South Wharf Restaurants
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Planning lunch or dinner out with friends? South Wharf 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 South Wharf via location, cuisine or features.
Meat Market South Wharf
Meat Market South Wharf is a Restaurant / Bar and function and event venue in Melbourne's newest dining precinct, South Wharf. Inspired by the Australian BBQ, where the grill takes centre stage and the act of cooking is part of the social occasion, sit at the central open kitchen and interact with our chefs or dine alfresco on the terrace and enjoy the views of the Yarra River, Melbourne City, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Crown Casino and the Docklands. Our farm friendly philosophy is a reflection of our social and environmental responsibility and our aim to provide you, our customer, with the best quality products. Our menu is an eclectic mix of meat dishes from small snack or sharing items right up to steak sharing platters. There is something for everyone ... including vegetarians. Our rustic and heritage listed space is bright and open and with surrounding terraces every table is blessed with a fantastic view. Our private dining room is perfect for groups up to 14 and we can cater for intimate functions of 10 right up to canapes for 300 people. Traveling to and from Meat Market is easy with public transport close by including a water taxi point right at our door step and discounted parking at DFO.
The Boatbuilders Yard
The Boatbuilders Yard is an award winning bar and café designed by Six Degrees architects. The venue retains the cultural heritage and charm of Melbourne’s famous Maritime precinct, with a modern design twist on its centrepiece, an original historic shed. Our philosophy at The Boatbuilders Yard is to provide our customers with an experience of escape from busy city life. We are conveniently located on the edge of the CBD at South Wharf, in a relaxing oasis of parkland and trees next to the Yarra river. Enjoy an amazing array of beverage options, coupled with a delicious South American/Mediterranean food offering. We look forward to seeing you at "Boaties"!
Named after the red paper lanterns that hang outside traditional Japanese izakaya’s, Akachochin is an elegant and modern Tokyo-style bar. Head Chef Kengo Hiromatsu combines quality ingredients and japanese tradition to present a menu with a focus on true japanese cuisine presented in a modern way. Akachochin’s specialty sake range showcases the best Japan has to offer and if requested, can be matched to a variety of regional dishes to suit your palate. Akachochin’s dining room is elegant and when seated at either the marble laden sushi bar or a private table overlooking the water, you will be sure to have your tastebuds looked after at Melbourne’s most unique and authentic japanese restaurant.
Dock 37 Bar and Kitchen
Dock 37 Bar and Kitchen is a stylish venue that offers an approachable and relaxed dining experience for all occasions. The Executive Chef has built a menu inspired by the concept “where sea meets land”. Like any good resting place, the restaurant and bar is an enjoyable and inviting place of refuge for the world (or urban) traveller. The food menu hinges on offering quality proteins from the land and sea, prepared honestly and with flair. The drinks menu provides classics well known, and a selection of cocktails, wine and beer fit for any intrepid explorer to discover. The powerful connection between land and sea is the cornerstone of this restaurant’s identity. Bringing together the elements of earth and water defines the culinary signatures that set the restaurant apart – steak and fish.
Bohemian Spanish Restaurant & Tapas Bar
The Bohemian, is a Spanish influenced brasserie; to cross through the threshold is to step into an experience rich with nostalgic quality, which calmly stimulate the senses and represent both the fine food and the visionaries housed within this special venue. It diligently remains true to Bohemia with full circle considerations and its unconventional wall-papered veneer help create an aesthetic of modernity. The décor is reminiscent of Cuban restaurants or Spanish eateries with rich earthy tones for colours; dark wood and soft leather featuring heavily for materials. Head Chef Josep Espuga hails from Spain, having spent his formative years cooking throughout Europe and in his family restaurant, mastering the highest levels of culinary arts. Arriving with a smorgasbord of international experience, before making his more recent journey over to Melbourne, he held the top job at Degustation in New York.