Collins Quarter - Melbourne CBD
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.
Ordered a prawn and chorizo pasta dish which presented poorly and lacked any real flavor. At $30 it was well overpriced
Really enjoyed my dining experience. Beautiful old building in leafy Collins St. It had a great buzz on a Friday night with people indoors and in the rear garden having after work drinks and something to eat. I had a lovely booth to myself and I very friendly waiter sat down next to me to go through the menu options. The food was lovely and quite well priced. Would definitely go back again
Great venue with good food. Only issue was they delivered and charged us for 2 side dishes that we did not order and would not take them away.
Food was brilliant. Service was great. Highly recommend