Looking for a restaurant to celebrate a milestone, grease your way into somebody’s good books or simply ‘treat yo self’? Look no further friends! This tidy list contains everything that you’re looking for.
Dim mood lighting & crisp white linen sets the tone at this South Yarra hide-away. Steer Dining Room is a carnivorous delight, just as the name suggest, with prime cuts grilled, seared and served to your version of perfection.
A Chapel Street classic that exudes charm. Caffe e Cucina has withstood the test of time with classic attentive service, old school appeal & waiters dressed with Italian flare. Yes, the food is a knockout, but it’s the charm that’ll win you over.
Another Italian institution on Chapel Street. Thirty Eight Chairs is warm and cosy with food that’ll heat the soul. Forget the European holiday, this slice of Italy is much closer to home.
Or Mr. Ramblr if you nasty fancy. A newbie that quickly gained praise from the Melbourne food paparazzi & for good reason. The vibe attracts hipsters from all around, while the food keeps them coming back for more. And more. And more.
Atlas knows no boundaries. Chef and owner 23-year-old Charlie Carrington changes the menu to this fine establishment every four months to explore the cuisine of a new country. Starting in Vietnam, then through to the middle east. Now, Atlas has landed in South Korea – but it won’t be there for long.
Japanese fanatics rejoice. Take your taste-buds on a journey to the east with the informal style of ‘izakaya’ dining. Don’t let the word ‘informal’ turn you off, the restaurant is sophisticated & has been meticulously designed- a perfect setting to enjoy one (or two) of their cocktails, which have incredible asian flavours.
Experience this casual Shanghai beauty. Consistently good over many years, the dishes are designed to share provide the opportunity to really dig into the flavour of China.
Right in the heart of buzzing Windsor, Morris Jones is known for culinary creativity. Sit for a drink, a meal that is as beautiful to look at as it is to eat & enjoy it all whilst surrounded by David Bromley originals.
As a Chapel Street resident of a number of years, I’ve noticed a few changes in our community. But I’ve also observed a few things that are iconically Chapel Street that only residents can truly relate to. When you know, you know.
The Prahran Square car park is now open for business! 500 undercover parks and electric car charging stations right in the heart of the Chapel Street Precinct. Plus, it’s only $1 for 2 hours!
We wanted to unearth the precinct’s most memorable and unique burgers for the ultimate Chapel Precinct burger crawl. Warning: salivation guaranteed.
Aimed to raise essential funds for the Sacred Heart Mission’s Woman’s House, which supports women experiencing homelessness, the op shop campaign will be held earlier this year kicking off in August with a Launch Party at the Prahran op shop and finishing in September at its newest shop in Prahran.
Secondary cuts of meat are those working muscles which are more flavoursome and textural, but need a little more time and care to polish off the edges, but by doing so you are richly rewarded.
If you’ve never taken a trip to Greville Street, you’re seriously missing out. This petite Prahran street leads you gently from the hustle of Chapel Street, into a warm village of boutique makers, retailers & artists.
I braved my first Pole Dancing class at Pole Divas Prahran and I was really (dare I say it?) feeling myself. Prepared to feel uncomfortable, thankfully, my awesome older sister was eager (you can see why she’s the oldest) to join me for our first experience with the pole.
Just when you thought living or working in or near Chapel Precinct couldn’t provide any more perks… Grab your housemates and check out these awesome local deals you can nab just for living or working around these parts.