a good choice.

Location: Shop MR2/3 Southgate Ave Southbank 3006

Email: eat@lacamerasouthgate.com

Website: www.lacamerasouthgate.com

Tel: (03) 9699 3600

 

Bacash

Bacash celebrates the fresh flavours of seafood in all its seasonal variety, with the zing of Middle Eastern ingredients and Mediterranean style. Starters on the menu include char grilled baby calamari, oysters and seared sea scallops. You’ll find rare roasted duck breast and pressed confit duck leg or the Tasmania Cape Grim eye fillet steak for those who aren’t so keen on seafood.

Location: 175 Domain Rd South Yarra 3141

Email: www.bacash.com.au

Website: www.aru.net.au

Tel: (03) 9866 3566

 

 

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Melbourne Eats: Crossley St Cantina/ Nomad

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Crossley St Cantina

Crossley St Cantina combines the best of Spain with quality local Australian produce, wine and spirits. It’s a warm and inviting late-night affair that believes in great food and even better booze.

Don’t miss the Bottomless Brunch on weekends.

Location: 30-32 Crossley St, Melbourne CBD 3000

Email: enquiries@crossleystcantina.com.au

Website: https://www.crossleystcantina.com.au/

Tel:  +61 3 9193 4555

Nomad

Nomad’s food is inspired by travels through Spain, Morocco and the Middle East and cooked with fire and smoke. They believe some of the world’s finest produce is grown here in Australia,especially so in Victoria, and have sourced produce from local growers who share that same belief.

Location: 187 Flinders Lane, Melbourne, VIC 3000

Email: eat@nomad.melbourne

Website: https://nomad.melbourne/

Tel:  +61 3 8419 2800

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Melbourne Eats: Yakimono/ Robata

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Yakimono

Yakimono celebrates food cooked over fire, in a high energy Japanese-inspired eating house. The menu pays homage to traditional cooking-over-charcoal methods. The restaurant features an open-plan kitchen in the centre, with seating that allows diners to view all the flame-grilling action.

Location: 80 Collins St, Melbourne VIC 3000

Email: eat@yakimono.com.au

Website: www.yakimono.com.au/bookings

Tel: (03) 8616 7900

 

Robata

Robata Japanese Grill takes inspiration from a centuries-old Japanese grilling technique. The menu features a selection of yakitori and kushiyaki skewers, all cooked to perfection over Robata’s custom-built charcoal grill. There’s also sashimi, nigiri, pork katsu and select cuts of premium beef.

Location: 2 Exhibition St, Melbourne VIC 3000

Email: info@robata.melbourne

Website:  www.robata.com.au

Tel:  (03) 9989 3575

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Melbourne Eats: The Boatbuilders Yard / The George On Collins

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The Boatbuilders Yard

The Boatbuilders Yard is a bar and cafe designed by Six Degrees architects. The venue retains the cultural heritage and charm of Melbourne’s famous maritime precinct, nestled beside MCEC and the Polly Woodside sailing ship, with a modern design twist on its centrepiece, an original historic shed.

Location: Level 1/15 Collins St Melbourne 3000

Email: address:enquiry@theboatbuildersyard.com.au

Website: www.theboatbuildersyard.com.au

Tel: (03) 9686 5088

 

The George On Collins

Cargo is a casual and dynamic eatery by the water in Docklands. The menu features global influences presented in a modern Australian style with loads of pizzas, a handful of burgers, a selection of paella and a hefty sharing menu if you feel like grabbing loads of small dishes to split among friends.

Location: 162-168 Collins St Melbourne 3000

Email: manager@thegeorgeoncollins.com.au

Website: www.cargorestaurant.com.au

Tel: (03) 9663 7226

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