#VAMFFloves Melbourne CBD Restaurants

Summer is the perfect time to venture into Melbourne's vibrant CBD, and experience the myriad of restaurants and cafes serving up some of Australia's best food.

Sezar (pictured above)

6 Melbourne Place, Melbourne, 3000

If you've never tried Armenian food before, Sezar is the perfect introduction. Not hungry? It's worth stopping by just for a drink chosen from Sezar's extensive wine-list. Bon Appetit!

Shiva Singam

Business Development & Hospitality Manager


Nobu // image via Look See Eat

Nobu (pictured above)

Crown Towers, 8 Whiteman St, Southbank, 3000

Nobu isn't the world's most recognisable restaurant for no reason - the Japanese cuisine is always beautifully fresh, and flavoursome. It's always an exciting experience to dine at Nobu, and I love the way the amazing staff help you to craft a bespoke menu to your taste.

Kate Horsfall

Marketing & Communications Manager












Maha // image via


21 Bond St, Melbourne, 3000

Tantalise your tastebuds at one of the most stylish restaurants in town - located in Bond St, this restaurant is consistently great. Head Chef Shane Delia combines his Middle Eastern and Mediterranean heritage to create amazing dishes that will be like nothing you've tasted before.

Natalia Cheng

Marketing & Communications Senior Executive


Woody P // image via

Woody P

121 Flinders Lane, Melbourne, 3000

I will always have a soft spot for Italian food done well, and Woody P has captured my heart. One of the newer kids on the block, the gorgeous interiors and friendly service make it a real winner.

Prue Chilcott

Digital Executive


Trunk // image via Time Out


275 Exhibition St, Melbourne, 3000

Dinner and drinks at Trunk on a warm evening is one of my favourite things to do. Their beer garden is one of the best in Melbourne, and their American style menu pairs perfectly with an ice cold beverage.

Cassie Palinkas

Marketing & Communications Executive



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