Are you heading to Melbourne Park for the Australian Open? The tennis tournament is incredibly thrilling, but don’t expect a lot of fun if you have an empty stomach. Luckily, there are a variety of excellent restaurants nearby, and you can visit any of them to dine with your friends and family.
This elegant restaurant in Melbourne offers flavoursome Japanese cuisines to tantalise your taste buds as you look forward to watching your favourite tennis champion play. Their friendly waiting staff, who are also attentive and courteous, make the place worth all your time. You can also order fairly-priced drinks there, including cocktails.
Tazio is Melbourne’s largest Italian restaurant, and it serves delicious Italian-Australian dishes. The dining setting is casual, and you can always compliment your meal with a beer or glass of wine from any of eatery’s two bars. Their traditional Italian style pizza is mind-blowing.
You will find this restaurant in East Melbourne. It is famous for its tasty local Italian cuisines that include meatballs, sausage bites, and grilled vegetables, Portobello mushroom as well as house-baked focaccia. This family-run eatery accepts various payment options such as credit cards, Mastercards, Visa cards and digital payments.
Tonka provides both Indian and Asian cuisines to tennis players and enthusiasts who are in Melbourne for the historical Australian Open. Their menu comprises of toothsome scallops; masala crumbed lamb cutlet, and oysters. Feel free to make your bookings early in advance, even though you can still dine there without a reservation.
The French Brasserie
Your dining needs will undoubtedly be met at this restaurant that takes pride in its beautiful soaring ceilings, vast expanses of glass, and disciplined, friendly staff. They serve delicious local dishes made from fresh ingredients. Their French and Australian wine list is impressive. Consider reserving your table a few hours before you go there to prevent any delays.