First published on 5 Apr 2011. Updated on 26 Jun 2012.
Forget to take booze and you are lumped with white or red - average non-descript wine from grumpy waiter. But why this restaurant tops the list is the traditional food and authentic Greek experience. It’s full of attitude, but don’t fret – the food is great and The Tote is right across the road so someone can run out and get another bottle while you get your Greek on. Opa!
With six restaurants scattered all over Melbourne, you are bound to find a Gurkhas near you. All restaurants are decked out the same so you can enjoy a great bottle of pinot noir of your choice Nepalese cuisine. The comfortable decor is conducive to long chats too.
Open really late, the only problem here is trying to find somewhere to sell you that bottle of vino collapso because let’s face it, the hour that you walk into the Supper Inn you might want to rethink the bottle of fizz you just bought. Amazing Chinese food at incredibly low prices.
Victoria Street, the capital of all things Vietnamese. It really doesn’t matter which restaurant you chose to get your pho fix but this place masters the shared plates and great hawker style decor. Grab a bottle of sauvignon blanc from the wine shop and let the rice paper roll.
Behind the decor that leaves little to be desired, lies the one of the best Indian restaurant in Melbourne. Just close your eyes and be taken away with the rich smell of aromas and spices that permanently in the air. More of a six pack of Kingfisher lager place.