Did you know? Melbourne has incredible eats, and here are the 10 best ways to dine

Australia’s cultural hub of Melbourne, well-deserving of its reputation as Australia’s Culinary Capital, is an ideal destination for food connoisseurs, restaurant gourmands and anyone who loves to build their travel plans around drinks and dining.

Soon clients will find it easier than ever to get to Melbourne and tuck into a great meal, with Air Canada’s new year-round nonstop service to the coastal city starting June 1, 2018.

While Melburnians pride themselves on being ahead of the curve in almost everything, food and dining top the list. Here’s why this city Downunder is on top of the latest foodie trends…

1) Midnight feasts

The Mayfair

The Mayfair

No matter what hour of the day or night, the world’s most liveable city has an array of late-night food options to accommodate even the fussiest diner. Melbourne’s newest addition to the midnight dining scene is The Mayfair, a 1930s New York-style supper club, serving French cuisine alongside live jazz and classic cocktails. The French Saloon, Melbourne Supper Club and Le Bon Ton are some of Melbourne’s hottest locations for those hankering for a night cap or midnight snack.


2) Boozy brunches

Fargo and Co

Credit: Fargo and Co

The bottomless brunch has taken off in Melbourne, with cocktails served alongside smashed avocado for the ultimate hangover cure or Sunday session. Newly opened Fargo and Co in the heart of Richmond, serves endless prosecco and mimosas with brunch, every Sunday from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m.

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