Best Delicious Restaurants in Melbourne | Where to eat in Melbourne

Melbourne is the place for Australian culinary connoisseurs as well as those who want to try this special culinary trend. National cuisine is a balanced fusion of British, Chinese, Malaysian and Japanese culinary traditions and trends. In addition to ethnic dishes, locals also have an Italian and Greek dish. Restaurants that specialize in this culinary trend are found everywhere.

You are traveling in Melbourne and want to enjoy delicious Australian food at an affordable cost. Here is a list of affordable eateries for you.

Miss Katie’s Crab Shack

Hidden in the Ding Dong Lounge live music venue in Chinatown, Katie’s Crab Shack has become a delicacy in Melbourne, a place for many tourists’ cravings. If you come here, do not hesitate to try the pot of shrimp, fried chicken and waffles, salmon and Louisiana style water in Old Bay Bay.

The seafood is really yummy,  especially Spanner Crab. There was plenty of buttery sauce. The sausage was delicious. The service was pretty good. The place was a little cold. But otherwise, a nice meal with nice cocktails.

Address: 325 Smith St, Fitzroy VIC 3065, Australia

 

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Ha Noi Hannah Express Lane

This is a delicious Vietnamese restaurant in Melbourne. To avoid queuing up at Ha Noi Hannah, head to the nearby restaurant serving Hannah’s take away dishes. There is a small table in the house that allows you to watch the chefs cook Vietnamese dishes.

A few suggestions on the restaurant’s menu include vermicelli salad with roast chicken or beef noodle soup, or try different dishes like pork belly, or fried beef. About 20 AUD and you are full.

Address: 186 High St, Windsor VIC 3181, Australia

 

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Stalactites

A restaurant in Melbourne, open 24 hours, about 30 years old, is located on the corner of Russell and Lonsdale Street, the ideal destination for those who want a hearty Greek meal in the midnight hours. Choose from a variety of soft sandwiches, flat breads, and scrumptious sauces and a variety of meats on the menu or Saganaki (a Greek cheese dish) and souvlaki.

Great Greek restaurant. Fast service, tasty food and affordably priced. Cool decor and the staff are friendly. Had a gyros with chips and moussaka special. Seating also upstairs. Sometimes have to queue at times at busy times. Take away option is also popular.

Address: 177/183 Lonsdale St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

 

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Huxtaburger

If you like German-style hamburgers, look no further than Huxtaburger. A $ 9 huxtaburger filled with beef, mustard, mayonnaise, tomato sauce, tomato, cheese, lettuce and pickles. You will be completely satisfied with the large portion of the burger.

Anyone who claims to have eaten the best burger in Australia but does not mention Huxtaburger is a liar. That sweet, toasty brioche bun! The mix of mayo, mustard and ketchup! The juicy patty! Do yourself a favour and eat one of these. They are even better if you are hungover.


Address: 357 Collins St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

 

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Empress of China

You can choose a large portion of dumplings, steamed dumplings or rice with curry, noodles …. For $ 7.50 to $ 10. Affordable eateries will stimulate anyone’s taste buds. The dish that is often preferred by many customers is steamed meat dumplings, fried chicken with pork and scallions. The restaurant’s extensive menu will make you love this place.

Incredible venue, BYO alcohol for all those lovers or pairing wine with their food. Amazing atmosphere, always packed though so if you want somewhere quiet this place is not for you. Prices are near impossible to beat for the size and quality of the meals you get, especially their classic dumplings and rice or noodles meals. Overall an incredible location if you’re looking for a great feed with friends.
Address:120 Little Bourke St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
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Jimmy Grants

This is a delicious restaurant in Melbourne founded by the famous chef of MasterChef Australia, George Calombaris. At the soft Jimmy Grants pita is wrapped with tender meat, shrimp or falafels, or gluten-free souva, with chicken and yogurt tahini.

If you are really hungry then you can order a set of “Greek” that costs around $ 35 for two including lamb or chicken, salad, dips, chips and pita. Don’t forget Calombaris’s famous loukomades – Greek donuts with walnuts, honey and cinnamon.

Address:427 Church St, Richmond VIC 3121, Australia

 

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Mamak

If you like Malaysian food, go to Mamak with affordable prices and good customer service. You will have to wait in line because the shop is quite crowded. For only $ 6, you can order roti canai, consisting of a roti and 3 dipping sauce. You can have a scrumptious murtabak for $ 10 (roti stuffed with chicken or lamb and vegetables). You can enjoy a nasi lemak for $ 9.

Nasi lemak with fried chicken dish (each part is worth from $ 4), will captivate you incessantly. Inside Mamak, the roti is made fresh on the spot by the staff.

Address: 366 Lonsdale St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

 

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Dessert Story

Why not try the sweet desserts at Dessert Story. The branches of this gourmet Melbourne restaurant open quite late, even on weekends. Their smooth and smooth tofu pudding is a must-taste, and the mango-flavored snow ice will help dispel the heat on summer days in no time. Those who love sweetness, do not miss this shop.

This restraunt is one of the best dessert places in Melbourne. They have many dishes that are different to anything other you tasted before. They have crushed ice, which might seem an odd dessert, but with the right flavours it has a delicate flavour that is difficult to achieve with most desserts. The bubble tea at this shop is delicious, and there are many different options on the menu to choose from. Dessert Story have rated 10/10 on variety, flavour and uniqueness from their customers.

Address: 195 Little Bourke St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

305 Swanston Street, Melbourne, VIC 3000, Australia

 

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Belles Hot Chicken

This famous Colonel Sandars retro-styled restaurant in Fitzroy is known for giving you the familiar Southern-style fried chicken but at a level of ‘higher’ spiciness (and deliciousness)! At Bells, you will first choose dishes like fried chicken breast, chicken drumstick, chicken wings, fish or mushrooms and then choose how spicy you want to enjoy – from mild to super spicy. Besides, there are many other equally delicious side dishes such as collard greens, Old Bay style fried potatoes with sweet and sour sauce. Our selection is Belles branded blue cheese!

Address:150 Gertrude St, Fitzroy VIC 3065, Australia

 

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Lentil As Anything

Lentil As Anything is a non-profit vegetarian restaurant that allows its diners to pay the amount they deem worth the food they are enjoying. It brings to everyone nutritious dishes featuring Indian and Sri Lankan cuisine and most of them gluten-free. This restaurant is a popular place for tourists and students to gather by bustling gatherings. The menu of the restaurant is changed every day from vermicelli laska with coconut milk to crispy fried pakora with onions and Nepali cake with cashew nuts, cardamom and coconut cream.
Address: 1/3 St Heliers St, Abbotsford VIC 3067, Australia

 

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