Assorted Muffins, Sourdough toast, Whole grain toast, Free range eggs on toast, Italian scrambled eggs , Limonata, Aranciata, Pompelmo, Budino al cioccolato, Pannacotta
Set in a sub-basement in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD, Il Solito Posto has something for everyone, a casual or quick meal in the caffeteria or a more formal dining experience in the trattoria. The warm surrounds together with it’s buzzing atmosphere makes this Melbourne institution a place to keep visiting. Whether dining in the caffeteria or the trattoria, the Il Solito Experience is still humbling and exciting. Perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner the Italian inspired menus are something to keep returning for. This is one of Melbourne’s most renowned and well respected Italian restaurants.
Linguini marinara, Ciabatta alla parma, Bruschetta alla sicilliana, Minestrone, Antipasto del giorno, Linguini con gamberi e pistacchio, Fegatini di pollo, Garlic mushrooms, Calamari ai ferri, Mussels alla pescatore
Amiconi Restaurant is a fully licensed & BYO Italian Restaurant located in West Melbourne. We have been feeding Melbournians for over 60 years. In 1950’s The Amiconi family opened up a small eatery on 359 Victoria St, West Melbourne. The shop previously was a barber salon. They wanted to introduce their own home-style cooking to locals who in those days were the “Bohemians” of North & West Melbourne, mostly the university teachers and professors who regularly visited Amiconi. We love what we do and it’s not rare that we would remember what you drink and what your favourite dish is. We have great success in having our first-time customers return with their family, friends, or colleagues. The consistent quality of our food and service is the key and we’re committed to maintaining it for generations to come.
Antipasti, Salumi, Meatballs in Sugo, Mozzarella W Roasted peppers,PastaFarfelle w Zucchini Pesto, Casarecce w Beef Shin Ragu
Rosa’s Canteen is a modern venue overlooking the leafy green trees of Little Bourke Street. Serving up traditional, wholesome Italian cuisine with a lean towards Sicilian dishes. Giving a comfortable dining experience packed full of flavour. Reservations are recommended and large bookings are welcome. An exciting and unique opportunity to combine your love of good food and wine with your passion for travel: an exclusive fully-escorted 15-day holiday-with-a-difference, in beautiful Sicily. This exclusive small-group tour is fully escorted by Rosa Mitchell renowned for her successful Sicilian-inspired Rosa’s Canteen restaurant in Melbourne.
Aperol spritz, Negroni, Martini, Campari spritz, Marsala
Welcome to Giro D’Italia, Melbourne’s finest and utmost reputable Italian restaurant situated in lovely and picturesque St Kilda, located only 1.5 kilometers from the CBD. With a plethora of locally inspired dishes, authentic textures and flavours, delicious deli and a tranquil atmosphere; we cater to your needs and offer you a truly memorable dining experience. We offer a highly seasonal and perpetually evolving tasting menu experience to suit all customers.Our Italian cuisine is enriched with vibrant flavours and a plethora of culinary influences from around the world. Even as we know it, the Italian cuisine is imitated all over the globe, however, it reflects the cultural variety of its regions and diverse history.
Insalata caprese Buffalo mozzarella, cherry tomatoes, basil and evo, Formaggio Election of italian cheeses with accompaniments, Capesante Seared sea scallops, mushroom, lentils, spaghetti al pomodoro , Spaghetti with tomato, basil and parmesan, Tagliatelle alla bolognese, Tagliatelle with classic slow-cooked beef bolognese and parmesan
That’s what we offer our guests every day in our restaurant – the second we’ve opened in Melbourne – thanks to the exclusive prime produce, meat and fish, traditional recipes and preparation that retains the authentic flavour of all the ingredients. We prepare our dishes with the same passion and tradition that for over forty years has distinguished the cuisine at Da Guido’s, the famous restaurant located near Venice where our story originated.
Margherita Tomato, buffalo mozzarella, basil & murray river pink salt , Treviso Persian fetta, oven dried tomatoes, caramelised onions, basil , insalata Salad of bresaola, cos, rocket, black olives, croutons and parmesan with a dijon and white wine vinaigrette , Pesce Crispy skinned atlantic salmon with pea puree and a salad of tomato, orange, wild rocket
Established in 2005, we were among the first of the new school restaurants in Flinders Lane. Throughout the years our chefs have focused on a contemporary Australian interpretation of rustic Italian cuisine. 2nd generation Italian-Australian comfort food if you will; Italian enough for nonna and Australian enough for multicultural Melbourne. The venue itself is located in a historic 3 level warehouse which was the former site of Melbourne CBD’s RSL, dating back to the 1920’s. The address also happens to be the start of the Duckboard Place & AC/DC lane graffiti murals loop. With one of the largest footprints in Melbourne, we pride ourselves on offering lower density seating arrangements that’s conducive to both business and more intimate conversation.
Ostrica Oyster, fennel pinzimonio, finger lime , Caviale Beluga caviar, ricotta hot cake, seppia, Cuttlefish, artichoke, lemon, celery, Cime di rapa Broad bean, pea, pecorino, sourdough, orecchiette, Octopus, tomato, nduja, Ravioli Coda alla vaccinara, pine nut, sultana
Florentino is one of Melbourne’s most iconic dining venues beginning in 1928 and has influenced the changing hospitality and food culture in Melbourne. In 1999 it became Grossi Florentino after the Grossi family took its reigns. It is known and loved by many who have experienced the untiring hospitality of Grossi Florentino over the last century.
Cocktail canapes, Rissotto milanese milano style saffron soused
The name above that door is not mine but my father’s. Italianality, filtering Venice through a unique Australian expression, has been my way of continuing along that proud personal path.” Call it ‘the Milan end’ of Melbourne, Rinaldo does. Located on Spring St, opposite the Treasury Gardens, between Collins St and Flinders Lane, there emerges a truly unique space – imagined, created, curated – that lies at the nexus of all the Di Stasio energies that have come before it.Cittá is a culmination of sorts, a vibrant dynamic next step along a continuum of a challenge and of notions Rinaldo has been grappling with all his life. This is not only a commercial venture – though of course, he has never retreated from this aspect – but is also a vehicle to express and bring together all the aspects of Italo-Australian history, culture, place and heritage.
Freshly shucked ouesters lemon shallot white balsamic, Dlavoletti, Capesante
SUD is an intimate 45 seat Italian restaurant situated at 219 King street Melbourne This small upmarket restaurant on King st (between Lonsdale and Little Bourke) not only boasts fantastic seasonal produce, allowing the menu to constantly evolve daily but also an extensively dynamic wine list to compliment any meal, hailing from various regions of Italy as well as carefully sourced local producers. SUD frequently caters to a corporate clientele as the quiet, warmly lit ambiance promotes a comfortable familiar atmosphere.
Carpaccio di pesce crudo, Carpaccio of raw fish, Quaglia arrostita, Roasted gippsland quail, deboned, With mushroom and gorgonzola orzotto, And pancetta, agnolotti del plin, Agnolotti filled with roasted rabbit, pork , Veal finished in butter and sage
Scopri, which means to discover, or to find out, in Italian, comes directly from the experience gained in Italy by owners. They regularly travel through Italy, eating and drinking their way through its 20 regions, ‘discovering’ along the way the diversity of Italian food and wine – something unable to be gained anywhere else, introducing a seasonally varying menu with its traditional format of antipasto, pasta, main and dessert, using incredible local products from artisan producers.