The capital of Victoria in Australia is a burgeoning metropolis that offers visitors beautiful art galleries, museums and of course the famed Phillip Island which is a short drive from the city, and home to the world famous Fairy Penguin. Melbourne is known for having the best cuisine in one of the most popular countries on the planet.
Take off from Normanby Road in South Melbourne, and climb aboard an authentic 1948 burgundy restaurant while you ride through the busy streets of the city. You can enjoy a four course lunch or a three course dinner while tasting some of the best reds and whites in Australia. Late diners can make reservations for a five course meal. The Tramcar also serves morning and high tea.
In just over six years, The Mill has gained a reputation as being one of the most popular restaurants on Hardware Lane in Melbourne. Choose from a set menu and choose from a selection of dishes including raw oysters and Atlantic salmon. Order Ala Carte, and curb your appetite with duck liver brulee, or mint marinated rack of lamb.
Cutler and Co.
Fitzroy is a suburb in Melbourne which boasts dozens of fine dining establishments including Cutler and Co. Home is an old metal factory on Gertrude Street. Be sure and book ahead, because this delicious eatery gets very busy. Try the cured King fish, or share a golden roasted suckling pig.
Dine in luxury at the Hotel Lincoln on Cardigan Street in Carlton. Feast on delectable rabbit or slow cooked goat. You will feel like royalty as you sit in the exquisite restaurant that is situated in a building that dates back to the 1850’s. The extensive wine list has over 200 international and Australian Shiraz’s, and Rieslings.
Located at The Crowne on the Riverside Promenade on the Southbank, The Atlantic serves seafood that goes from the ocean to your dinner plate. Savour fresh oysters at the bar, or sit in the dining room and order the Seafood Platter which comes with Moreton Bay Bugs, prawns, scallops, mussels and crab.