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Punjabi Curry Cafe has a very visible tandoor (clay oven) around which you can see the chef prepare delights such as lamb cutlets, kebabs, tandoori prawn, chicken tikka and, of course, naan bread.We can accommodate over sixty guests in our comfortable dining hall.
The Empress Hotel is a renewed and revamped take on a North Fitzroy icon. Retaining the classic corner pub atmosphere The Empress Hotel is brought into the contemporary with Chef Lucy Warner’s Modern Australian take on classic pub cuisine with Italian flare. The public bar features craft beer from Melbourne and further afield, as well as ever changing selections of wines and boutique spirits. Enjoy the light filled dining hall, available for group bookings large and small, private dining or casual dinner with friends and family. Food and drink offerings are flexible, with set menus, canapés and a la carte available for group bookings. Doing away with the dingy and dank of corner pubs of the past, Publican Guy David has torn the roof off what was once a band room to reveal a sun filled beer garden perfect for long summer days and alfresco all-day dining. The Empress Hotel in North Fitzroy offers live sports, Modern Australian pub fare and features craft beer all to be enjoyed in the cosy public bar, the newly renovated dining hall or the sun speckled leafy beer garden.
Welcome to Fitzroy Town Hall Hotel! Fresh new life has been pumped into this classic public house by chef Sean Donovan and his team. A series of cosy and intimate beautifully curated spaces offering a wide range of drinking and dining experiences have been created. The venue offers four distinct areas, a traditional yet stylish public bar complete with vintage tiling, wood panelling and a snug offering premium craft beverages and casual dining spaces. The bistro dining room has a hunting lodge feel with rich tartans, textured wallpaper and ambient lighting alongside a juxtaposing light, green and lush conservatory feel dining area.Exclusive private dining is offered in the old wine cellar and is perfect for a range of special occasions from intimate wedding parties to corporate events. The upstairs level has been restored to its former glory to offer a flexible and accommodating space. This gorgeous area will cater to dining, functions, bar and lounge areas and access to the balcony which overlooks Johnson Street.Fitzroy Town Hall Hotel offers a variety of generous, quality driven, unpretentious dining experiences as well as accommodating those who simply wish to come in, pull up a bar stool and enjoy a nice cold beer!Our menu focuses on seasonal, fresh, artisan ingredients with a European flavour. Premium beef and seafood, smokey wood bbq and rotisserie echo Donovan’s rustic and generous yet finessed style of cooking. Ultimately our goal is to recreate the ambiance of the quintessential corner pub that offers excellent food with Donovan’s well-known generosity in portions and flavour.
Sousou fascinates all who gaze upon her effortless charm; French music, eclectic art scenes capturing many nudes, cane and marble furniture spill out onto the pavement, beautifully worn woods, an endless leather banquette, copper and parchment chandeliers and the carefully selected wines await in her 'cave bien approvisionee'. Taking a fresh approach on classic French fair, the kitchen relies heavily on local, seasonal and sustainable produce to present a menu that is timeless but still manages to excite and wet the senses.
Taking it's name from a George Orwell essay, Moon Under Water is the dining room at the heart of Builders Arms Hotel, a landmark public house on Gertrude St, Fitzroy. Awarded Victoria's Hottest Restaurant 2012 by The Australian, Moon Under Water is a gorgeous setting for Andrew McConnell and Josh Murphy to present their acclaimed food. Moon Under Water provides a weekly changing, four course prix fixe menu focusing on the best seasonal produce available, which can be paired with matching wines. Sommelier Campbell Burton has crafted a carefully considered wine list which showcases low intervention wine and small producers. Coming to Moon Under Water provides the opportunity to relax and appreciate this unique dining experience. Moon Under Water is open for dinner Wednesday through Sunday from 6pm and lunch on Sunday from midday.
In 1982, Mamma Vittoria combined her love for cooking and meeting people by opening a typically Italian, family restaurant in Smith Street, Fitzroy, Mamma Vittoria’s.Since that first day she has been lovingly serving her customers nothing but the very best. Always family owned and operated, many of her family have spent their time working in the restaurant. Today, one of her sons, Riccardo, has the run of the kitchen, cooking up new tasty dishes to complement her traditional, Italian inspired, Mamma Vittoria favourites.
Come to Queen Margaret for Italian style thin crusted pizzas, a delicious selection of tapas, boutique beers and excellent wine list.
The woodfired oven is the centre of attention at Ladro, as chef Tristan White pulls out gorgeous artisan pizzas that are among some of the best you'll find in Australia. Roasted meat dishes also get the woodfired treatment, and it's hard to resist starting off with such tasty entrees as arancini that are as small as they are divinely crisp. The modest wine list is impressive for its size and includes quite a few quality Italian drops. Ladro is almost like the anti-pizzeria, featuring spot-on service, stylish surrounds, and a fashionable Fitzroy clientele enjoying the casual-but-not-too-casual vibe.
Feldman’s is a bit of everything: a place to catch up with mates, a local haunt to enjoy craft beer after a hard day, a last minute family dinner spot or simply a place to reminisce about The Goonies. – AgendaCity
Gertrude Street Enoteca is a great little bar, cafe and restaurant serving good, honest Italian cuisine.
Serving many traditional Japanese dishes, from sushi / sashimi to tempura, noodles to hot pot specialties cooked at your table, the choice is easy to make.You can enjoy your meal at Matsu Hashi in a relaxed quiet environment that can fit up to 60 people, surrounded by Japanese decorations and a sushi bar where you can sit and eat at.
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