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Three new Melbourne restaurants to book

Just a short walk from the city centre, these three new dining options to hit Melbourne’s laneways make planning your next event a walk in the park.

 

Iki-Jime

Unique feature: A must-try for seafood lovers as the entire menu offers sustainable seafood choices, hand-caught and ethically dispatched by Tasmanian-based supplier Mark Eather.

Where: 430 Little Collins Street, Melbourne

Walking distance from the city centre: 5 mins

Maximum number of guests: Private dining room seats 48 people, hire out the venue for 116 people 

 

Share plates at Longsong, Bourke Street, Melbourne

Share plates at Longsong, Bourke Street, Melbourne

Intimate dining at The Mayfair, The Sofitel, Melbourne

Intimate dining at The Mayfair, The Sofitel, Melbourne

Longsong

Where: 40-44 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne

Unique feature: There’s only one piece of cooking equipment:  a woodfire grill, but there’s a range of bespoke and subtly charred food options. The venue itself was formerly a second-level horse stable last used in the mid-1900s, a great spot to sit and sample from some of the exclusive tapped wine mixed by local producers and the Longsong team.

Walking distance from the city centre: 13 mins

Number of guests: 250 cocktail style, 100 seated

The Mayfair

Where: 45 Collins Street, Melbourne

Unique feature: Sitting at the base of the Sofitel Hotel, the dining room oozes old-world charm and serves modern spinoffs of timeless classics. Sip on a whisky sour served from a crystal decanter and enjoy the Jazz band playing in the corner.

Walking distance from the city centre: 15 mins

Number of guests: Private dining room seats 20 people, hire out the restaurant for 50 people