Smith Street Restaurants Melbourne
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Planning lunch or dinner out with friends? Melbourne has some of the best Smith Street 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 Smith Street Restaurants in Melbourne.
Punjabi Curry Cafe
Punjabi Curry Cafe has a very visible tandoor (clay oven) around which you can see the chef prepare delights such as lamb cutlets, kebabs, tandoori prawn, chicken tikka and, of course, naan bread. We can accommodate over sixty guests in our comfortable dining hall.
Smith Street Trader
Smith St. Trader is the newest cafe, bar and restaurant addition to the ever growing dining precinct that is Smith Street Collingwood/Fitzroy. Boasting a stunning Scandinavian inspired fit out, secluded covered courtyard and for those that love to people watch heated outdoor footpath dining. Smith St. Trader is perfect for your weekend breakfast, brunch, lunch or big night out with friends. The beer garden, main dining room or entire venue is available to hire if you're planning a Christmas function, birthday celebration, engagement party or event. Smith Street Trader is the perfect Melbourne inner city function venue. It’s Smith Street location borders the eclectic suburbs of Collingwood & Fitzroy. Spaces within the venue enable us to accommodate a broad range of events from larger groups looking for private function room hire to small parties sharing in the venues unique atmosphere.
Pabu Grill & Sake
Eating and drinking are taken to an exciting new level at Pabu, a modern take on the traditional Japanese pubs or Izakaya. The word Pabu is Japanese for pub, and like any Aussie pub, Pabu is casual, friendly and always lively. You will be wowed by the cutting-edge Japanese-influenced décor as soon as you walk through the door. The infamous giant abacus on the ceiling has been the talk of the town ever since Pabu opened it’s door! At the front of the restaurant you will find the beautiful communal table made of recycled timber which welcomes single diners or larger groups. Stretching the length of the side-wall is the beautiful graffiti artwork inspired by the seasons of Japan by Hiroyasu Tsuri, an award winning local Japanese artist based in Melbourne.