- University Cafe
- Fatto Bar & Cantina
- La Spaghettata - Lygon Street
- Il Pom - Federation Square
Best Italian restaurants in MelbourneMelbourne · 6 Items · Cliff Cornell · View in Story Mode
Handpicked by a Melbourne Local Expert, we bring you our guide to 'Best Italian restaurants in Melbourne'.
The Italian love of food is famous the world over and it's often said 'Il cibo italiano è fatto con amore' (made with love). Italian cuisine has influenced food culture all over the world and some even consider it an art form. Wine, cheese and pasta not to mention the freshest ingredients when it comes to olives, anchovies, meats and all the other flavours that make it so popular. Check out these selected Italian restaurants in Melbourne and buon appetito
For over 60 years, the University Café has been delighting diners with its excellent Italian cooking. Today, the restaurant's is still as popular, and locals, academics and tourists alike flock here to enjoy a delicious bowl of pasta or risotto accompanied by an excellent cup of coffee. Some of them come just for the food, and others frequent bustling University Café regularly to enjoy the at More info
Melbourne views don't get better than this. Fatto Bar and Cantina, a relaxed Italian bar and eatery overlooking the Yarra River with arguably the best view of the Melbourne city skyline. Fatto serves contemporary takes on classic Italian food. We take pride in Italian by hand with pasta made fresh daily in -house and a menu using the best seasonal produce. Offering two distinct spaces, the C More info
Brunetti is a place where you can feel the taste of the traditional Italian cuisine and enjoy a relaxed and pleasant dining any time of the day. There is no bigger enjoyment than relishing super delicious delights and enjoying strong coffee that symbolizes Italian way of life. Brunetti is a comfortable café, situated in Carlton and popular for the many sweet desserts and coffee it offers. More info
This traditional venue right in the heart of Melbourne's 'little Italy' on Lygon Street, provides a warm and welcoming setting, that can also cater for large groups. Owner (and patriarch) Tony Cattafi and his wife Giovanna, have not let the years inhibit their passion for Italian cooking, using the freshest ingredients and serving it with the hospitality and spirit synonymous with the mother co More info
Il Pom Italian in Fed Square is small and tightly packed with tables that give the impression that everyone is sitting together and enjoying one big family meal. The atmosphere is loud and convivial with that at home feel. The outside seating gives a good view of life in this busy city square The thing I enjoy most about Italian cooking is the simplicity. Simple and straight forward, just clean f More info
Merchant Restaurant design is inspired from the Italian city of Venice and aims to portray the rich history of this coastal town in the whole ambiance, food and wine. The casual ambiance and the vivid colours create a great atmosphere for a wonderful dining experience. The menu is based on the globally popular Italian cuisine and includes plenty of choices ranging from fresh salads, risotto, seaf More info
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