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Food and restaurants in St Kilda East

Top restaurants

Breakfast Spot
“Right next to the train station, this place has a great vibe with an open fire out in the back section. Food good and prices excellent. ”
  • 55 locals recommend
Molecular Gastronomy Restaurant
“One of the best restaurants in Australia, if not THE BEST one. The crown jewel of Melbourne fine dining. Set menu only. Getting a table at Attica is extremely difficult; you need to book at 9am on the dot on booking release date (the first Wednesday 3 months before intended booking). This is because at 9:05 all tables will be gone. If you are unable to get a table at Attica, you can try Vue de Monde in the CBD; this is a much bigger restaurant so it is likely to have seats available last minute. Personally I prefer Attica over Vue De Monde.”
  • 32 locals recommend
Australian Restaurant
“Great modern Italian food, the perfect place for a great dinner, either date night or with a group - really good food. Try the bee stings if you like spice. The blue swimmer crab soufflé, seafood linguine and eye fillet are always amazing.”
  • 27 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
“It can be tricky to find a seat, so be prepared to wait - especially on a Saturday morning - but smashed Avo (avocado on toast) is as Melbourne as it comes, and the one at Batch is worth the wait. ”
  • 29 locals recommend
Café
“An institution, newly renovated. Mid century modern feel with delicious mains and fine wine. Enjoy a lunch menu of $25 main plus glass of wine or a fine dining dinner menu. ”
  • 27 locals recommend
Burger Restaurant
“A local burger place located in the heart of Carlisle Street, with generous serve of burger and chips, the beetroot bun is a must try and excellent place for visitors who are around the area and want a good quality and quick food. ”
  • 10 locals recommend
Japanese Restaurant
“Innovative Japanese tapas-style sharing dishes, and a great selection of beers, wines, shochu and sake. Owner Andy is usually on hand to make sure you are looked after, and the set lunch menus are incredible value for money.”
  • 10 locals recommend
Restaurant
“The fellow that runs it is a wonderful character - he calls everyone Beautiful. The food is home made and delicious. The staff are a melting pot of Melbourne people - all cultures, all ages. ”
  • 10 locals recommend

Cafes

Breakfast Spot
“Right next to the train station, this place has a great vibe with an open fire out in the back section. Food good and prices excellent. ”
  • 55 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
“It can be tricky to find a seat, so be prepared to wait - especially on a Saturday morning - but smashed Avo (avocado on toast) is as Melbourne as it comes, and the one at Batch is worth the wait. ”
  • 29 locals recommend
Café
“This Café is a favourite for Locals in the know. With 4 separate offerings for Coffee, Food and Brunch. Dog Friendly with Alfresco dining. Good place for Celebrity spotting on the down low. ”
  • 20 locals recommend
Café
“Very hip little cafe in a lovely little village. Get in early as it gets very busy!”
  • 18 locals recommend
Deli / Bodega
“This family-run bakery has been a favourite of Melbourne's Jewish community and bagel lovers alike for nearly 40 years, offering affordable kosher baked goods, dips and salads for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The 'Everything' bagel with smoked salmon, cream cheese and capers, is sumptuous and more-ish, and a steal for under $10. On Fridays, join the queue and grab a challah - a sweet brioche-like bread that Jewish families eat with Sabbath dinners. Really, any excuse will do to abandon the anti-carb rhetoric and embrace the simple and filling food that has made Glick's a Melbourne institution.”
  • 11 locals recommend
Café
“Great place for a leisurely breakfast within easy walking distance, but if you want to eat here on a weekend you'd better get in early - the place packs out. ”
  • 11 locals recommend
Café
  • 6 locals recommend
Café
“They have everything, and it's very affordable, good food, friendly staff, good service, all fantastic.”
  • 5 locals recommend

Bakeries

Deli / Bodega
“This family-run bakery has been a favourite of Melbourne's Jewish community and bagel lovers alike for nearly 40 years, offering affordable kosher baked goods, dips and salads for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The 'Everything' bagel with smoked salmon, cream cheese and capers, is sumptuous and more-ish, and a steal for under $10. On Fridays, join the queue and grab a challah - a sweet brioche-like bread that Jewish families eat with Sabbath dinners. Really, any excuse will do to abandon the anti-carb rhetoric and embrace the simple and filling food that has made Glick's a Melbourne institution.”
  • 11 locals recommend
Bakery
“We venture up to the bakery most weekends for freshly baked loaves still warm from the oven, yum! ”
  • 11 locals recommend
Dessert Shop
“Almond croissants, pear danish, good coffee, a quiet place to relax upstairs + free wifi”
  • 6 locals recommend
Bakery
“Best bread in town! Locally made artisan bread and baked goods. Family owned, quality products. Perfect for a stroll down to grab a fresh loaf of bread and a quick pastry and coffee.”
  • 3 locals recommend
Bakery
“It's a bakery chain, so obviously you can get bread here. But they also stock milk. It's a five-minute walk from the flat.”
  • 2 locals recommend
Bagel Shop
  • 1 local recommends
Corner Shop
“The closest convenience store is 7-Eleven, on the corner of Dandenong Rd & Williams Rd/Hotham St. It's just 500m away. Here you'll find all the essentials, an ATM, and a place to purchase and top up your MYKI cards which required for travel on all public transport in Melbourne.”
  • 5 locals recommend