Melbourne’s Top Foodie Experiences

We think we’ve finally nailed it with this list of our top picks below. (Disclaimer: I might have been a little loose with the term Melbourne – let’s say Melbourne and surroundings. I promise, you can do them all in a day trip or less).

Cafe Terroni, Yarraville

Cafe Terroni, a cosy little Italian in the heart of Yarraville serves a mix of family favourites and more creative dishes. 

Go Mad with Mukka Holi Event (Sunday 5th May)

This Sunday (5th May) popular Fitzroy Indian restaurant will be hosting their second annual Go Mad with Mukka event to celebrate Holi. After last year’s sell out success, this year they’re back, bigger and better! 

Willis and Anderson, Yarraville – Review

Willis and Anderson enjoys a tree shaded outdoor dining area to the front as well as indoor dining and a covered area which can be closed in winter. On the menu is typical brunch fayre, with a salads, wraps and burgers on the lunch menu. 

Evie’s Disco Diner, Fitzroy

Great, smiley staff, unique concept and delicious food, it’s hard to find something not to love about Evie’s – Fitzroy’s vegan (or not) disco diner.

Pacinos, Flemington

Pacinos is an expansive casual eatery just around the corner from Flemington Racecourse and Melbourne Showgrounds. With parking right outside and plenty of choice on the menu, it’s great for all the family.

Ciao Mamma, Brunswick – Review

Accredited gluten-free, and with fresh pasta made on site daily, Ciao Mamma, off Brunswick’s Sydney Road provides a fresh Italian dining experience of custom pasta dishes.