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Meet, eat & sleep: Melbourne’s best hotel restaurants

/ 31 Jul 2017
From slick, modern dining rooms with city views to eclectic spaces built for fun, Melbourne’s hotels excel at delivering high quality epicurean experiences infused with creative flair.

Pascale Bar & Grill at QT

Thanks to a rooftop kitchen garden and bee hive, Pascale’s menus are infused with hyper-local produce. Serving up fresh plates with a distinct European bent, Pascale is a creative, fun space for hotel guests, visitors and locals to feast, celebrate and imbibe. 133 Russell St, Melbourne, +61 3 8636 8808

Dinner by Heston at Crown Towers

With a trophy cabinet full of awards, Heston Blumenthal’s legendary status ensures Dinner by Heston is no ordinary hotel restaurant. While located within Crown Towers, this exciting gastronomic emporium is considered a destination within its own right. The urbane décor is matched by a forward-thinking menu with one foot in the past and an eye on the future. While the dishes are inspired by recipes dating back as far as the 13th century, dining at Dinner by Heston is an ultra-contemporary affair. Level 3 Crown Towers, 8 Whiteman Street, Southbank, +61 3 9292 5779

Collins Kitchen at Grand Hyatt Melbourne

Comfort food, snacks and desserts from around the world feature on the all-day dining menu at Grand Hyatt Melbourne’s Collins Kitchen. From club sandwiches to Kung Pao chicken, sashimi and charcuterie, many well-known global dishes and flavours are represented on the menu available every day from 10.30am to 10.30pm. 123 Collins St, Melbourne, +61 3 9657 1234

Om Nom Kitchen at Adelphi Hotel

As the world’s only dessert-themed hotel, it comes as no surprise that the Adelphi Hotel’s Om Nom Kitchen excels at serving up sweet creations. While the grazing menu features savoury hits like seared tuna and grilled octopus, the dessert menu is where it’s at. Diners can choose from a selection of signature desserts for the ultimate sweet degustation experience, with inventive flavour combinations and quirky presentation making Om Nom a popular spot with Instagrammers. 187 Flinders Lane, Melbourne, +61 3 8080 8827

Merchant at InterContinental Melbourne the Rialto

Inspired by the culture and cuisine of Venice, Merchant is an osteria dedicated to the pleasures of good food, wine and company. The greatest hits of Italian gastronomy are featured on the menu with gnocchi, burrata, tiramisu, panna cotta and gelato all making an appearance. The extensive wine list puts forward the best Italian varietals from Veneto and the neighbouring Lombardy region. A little slice of northern Italy in Melbourne, Merchant is a hotel restaurant that delivers quality fare in a comfortable and welcoming environment. 495 Collins St, Melbourne, +61 3 9614 7688

No35 at Sofitel Melbourne

Impressive city skyline views put No35 on the map for both locals and visitors from near and far. Open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch, No35’s elegant fit-out and seasonal menus are well suited to a range of occasions including business power lunches, pre-theatre bites and special celebrations. Level 35, 25 Collins St, Melbourne, +61 3 9653 0000

Allegro at The Westin

Having worked in five-star hotel restaurants around the world for more than a decade, Executive Chef Michael Greenlaw’s skills and experience make Allegro one of the city’s best hotel dining spots. Guests can choose to dine on the outdoor terrace among the green foliage of Collins Street’s trees or inside where an open kitchen shows the culinary team at work. Whether stopping in to enjoy the well-priced express lunch menu or a more formal a la carte dinner, Allegro’s commitment to quality ensures every meal is a winner. 205 Collins St, Melbourne; +61 3 9635 2200

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