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Planning lunch or dinner out with friends? Thornbury has some of the best dining options including restaurants that offer everything from fine dining to cheap casual lunches with a glass of wine. Choose from some of the best venues in Thornbury via location, cuisine or features.
Adding Thai flavour and colour to Melbourne, Som Tam offers an abundance of flavours and dishes to satisfy your palette. The Som Tam menu favours those wishing to sample entrees and smaller dishes as well as catering for parties. Som Tam presents the taste of Thai within an ambient surrounding focusing on creating simple, flavoursome dishes. The Som Tam philosophy runs deep and was inspired by the wonderful sights and colour of Thailand. Thai cuisine is known for its communal atmosphere and the Som Tam menu was created with this in mind. Bring a long a group of friends, share dishes and enjoy the true taste and flavours.
Baldovino Cafe Bar Restaurant. Located next to our open kitchen you will find our modern restaurant. Seating approximately 30 people the restaurant overlooks our Mediterranean Courtyard. In the warmer months we open the doors to give you a summer Al Fresco dining experience. Originating from a passion for great food and superb wine Baldovino's menu selection is dedicated to the traditional Italian kitchen and will provide you with an amazing dining experience. Baldovino's courtyard is a beautiful oasis designed to inspire the experience of a sorrento summers day or night. Surrounded by olive and lemon trees it is a perfect space to enjoy a glass of chilled prosecco or a relaxed Al Fresco dining.
As a boy, Sir Stafford Henry Northcote had dreams of grandeur. He was a kind and gentle young man with a wild imagination and a healthy ambition. Years later, Sir Stafford Henry, would leave a lasting impression on Melbourne’s development and culture. For 111 years, our beloved Thornbury was part of the City of Northcote. In June 1994, Thornbury stood up and claimed the title of suburb in its own right. Little Henri pays homage to Northcote and celebrates the rich local history by tipping our cap to Sir Stafford Henry…or as we like to call him, Little Henri.
The Moors Head
The Moor's Head (named for the head of the arak still) has a simple menu of pizza, pide, salads and antipasti. ''We're calling it inauthentic pizza - people will say it's not Turkish and it's not Lebanese but we're fitting them into an Italian format,'' Abboud says. Traditionally eaten as a breakfast or lunch snack in the Middle East, they have been bumped up in size.
Coffee. Eatery. High Street, Thornbury. Sisters Libby and Clare Cairns bring fine dining and contemporary coffeehouse backgrounds to this sunny one-time butcher's shop. Tasty crowd-pleaseers include cheeky brioche sliders of bacon and cheese scrambled eggs and a 'labourer's lunch' of duck rillettes, drunken prunes and celeriac remoulade with chewy sourdough.