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Planning lunch or dinner out with friends? Albert Park has some of the best dining options including restaurants that offer everything from fine dining to cheap casual lunches with a glass of wine. Choose from some of the best venues with waterfront, by the lake and City views.

 

If you're looking for a cool restaurant in one of Albert Park's food precinct’s including, Aquatic Drive (near the Grand Prix circuit), Bridport Street, Albert Park Beach, Victoria Avenue and Albert Park Village or for BYO, Japanese, Italian, Thai, Seafood or Indian dining, we make it easy to discover the perfect place for your next Saturday night out, private dining experience or group Sunday lunch. Many top restaurants have been reviewed by Melbourne’s food critics and are also perfect to celebrate your next special event including birthday, engagement, cocktail, Christmas or corporate party. It’s that simple!

10 of the best Restaurants view map

  • Aja
    Aja

    Aja is short for a Journey to Asia. The inspiration comes from the spring rain in the field, the fragrance of fresh cooking, the pick of early morning greens and the harvest from the fisherman's basket. Signature dishes cooked from simple recipes inherited from a belief of "eat fresh: live happy". A practice that makes this restaurant separate from the rest.

    Albert Park, Victoria
  • Mediterraneo Charcoal Restaurant
    Mediterraneo Charcoal Restaurant

    Taste the difference of aged steak and fresh produce grilled to perfection using authentic Mallee Root Charcoal. Guaranteed gluten free. Pure natural flavours. Great wine list - Gourmet Traveller Magazine One Glass Award winner 2009-2013.

    Albert Park, Victoria
  • Eis
    Eis

    In August 2001, the long-held dream of Chef Aoki was realised, his own restaurant in Bridport Street, Albert Park, named Eis (Eis is the phonetic alphabet of the word Ace). His passion for food and everyday life is displayed in his simple and elegant design of the menu. He believes that elegant and refined food is possible in Japanese cuisine, and this relies on a chefs training and creativity, technique, ingredient, freshness of produce and presentation on the plate. The interior and re-branding of Eis is created by award-winning architect, Architects EAT, who was responsible for the design of Maedaya Bar which won the 2008 Interior Design Award for hospitality interior. They have use their signature black and white finish to make Eis becomes now fresh, airy, simple and chic. With these as the forewords, Eis welcomes you to the next chapter of the restaurant in this re-launch in November 2008. Awards: The Age Cheap Eats 2005-2008 & The Age Good Guide 2008.

    Albert Park, Victoria
  • L' altro Mondo... Restaurant
    L' altro Mondo... Restaurant

    L' altro Mondo... located at 125 Victoria Avenue, in Albert Park, moments from South Melbourne beach and a short drive from the hustle and bustle of the city. Sitting amongst the terrace houses, the light and airy 50 seater restaurant has an outside area with tables overlooking the garden. There is a bar area if you just want to have a drink and some house made salami, whilst watching the passing traffic. Sit down to enjoy either the a la carte menu, which is the more traditional style of Italian cooking that Chef Domenico De Marco has devised, or if you wanted to really experience the new modern take on Italian food, then prepare yourself for a 5 or 8 course tasting menu. Domenico has created the tasting menu to be a harmonious balance of flavour and texture to not only excite but to challenge the way you think about what can be done to italian cooking techniques. The small but well thought out wine list concentrates on Italian and Australian producers. BYO for wine is also available (corkage applies). Every Sunday there is an Italian style lunch ($45pp), which is all you can eat. Every week something different is on offer, from house made breads, salami, pastas, whole roasted pigs, and, if you have any room left, desserts. Domenico's cooking philosophy is to make as much as possible in house and to show that there is a way to have a fusion of Italian and other cuisines. L' altro mondo Sample Menus

    Albert Park, Victoria
  • The Point
    The Point

    The Age Good Food Guide proclaims ‘this is a serious restaurant with a team that knows what it's doing.' The professionals at The Point are dedicated to excellence, educated in the traditions of fine dining, still fond of white linen tablecloths and fine china, but not at all stuffy. Dining with them is a truly fulfilling experience. Executive Chef Justin Wise’s menus take a contemporary approach to classic cuisine, making use of not only the best produce but some key luxury ingredients such as caviar, truffles and an expansive range of beef aged to exacting specifications on site. The Express Lunch Menu offers a fantastic well-priced entree into dining at The Point Restaurant, with 2 courses and a glass of wine for $40 per person; the Tasting Point degustation showcases a wider range of dishes, at $165 for 8 courses. The cellar, established and carefully tended over The restaurant’s 17 year history,comprises both hallmark international wines and those from innovative local producers. A team of sommeliers is available to match wine to your chosen dish, or perhaps vice versa! The Point is conveniently located 10 minutes from Melbourne’s CBD, set on Albert Park lake amongst serene parklands, with ample parking directly outside of the venue. Private dining is available for special celebrations or corporate entertaining in either the intimate Private Cellar, or the larger light-filled space overlooking the lake.

    Albert Park, Victoria
  • Lord Cardigan
    Lord Cardigan

    Lord Cardigan is fast becoming one of Melbourne’s favourite Albert Park restaurants. Lord Cardigan’s menu is distinctively Australian with European and Asian influences. John produces thoughtful and beautifully presented dishes of great flavour and character. The menu reflects his desire to create dishes that remain in the memory and linger on the taste buds. The wine list is small, interesting and carefully chosen, comprising Australian and imported wines to complement the menu and the season. Of course it’s not food alone that makes a great dining experience. Attention to detail and friendly atmosphere will make you feel at home and have you telling all your friends about Lord Cardigan.

    Albert Park, Victoria

Restaurant of the month

The Vincent
111 Victoria Street, Albert Park, Victoria, Australia

Embark on a flavour-rich journey for all the senses. The Vincent's European-inspired menu has been designed to be sampled, shared and savoured with culinary options and dining spaces to suit every occasion.

Perfect for intimate evenings, quick nibbles and long business lunches; our a la carte menu includes a wide selection of small bites to stimulate the palate, shared plates and substantial dishes from the land and sea.

Our Head Chef prides himself on sourcing the freshest seasonal produce and best cuts of meat. A superb fusion of classic cooking techniques and fresh culinary concepts, his menu denotes a seamless blend of old and new.

Everyday dining just got more interesting at The Vincent.

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