Named after the red paper lanterns that hang outside Japanese izakaya, Akachochin is a modern Tokyo-style bar. Akachochin was named best sushi restaurant and one of the hottest new restaurants in Melbourne in The Age’s Good Food Guide Awards 2013. Head chef Kengo Hiromatsu (ex Head Sushi Chef, Nobu) brings the quality, humility and elegance of Japanese dining to South Wharf Promenade, along with some contemporary surprises. Akachochin’s speciality sake range, comprising up to 50 different varieties, showcases the best Japan has to offer.
EPICURE provides seasonal, fresh, sustainable food using the best local produce available. EPICURE’s food philosophy resonates with lovers of the simple things in life: good food, good wine, and great company. As well as creating beautiful food, EPICURE has set the benchmark for responsible catering. EPICURE’s commitment to socially responsible practices, including the reduction of their carbon footprint and giving back to the local community, ensures no meal is served at the expense of another.
Atlantic Group [v] of Companies is a premier venue, catering and event management specialist with a refined focus on challenging hospitality industry norms through innovation across corporate and social celebrations, off site catering expertise, restaurant cuisine and bar ambience.
Papa Goose restaurant is all about providing wonderful hospitality to its customers and giving them the opportunity to try our unique and tasty menu. Our motto is very simple – our best food, our best service; each time, every time. Papa Goose has a ground floor Restaurant, a first floor bar Mary Fortune, along with two private dining rooms for those more intimate dining experiences.
Situated in the heart of the city’s newest precinct, South Wharf, Melbourne’s newest Hilton hotel is shouldered by the Yarra River, right beside the new premium DFO, and only short stroll across the connecting footbridge to the city centre, Etihad Stadium, the booming Docklands business district and Southbank’s established retail and restaurant scene. In a city renowned for dining innovation and passion, Hilton Melbourne hotels present a vibrant menu of culinary excellence.
The Riva restaurant is one of St Kilda’s gems, well known and loved and for very good reasons! Whether you are looking for a romantic night out, outdoor dining in the sun, or a unique Melbourne restaurant where you can celebrate a special occasion with your friends and family; Riva has the right atmosphere in spades. The Riva restaurant opens onto the expansive decks in summer so it’s open and breezy with all the best bits of outdoor dining. In winter…. the doors are closed, the fire is lit and the restaurant is transformed into a sophisticated landscape of intimate dining.
The Smith Restaurant & Bar is a global eatery located at the Windsor end of Prahran. Elegantly relaxed not flashy; smart yet casual. The Smith is perfect for all occasions planned or spontaneous. Spaces have been designed for lounging about, lingering over tastes and sips or privately entertaining a crowd.
Tonka embraces two quintessential Melbourne perspectives. Firstly, its famous laneway culture which informs the casual Tonka Bar where cocktails and tastes form the Tandoor are offered in a relaxed non-reservation area. The second aspect begins with a walk through the ‘kitchen dry store,’ which leads to the dining room, Tonka. Book a table and enjoy the bright, open room with sweeping views of the Yarra River, MCG and Arts Precinct.
Located in Ringwood in an old fire house this restaurant has a great atmosphere, adventurous flavours and a impressive variety of dishes.
Pure South’s concept was born from the realisation that, arguably, the very finest and healthiest produce on Earth can be sourced from Tasmania and it’s Bass Strait islands.
Their greatest challenge was getting it to their door from the remote corners and distant islands. We’re glad to say they succeeded though!
Showcasing Melbourne’s stellar skyline with its 180 degree view of the CBD, Yarra River and the Arts Precinct, Taxi Kitchen is the gem in Federation Square’s crown.
Their food is accessible and affordable yet rustic and plentiful. Created with the highest quality produce and complimented by a concise and relevant wine list, their team of professionals deliver a relaxed and quality experience without the pretence.
The menu at Union Dining focuses on fresh and local produce, with a few ingredients from the places that have inspired their dishes.
They offer a provincial dining experience that evokes the brasseries and trattorias adored by chef Nicky Riemer, with a distinct Melbourne identity.
Nestled in one of Melbourne’s iconic laneways (basement Oliver Lane off Flinders Lane), Coda is located in the busiest and most dynamic culinary precinct the city has to offer.
Coda’s relaxed approach to quality provides a versatile setting for a range of engagements. Whatever your occasion, from a quick pre-football meal, to a long Sunday lunch, a banquette seat for an anniversary or business dining, they look forward to your visit.