10 unique, unusual dining experiences in Melbourne 2017. Looking for the best quirky and eccentric restaurants in Melbourne Australia? Or Victoria? I went hunting in Melbourne for a chance to eat out somewhere truly unique and Melbourne served up. Why settle for the best restaurants when you can have the most unique and eclectic? From an Ice Bar, to a Titanic Reconstruction, to a Harry Potter theme night. We've got eccentric Melbourne restaurant interiors, crazy restaurant menus, food ideas.

10 Unique and Unusual Dining Experiences in Melbourne (Part 2

Check out 10 unique and unusual dining experiences in Melbourne 2017 (part and feast our eyes upon an ice bar, a Titanic supper and much much more.

The 38 Essential Melbourne Restaurants

The 38 Best Restaurants in Melbourne

Known for its cool city laneways, graffiti-filled streetscapes, and rooftop bars, Melbourne is a mecca for food-obsessed travelers. There& an elaborate sense of hospitality and food culture that.

Naked for Satan, Fitzroy, Melbourne. Super cool restaurant and bar. LOVE this place!

Naked for Satan, Fitzroy, Melbourne. Super cool restaurant and bar. Fitzroy is a trendy place.

Chuckle Park Bar, Melbourne Austrailia. Ideas: Hanging airplant mason jars, back of an old trailer for drinks/pub food, astro-turf

Photos: Melbourne's Hottest Restaurants, Bars, and Neighborhoods

Melbourne& many laneways hold hidden treasures, like the Chuckle Park Bar, serving tapas and cocktails such as raspberry mojitos and espresso martinis from a camper off Little Collins Street.

ATELIER RUE VERTE le blog: Melbourne / Restaurant : Feast of merit /

Melbourne / Restaurant : Feast of merit /

Feast of Merit — Richmond, Melbourne. kind-hearted restaurant celebrates the Indian people who party till there's nothing left. 2 minutes walk from our apartment The Richmond Club

MoVida sits in a cobbled laneway emblazoned with one of the world’s densest collections of street art – it doesn’t get much more Melbourne than this. Line up along the bar, cluster around little window tables or, if you’ve booked, take a table in the dining area for fantastic Spanish tapas and raciones .  Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/australia/melbourne/restaurants/spanish/movida#ixzz3hVAbj8tg

MoVida in Melbourne, Australia

Established in Flower Drum continues to be Melbourne’s most celebrated Chinese restaurant, imparting a charmingly old-fashioned ambience through its dark …

My favorite cafes, restaurants and bars in St. Kilda, the beachy suburb of foodie heaven Melbourne // www.hummingbirdaway.com

Melbourne Neighborhoods: Where to Eat and Drink in St. Kilda

'Brooks', 115-117 Collins St, CBD (03 9001 8755).  Restaurant review | Gourmet Traveller

'Brooks', 115-117 Collins St, CBD (03 9001 8755). Restaurant review | Gourmet Traveller

Maggie Beer's top 5 Melbourne restaurants

Whenever Maggie Beer visits Melbourne, she makes a point of checking out the local dining scene. These are her current top five places to dine.

Hanoi Hannah, Prahran #vietnamesefood #bar #Melbourne

Trendy Vietnamese bar in Prahran with affordable prices, fast turnovers, and a decent selection of street-inspired food.

All the best restaurants in Melbourne are tucked away from the unknowing eye. Movida, in Melbourne's CBD is one of them. Brilliant vibe.

All the best restaurants in Melbourne are tucked away from the unknowing eye. Movida, in Melbourne's CBD is one of them.

Vegan Eats in Melbourne. Melbourne is a creative and inspiring city with a flourishing vegan scene. At the epicenter of it all is the vibrant Brunswick Street in Fitzroy (1.5 miles from the CBD); in addition to Smith & Daughters, The Cruelty Free Shop, Vegie Bar and Lord of the Fries there are a number of other smaller, newer or lesser known establishments along the street with vegan options.

Vegan Eats in Melbourne. Melbourne is a creative and inspiring city with a flourishing vegan scene. At the epicenter of it all is the vibrant Brunswick Street in Fitzroy miles from the CBD); in addition to Smith & Daughters, The Cruelty Free Shop, Ve

Found in the heart of the CBD, the award-winning Red Spice Road is famed along the Melbourne restaurant trail for its pan-Asian flavours and strikingly exotic looks

Since opening in Red Spice Road has risen through the ranks to become one of the city's best restaurants. The communal dining room boasts Australia's largest red lantern as well as three specially commissioned portraits by David Bromley.

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