Top 10 Inner Suburb Restaurants

1. Saint Crispin

A modern restaurant in a beautiful setting with a focus on seasonal and local produce

Visit the Saint Crispin website.

2. Union Dining, Richmond

A lovely Euro style bistro with great food and slick service. A simple yet great value for money menu offers a la carte and share options.

Visit the Union Dining website.

3. Charcoal Lane, Fitzroy

An innovative and contemporary native Australian dining restaurant, housed in a beautifully restored bluestone building with excellent service from disadvantaged youth in training.

Visit the Charcoal Lane website.

4. Hell of the North, Fitzroy

A hidden restaurant just of Smith St, their French menu is heavenly –  A We Know Melbourne favourite.

Visit the Hell of the North website.

5. Rumi, Brunswick East

Amazing Lebanese tapas-style dining in a modern and inviting setting.

Visit the Rumi website.

6. Cicciolina, St Kilda

Sometimes chaotic, sometimes crowded, sometimes loud but always serving amazing Italian fare in a very atmospheric setting. Worth the wait for a table!

Visit the Cicciolina website.

7. Cutler & Co, Fitzroy

Another Andrew McConnell restaurant, this fine dining restaurant is a constant favourite amongst Melbourne diners.

Visit the Cutler & Co website.

8. Newmarket Hotel, St Kilda

Enjoy Latin street food, BBQ’d meats and spicy seafood, in a vibrant yet relaxed hotel atmosphere.

Visit the Newmarket Hotel website.

9. DOC, Carlton

Fantastic homemade pizza made with imported produce served with loads of Italian charm, just a short walk away from Lygon St.

Visit the DOC website.

10. Caffe e Cucina, South Yarra

One of Melbourne’s pioneers of authentic Italian food, stylish but with charming Italian service.

Visit the Caffe e Cucina website.

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