Eight Melbourne Culinary Hubs That You Can’t Afford to Miss
Everyone loves a city with a secret and in Melbourne there are many. Lose yourself in the labyrinth of laneways and discover independent boutiques, eateries and café culture with coffee that is becoming known as some of the best in the world.
Melbourne is acknowledged by many as the food capital of Australia for the innovation of its chefs and fresh, quality produce. The city’s eclectic dining scene fuses a myriad of cultures and flavours from all around the world.
1. China Town CBD – Daily yum cha is a must. You need to brace yourself for the vast variety of dumplings, noodles, Asian cuisines that are on display in the Little Burke Street food precinct.
2. Lygon Street Carlton – The Italian Street. The best pasta, risotto, pizza, gelato and Italian fashion in town!
3. Flinders Lane CBD – The heartbeat of master chef competitions. Schools of cutlery thoughts and cooking techniques find their finest crowd and food critics here.
4. Sydney Road Coburg – A blend of Middle Eastern spices fly through this street. Walking down the road and your stomach will feel transversed with time.
5. Smith Street/Gertrude Street Fitzroy – Hard to move because outstanding menus and interiors dominate this precinct. You have to walk slowly to explore all the secret spots here.
6. Brunswick Street Brunswick – Soul foods, soul themes. It’s a very long and busting street with well established tastes in art, music, food, and earth.
7. Chapel Street Prahran – A place for the young and beautiful. Exciting pubs and bars and even more fascinating places around Greville Street scene.
8. Burke Road Camberwell – Well centred to a community that’s long known for their production of fine actors and artists. Restaurants, cinemas, bookstores, and more mature crowds.