Melbourne is renowned for its food and wine scene. Every city street and laneway has options for great dining and cocktails. Your professional guide will take you to eat and drink at the very best places Melbourne has to offer.
First up is Spring Street Cheese Room for tastings from their cheese maturation cellar. And you cannot leave without a visit to the Spring Street Gelato counter.
Next is a famous expresso martini at the beautiful 1806 Cocktail Bar.
Then it is time to explore Chinatown and learn a little about the history, people and food culture of this unique precinct.
Weave your way through the back streets to a tiny bar called Union Electric to enjoy an expertly made Lola cocktail and snacks.
Next up, visit Flinders Lane to learn about its vibrant restaurant scene, and to pick up a take-away lobster roll from the award-winning Supernormal Restaurant.
Finally, we make your way to Transit Rooftop Bar to enjoy a final cocktail with snacks from the kitchen team.
What a great way to discover Melbourne's fabulous dining and cocktail scene on this amazing Eat Drink Melbourne tour.
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Private bookings only - minimum eight persons. Larger groups on request. Events in the Melbourne Food Experiences program are perfect for fun, social occasions with family, friends and corporate teams.
Melbourne Food Experiences is your entry point to a huge array of cooking classes, corporate team-building activities, food tours, staff events, functions and restaurant private dining. All are run in partnership with top local chefs, chocolatiers, bakers, wine experts, restaurants, bars and cooking schools to offer an amazing range of food and wine experiences.
Allan Campion, the founder of Melbourne Food Experiences, draws on the extensive connections he has made to offer a complete events service to ensure a seamless experience.
Allan Campion’s Melbourne Food Experiences is the fast track to gaining an understanding of what’s going on in the restaurant, specialist food shop and café scene. A veteran of the city’s food scene, this former chef and author has found his niche sharing what he knows about Melbourne’s soft spot for eating and drinking. Which is a lot. He gets a kick out of guiding the hungry tourist into places most Melbournians don’t know exist.
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