North Melbourne Restaurants With Takeaway

From sushi to sashimi, hot pots and everything in between, there is a dish on the menu for all North Melbourne foodies at Akita Japanese Restaurant on Courtney Street. A traditional ambience of dark w...
North Melbourne foodies looking for their caffeine fix head to Code Black Coffee on Howard Street for brews and bites to tempt all tastes. This warehouse-style café rocks a rustic-chic décor of polish...
Close by Chapel Street is Maria’s Trattoria, a family owned-restaurant run by Maria and her two daughters. The family has been serving fresh homemade pastas and gnocchi to Melbournians since the 1990s...
Muy bien Mexican fare and margaritas are on the menu at El Sabor by El Cielo on Victoria Street in North Melbourne. With splashes of turquoise and polished wood floors, El Sabo invites diners into a l...
Northern Melbourne can be defined as a cultural mosaic where ethnicity shines through in a gentrified area, as such Little Africa restaurant is a diamond in the rough so to speak. Located in a charmin...
Bring your four-legged friends along for a puppycino at dog lovers’ heaven Paws 4 Coffee on Boundary Road in North Melbourne. Located next to the local pound and directly across from Clayton Reserve d...

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Gai Wong

Gai Wong

Malaysian   $$$$$   Opens at 11:30:AM

North Melbourne

Dine with murals of Kiss and Audrey Hepburn at trendy North Melbourne foodie haven Toast Kitchen Café on Errol Street. Whether taking advantage of balmy days street side among planter boxes filled wit...
Mum Mum

Mum Mum

Thai   $$$$$   Opens at 12:00:PM

North Melbourne

Catch up for a delectable brunch at Twenty & Six Espresso, a charming North Melbourne cafe tucked into Queensberry Street. Light and bright inside, this café appears a tranquil setting warmed by sandy...
Reynaldo's

Reynaldo's

Filipino   $$$$$   Opens at 11:30:AM

North Melbourne

Heart, soul and a rustic Italian menu join forces at 5 Lire, a welcome addition to North Melbourne’s culinary heartland. Despite facing stiff competition on Errol Street, 5 Lire still holds its own wi...