Grabbing a quick bite on Chapel Street is filled with possibilities. Need some help narrowing down the options? Try something off this list of evening casual dining spots!
Burgers & beers? It doesn’t get much better than that! Sitting at the very top of Chapel Street is Hello Sam, a hot spot serving up burgers that are part gourmet, part masterpiece.
Pizza is sexy, just ask A25! This busy Italian local is all about being fun, flirty and flamboyant. The creative pizza & pasta creations match the bright colourful restaurant & the diners love it! Show up early if you want a table, this place fills up fast
Catch a spot next to the open fire & you’re in a different kind of pizza heaven at Ladro TAP. Happy hour is always popular, with locals & visitors all showing up to enjoy a great pizza with a cheap & cheerful wine or beer.
A gem in the heart of Greville Street, Chez Olivier brings French flair to Prahran. The food is always delicious and the ambience cosy and inviting. Pro Tip: Go for the steak frites – perfect comfort food. If that’s not enough to sell you, the waiters all sport french accents – Oh mon Dieu!
If only these walls could talk. Colonel Tan’s is the embodiment of Windsor’s vibrant nightlife with it’s spot huddled within the famous Revolver nightclub. Don’t let the nightclub-esque vibe throw you, the asian inspired menu is the best kind of surprise! Colonel Tan’s is a must visit for a true Chapel Street experience.
You love dumplings?! Well, look no further than Charlie’s. The dumplings at Charlie’s are as creative as they are delicious, you’ll never be able to stop at just one helping. Here’s a tip from a local – you MUST try the chocolate dumplings!
Looking for a super cheap meal with a cool Windsor vibe? It has to be the Lucky Coq. The Chapel Street famous, $4 pizza happy hours attract an interesting collection of students and backpackers who alight the Lucky Coq in complete frivolity.
Fonda is an easy, fun and healthy-ish mexican eatery that is always a good time. Try a hot tortilla with jalapeno, or vegetarian quesadillas or ensaladas. If you’re after a bit of fresh air, brave the winter temps on the rooftop terrace, just be sure to choose a seat nice and close to the heaters!
This place screams “Value for Money!” Great food, great prices & BYO. Nothing left to say.
American style food, in a cool, no fuss joint. Parlour Diner is always buzzing with people with a Parlour cheeseburger in one hand, and a couple of onion rings in the other.
A new addition to the Chapel Street food scene, but they’ve got it all so right! This is a two story burger palace that is absolutely covered in the most amazing street art ever seen on the inside of Windsor wall. There’s an outdoor terrace, a top notch selection of cocktails & the food is pretty darn good as well.
As our favourite city plays host to hundreds of local and international artists, Chapel Precinct’s Chapel Off Chapel and Imperial Hotel will help to deliver a stellar line-up of laughs.
Sometimes you’ve just gotta try something a little different. So next time you’re heading to Chapel Street, why not explore a little further and take a stroll down to Forrest Hill Precinct?
Mentor Education provide quality training across multiple sectors, including Accounting and Bookkeeping, Mortgage Broking, Financial Services and Business.
BYZANTINE X TSAR X LUKE create installations to challenge conventional perceptions of product – blending and extending your experience of materials through thoughtful and inspired collaboration.
The unassuming entrance to this space will leave you delighted once you step inside and discover a beautifully transformed, open plan warehouse. A blank canvas that can be adapted to suit your posse’s needs.
Launching Saturday, 15 March, Italian bar and restaurant, Tipico will be offering a European-style boozy lunch every Saturday and Sunday for two hours from 15 March to 7 April 2019.
Grab a buddy, a pal, or even a BAE and get your brunch on!