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Cutler & Co in Fitzroy feels both fancy and casual at the same time, and we love it.
The thin crusted pizzas at Kaprica in Carlton are amongst the best in Melbourne.
No-reservations and modern South-East Asian mean Melbourne's Chin Chin is always busy and always great.
Great omakase sushi is a rare thing in Melbourne, which just makes Minamishima even more special.
If a local invites you for an Italian dinner at Melbourne's Cafe Di Stasio, it basically means they’re in love with you.
Pacific Seafood BBQ House in Richmond is a true local's spot for Chinese in Melbourne.
Pellegrini's is a Melbourne institution - an Italian time capsule in the middle of the city.
It's all about the steaks at Charcoal Grill on the Hill, a meat-loving classic in Kew.
Vue de Monde might be tasting-menu only, but it still feels pretty casual and it has views from the 55th floor of the Rialto.
The 20-course menus at Attica in Ripponlea are full of adventurous takes on Australian ingredients.
Flower Drum is traditional Cantonese served at the highest of levels in central Melbourne.
Hutong started the soup dumpling craze in Melbourne, and these ones are worth waiting for.