TOP 18 LUNCH SPOTS IN MELBOURNE

 

I love the saying … “Ladies who Lunch”

 

Because really, is there anything better than making a long lunch with the girls in Melbourne– be it on the weekend or during the work week?

There are ENDLESS lunch options in Melbourne, so rounding up this list was a challenge. Never fear, we may update it sometime shortly– we’ll keep eating our way across the city and burbs in search for the last midday feed!

 

Here are our Top 18 Lunch Spots in Melbourne:

. Din Tai Fung

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” The world’s most famous dumpling specialists.”

 

Emporium Melbourne– 287 Lonsdale St, Melbourne

www.dintaifungaustralia.com.au

  1. Mr. Burger

 

” Look out for the big orange trucks on the streets of Melbourne.”

 

Many locations across Melbourne and new food truck locations popping up all the time!

 

Mr. Burger Food Truck

Corner Flinders St and Swanston St.

St Pauls Court, Melbourne.

mrburger.com.au.

  1. Cafe Paradiso.

 

” Delicious, how-they-should-be wood-fired pizza.”

 

215 Camberwell Rd, Hawthorn East.

paradiso-Camberwell. com.au.

  1. Kitty Burns.

 

” Their seasonal menu and gorgeous interiors will make for the perfect lunch with your ladies.”

 

24 Acacia Place, Abbotsford.

kittyburns.com.au.

  1. The Journal.

 

” Great location and toasties.”

 

253 Flinders Ln, Melbourne.

journalcafe.com.au.

  1. The Stables of Como.

 

” Beautiful surrounds, beautiful breakfast bites and beautiful service.”

 

” Perfect Armadale lunch spot– byo girlfriends and your goss A-game.”

 

Cnr Williams Rd & Lechlade Ave, South Yarra.

thestablesofcomo.com.au.

  1. Grapeseed.

 

1084 High St, Armadale.

  1. Chuckle Park.

 

” The trendiest laneway caravan in Melbourne.”

 

322 Little Collins St, Melbourne.

chucklepark.com.au.

  1. The Kettle Black.

 

” Number 1 pick = Fresh Crayfish in an ash roll”.

 

50 Albert Rd, South Melbourne.

thekettleblack.com.au.

  1. Prospect Espresso.

 

” You can’t go past their namesake The Prospect Burger.”

 

2A Prospect Hill Rd, Camberwell.

prospectespresso.com.au.

 

Au79 – Melbourne Lunch Spots.

 

  1. Au79.

 

” This gorgeous new cafe in Abbotsford is as good as gold.”

 

27-29 Nicholson St, Abbotsford.

au79cafe.com.au.

  1. Oscar Cooper.

 

” Perfect lunch stop when you are shopping Chapel Street.”

 

160 Greville Street, Prahran.

oscarcooper.com.au.

  1. The Public Brewery.

 

” The best microbrewery in the burbs– See you there for a Sunday sesh.”

 

3 Lacey St, Croydon.

thepublicbrewery.com.au.

 

  1. Chin Chin.

 

” Where the only two words you need to know are … Feed Me!”.

 

125 Flinders Ln, Melbourne.

chinchinrestaurant.com.au.

  1. Feast of Merit.

 

” Great eats for a great cause– A social enterprise where 100% of profits go to YGAP”.

 

117 Swan St, Richmond.

www.feastofmerit.com.

  1. Entrecote.

 

” Classic French menu, whipped up in a lively, stylish restaurant.”

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131-133 Domain Rd, South Yarra.

www.entrecote.com.au.

  1. Laneway Greens.

 

” For all the salad lovers out there.”

 

2/242 Flinders Ln, Melbourne.

lanewaygreens.com.au.

 

  1. Kong BBQ.

 

” The best Korean meals in Melbourne.”

 

599 Church St, Cremorne.

www.kongbbq.com.au.

Who would have thought making macarons with Adriano Zumbo would be so fun? Whenever I cook food, the only fun part is the eating bit. I’m the furthest thing from an aspiring pastry chef … or any chef for that matter. When given this invitation to attend Adriano Zumbo’s Master Class (hosted by Renault), I quickly picked up my phone and contacted my foodie-friend Sarah. There was no way this invite was going to the non-sweet eating boyfie. Yes, I hate his self-control too.

 

So the next step was to try to figure out how I could find some severe self-control from within and attempt to eat in ‘moderation.’ Eating in moderation is always easier said than done, especially when accompanied by a close friend and kind people who enjoy the taste of food as much as you do.

 

Now being a huge advocate for health and fitness, I had to figure out how these macarons and high tea at Fancy Nance was going to fit my macros …

 

They weren’t.

 

Who would have thought making macarons with Adriano Zumbo would be so fun? Whenever I cook food, the only fun part is the eating bit. I’m the furthest thing from an aspiring pastry chef … or any chef for that matter. When given this invitation to attend Adriano Zumbo’s Master Class (hosted by Renault), I quickly picked up my phone and contacted my foodie-friend Sarah. There was no way this invite was going to the non-sweet eating boyfie.

 

 

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