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France-Soir

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Cutler & Co in Fitzroy feels both fancy and casual at the same time, and we love it.

Cutler & Co.
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Cookie serves some of the best Thai food in Melbourne in a rowdy atmosphere.

Cookie
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The thin crusted pizzas at Kaprica in Carlton are amongst the best in Melbourne.

Kaprica
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No-reservations and modern South-East Asian mean Melbourne's Chin Chin is always busy and always great.

Chin Chin
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Great omakase sushi is a rare thing in Melbourne, which just makes Minamishima even more special.

Minamishima
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Tonka brings modern, fine dining Indian to the center of Melbourne.

Tonka
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If a local invites you for an Italian dinner at Melbourne's Cafe Di Stasio, it basically means they’re in love with you.

Cafe Di Stasio
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Pacific Seafood BBQ House in Richmond is a true local's spot for Chinese in Melbourne.

Pacific Seafood BBQ House
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Pellegrini's is a Melbourne institution - an Italian time capsule in the middle of the city.

Pellegrini's
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It's all about the steaks at Charcoal Grill on the Hill, a meat-loving classic in Kew.

Charcoal Grill on the Hill
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Vue de Monde might be tasting-menu only, but it still feels pretty casual and it has views from the 55th floor of the Rialto.

Vue De Monde
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The 20-course menus at Attica in Ripponlea are full of adventurous takes on Australian ingredients.

Attica
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Huxtaburger serve American style burgers founds all over Melbourne

Huxtaburger
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Flower Drum is traditional Cantonese served at the highest of levels in central Melbourne.

Flower Drum
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Hutong started the soup dumpling craze in Melbourne, and these ones are worth waiting for.

Hutong Dumpling Bar
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Movida brought tapas and Spanish food to Melbourne, and is still as authentic as it gets.

Movida
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