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Melbourne’s Docklands, situated close to the city centre and with its historical importance, has garnered quite a few places to eat, with tasty results. Here is a list of some of the better known restaurants and other places to eat, chosen for service and food.
Check out the reviews of places to eat in the Docklands of Melbourne:
Reflecting the name of the Docklands, Berth has consistently gotten good reviews. Using in season foods. Reasonably priced, considering the waterfront location on a select group of dishes. They also do breakfast here and have dishes just for the kids. Open hours are late breakfast/brunch to late at night.
45 New Quay Promenade
Phone: +061 (03) 9670 0199
Platform 28 is set in the historical train Goods Shed North, a heritage building dating back to the 1800s (hence its name). Although the building has been thoroughly revamped, you can still spot its roots in this historical setting. Their menu boasts some favourite seafood and kitchen Australian dishes made with care, as well as more esoteric and select ones, such as Beef Cheek Bourguigon.
82 Village Street
Phone: +061 (03) 9670 9933
They do breakfast, lunch and dinner here, and they do it well. The Cargo Restaurant, on the waterfront of Melbourne’s Docklands. They have food to share as well as a la carte. Pastas, salads, burgers, pizza and side dishes are featured here. Don’t know what to order? Try the Wagyu Beef Burger... Delish! Note: Their breakfast dishes are very reasonably priced with plenty of variety to get you going in the morning.
55A Newquay Promenade
Phone: +061 (03) 9670 0999
This modern style restaurant with a waterfront location has, as its name implies, Buffet style food from essentially all over the world. Desserts are not neglected either with a wide variety of fresh dishes. Fresh Seafood, sushi and sashimi, yum cha and a variety of hot main dishes.
4/6 New Quay Promenade
Phone: +061 (03) 9670 3889
Also with great waterfront views, Oscar’s Table has a Taco Tuesday and do Special Nights through the year, check their website. Serving classic and modern Spanish food, they have an all day menu (tapas) as well as a la carte mains, with specialities on the Chef’s Plate and an Oyster Plate.
50 New Quay Promenade
Phone: +061 (03) 9642 4242
Tram 86, 70 , 35 from CBD and get off at New Quay Promenade
Trams from the city, including the free historic brown coloured City Circle Tram can get you here. Other trams include the number 70 and the number 48, also from the city centre.
Three ferry terminals also service the Docklands, including the Victoria Harbour, the New Quay and Yarra’s Edge.
Places to Eat in the City and the Inner Suburbs:
There are conveniently located hotels along the Yarra River, Southbank and the city centre, bed & breakfasts near the beach or in the suburbs, caravan parks, serviced apartments and holiday homes.
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