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Eetcultuur in St Kilda

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“ Vogue Plaza. 670 Chapel St South Yarra. Across the road from where you are staying!”
  • Door 170 locals aangeraden
Pub
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“Great selection of beers on tap. Changes regularly. Gastropub food. Has a rooftop with a fireplace. live music, comedy and jazz nights.”
  • Door 95 locals aangeraden
Japanese Restaurant
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“A wee bit pricey but food is incredible. They don’t take bookings, and you may be waiting for a little bit - but there’s a heap of bars around whilst you wait!”
  • Door 60 locals aangeraden
Italiaans restaurant
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“Iconic St Kilda restaurant; it's an institution. Lovely staff and very good Italian home-style food. On the expensive side, but worth the money. No bookings, so arrive around 6ish if you want to get a table during busy holiday periods. ”
  • Door 92 locals aangeraden
Asian Restaurant
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“Inspired by the bustling hawker centres that are sprawled across Malaysia and Singapore. Great good.”
  • Door 64 locals aangeraden
Mexicaans restaurant
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“Bayside bar and taqueria Radio Mexico will satisfy any cravings you have for tequila, tacos and hot sauce with a simple, well-priced menu. The menu boasts hanger steak or salt-bush lamb tacos, rockling ceviche, and goals milk caramel with toasted coconut ice-cream for dessert. I suggest you order the chilaquiles - deep-fried tortilla chips with sour cream, avocado and salsa.”
  • Door 77 locals aangeraden
Wine Bar
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“If you want a good date place and love wine and cheese then this is the place for you. ”
  • Door 65 locals aangeraden
Café
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“Fave local cafe- at the end of Victoria street just on Chapel. Great coffee and brunch ”
  • Door 60 locals aangeraden
Visrestaurant
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“Claypots has amazing food in a romantic atmosphere. Enjoy the food of Mediterranean style seafood cooked in clay pots or enjoy the worldly live music on each night. I highly recommend this spot. ”
  • Door 70 locals aangeraden
Cafe
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“Fitzrovia takes its name from a historically bohemian neighbourhood in central London and also happens to be the Italian expression for Fitzroy Street. Owners Paul Jewson (a Melbourne-born chef) and Marco Pugnaloni (an Italian) spent two decades in the English capital. Jewson often found himself cooking with imported ingredients there, even while working at top-tier venues such as Soho House and River Cafe. At Fitzrovia, boxes of fruit and vegetables line the stairs and herbs peep out from the light fittings, trumpeting an opposing philosophy. Back-of-house, chefs draw on prime Victorian produce such as Jonesy’s non-homogenised milk, Milawa free-range chicken and South Gippsland lamb. That local thinking extends to the drinks, where 2 Brothers and Mornington Peninsula Brewery ales are listed beside wines from the Adelaide Hills and Yarra Valley. The exception to the rule are the wines from Italy – in deference to Pugnaloni’s heritage. On balmy nights they’re best enjoyed on the tiled porch, watching St Kilda’s colourful characters stroll by. Breakfast strikes the balance between fancy and comforting. The Toasted Door Stop Sandwich is jammed with Istra bacon, smoked mozzarella and pear relish. Crème brûlée French toast comes with banana, whipped mascarpone and toasted pecans. Lunch and dinner say more of Jewson's prior experience, featuring classic European proteins such as chicken saltimbocca or duck leg paired with rich sauces. But alongside the French and Italian techniques and flavours, there are welcome hints of Asia and the Middle East. Don’t leave without trying the umami-rich polenta chips with truffle oil and parmesan.”
  • Door 60 locals aangeraden
Vietnamese Restaurant
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“Called Uncle, a term of endearment and respect in Vietnam, the restaurant aims to be genuinely Vietnamese, if not meticulously so. That means pate with crackers, steak with chilli and coconut butter - Vietnamese flavours mixed with Chinese and French influences too. Perched above Blackhearts and Sparrows, the venue was designed by Adele Winteridge of Foolscap Studio, the aesthetic brains behind Patricia. Design has clearly played an important part in Uncle’s conception, with furniture by Northcote’s Steve Edwards and handmade Crockery by Fork Ceramics (Ruth Laird Spence, Spence’s wife), complementing Foolscap’s fit-out. With a working bar downstairs and al fresco dining above, Uncle is an enjoyable but affordable dining experience. Co-owner Rene Spence puts it this way: “The idea was for you to look at your bill at the end and say ‘Whoah, shit! Are you kidding me? Is it that cheap?’"”
  • Door 63 locals aangeraden
Australian Restaurant
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“How does a restaurant transform from serving breakfast in the morning to tequila shots on a grimy dance floor at 3am? Who knows but the Vineyard does it, well. ”
  • Door 63 locals aangeraden
Health and wellness
“25 metre indoor swimming pool on the esplanade, with beautiful views of Port Philip Bay”
  • Door 53 locals aangeraden
Bar
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“It's right on St kilda Beach foreshore. Have a great dinner and go outside for a few drinks to watch the unreal sunset. Spend hours easily here.”
  • Door 63 locals aangeraden
Japanese Restaurant
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“Japanese street food with a modern twist served in a hip place with fun decor & outdoor tables.”
  • Door 32 locals aangeraden
Café
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“Local diner style (1950s rustic). Good coffee and breakfast fare. Another St Kilda institution.”
  • Door 48 locals aangeraden