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Inner City's best restaurants based upon thousands of OpenTable diner reviews
Still a special place; but the service and food didnt live up to my experience of a few years ago. Waiters seemed to be rushed and performing by rote. The service felt a bit like an assembly line as we watched table after table go through the same degustation routine of dry ice, flaming, cheese course etc. I doubt we’ll be back even in a few more years. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Great food, fresh home made pasta with exceptional ingredients, service was attentive and well suited to the venue. Cosy fireplace is perfect for cold Melbourne days, would definitely go back again, but the kind of place you go to every day for lunch, is a special occasion lunch venue for sure. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Allegro Restaurant Melbourne offers stylish yet informal dining in the heart of the CBD.
The Westin Melbourne's signature restaurant, Allegro serves up a continuously evolving, seasonal menu, complemented by an extensive wine list.
Guests can choose to dine on the outdoor terrace at this Melbourne restaurant among the green foliage of Collins Street’s trees or inside where an open kitchen shows the culinary team at work.
Whether stopping in to enjoy the well-priced express lunch menu or a more formal a la carte dinner, Allegro’s commitment to quality ensures every meal is a winner.
Its close proximity to the Regent Theatre ensures its a popular destination for pre-theatre dinner and drinks.More
Since 2007, Collins Quarter has seamlessly entwined business and pleasure from breakfast until well after dark. Our perfect mix of purpose-built rooms, intimate nooks and open spaces offer a variety of settings for almost every occasion.
Collins Quarter occupies a Victorian terrace, built as consulting rooms and a residence in 1872 by Dr. Robert Martin. Today, Collins Quarter boasts an inspired blend of 19th and 21st century design within its polished but relaxed quarters. Entering from Collins Street, you’ll be immediately seduced by the sophisticated European elegance of the new Doc Martin’s aperitif and digestif bar. From there the rest of the venue unfolds, revealing Colin’s Pub, Private Dining Room, The Magnolia Courtyard, Blind Alley Bar and Pink Alley Bar.
Quite simply, no other single venue in Melbourne offers you more. Collins Quarter undoes the top button of sophistication to deliver the quality the Paris end of Collins Street demands.More
Soak up the polished atmosphere of The Westin Melbourne’s Lobby Lounge bar and library, complete with open fireplace and comfortable club chairs. Relax with a book from the hotel's library as the staff blends you the perfect pot of tea with special brews from Jing Tea, presented in elegant oversized glass tea pots. Find a restful spot for pre-theatre cocktails and light meals, or take some time to unwind with an after work beverage. More
Sunda is a confluence of vibrant South East Asian flavours and native Australian produce orchestrated by Head Chef, Khanh Nguyen.
Influenced by the bold flavours of South East Asia, Sunda’s menu will see the more daring and unexpected elements of Indonesian, Malaysian and Vietnamese cuisine brought together - using lesser known ingredients and techniques.
Sunda _ offers both an a la carte and set menu with the option for matched beverages.