Really friendly service and a great concept which you pay as you like. The food is very good and constantly changes. The location is very central to Acland St and close to the 96 tram
A great place for lovers of hot & spicy food.
A great place i a fantastic setting.
Apart from being extremely cheap (especially the beers), the food is amazingly tasty, just the exact amount of spices, deliciously fresh and the banquets always come with a salad. The variety of dishes is great, and, as a vegetarian, you get an awesome and high quality meal.
Full of falvours and not to mention healthy!! There are plenty of choices for all, no matter if you are a carnivore, vegetarian or vegan.The prices are affordable and it's one of the best if not the BEST Ethiopian restaurants in Melbourne!!
The menu offers a wide range of Burmese specialties such as Grilled Beef or Chicken Salad, Mix Seafood Curry, Red Duck Curry and many more.
They have high chairs, toys, play area, change table, $5 kids menu (not all deep fried, includes corn fritters, eggs on toast and more), pram access (ramp entry), babycinos (in silicone mugs). They offer dairy free, vegan, vegetarian, and gluten free options. With free wifi and the daily newspapers you can get some work done will the little ones have fun in the little play area down the back. A fabulous sweets range, and for parents – exceptional coffee!
Their contemporary approach to classic cuisine makes use of not only the best produce but some key luxury ingredients such as caviar, truffles and an expansive range of beef aged to exacting specifications on site. The Point celebrates Christmas Day with signature menus
A tasty selection of vegetarian dishes.
This iconic Melbourne establishment has been open for close to thirty years. The food is fresh, healthy, tasty and the variety means that you could eat here every day of the week and never be bored. The owner, Malcolm is welcoming and the staff are courteous and efficient. There is a continual stream of new dishes.
This place is a real treat for vegans, with Vietnamese, Malaysian and Thai menu items - and it's cheap as vegan chips. The service is sweet and efficient. The decor is basic yet welcoming. The Loving Hut is also somewhere you could quite comfortably come for a quiet, solo dine-in.