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St. Kilda is an iconic beachside suburb and one of the most culturally and economically diverse of Melbourne’s neighbourhoods. It is a traditional haven for musicians, artists and writers, drawn to the European ambience and fresh ocean breezes. At night, it can have an edgier side, but by day, it features a relaxed vibe – the market stalls, boutiques and outdoor bars display St. Kilda’s easygoing attitude. Ocean winds blow from Port Phillip Bay and waves lap onto its long and mostly deserted beaches. Rides whir at the world’s oldest operational Luna Park. On a lazy weekend morning, bikers cruise along Acland Street, showing off their motorcycles. But the late morning crowds are too busy at brunch to notice. St. Kilda is a perfect place to relax after a night out with friends.
Haven't been here for ages and it was a bit run down, but I took my grandson and I was pleasantly surprised. It is now nice and clean, prices are good and the unlimited ride ticket is great value. Close to the beach means that after the rides etc, the kids can play on the beach.
This is one of Melbourne’s best restaurants and seldom disappoints. This time was no exception. The John Dory and lamb main corses were exceptional. The roasted potatoes as a side however did not seem very fresh. The cheese selections were not what I would have expected. Coffee, perfect.
This restaurant was highly recommended by one of our culinary friend. Love the freshness of the different type of fishes. The Claypot seafood has different interesting flavors to select from. A nice place for seafood. Reasonable price & good for sharing.
I actually didn't expect too much when we came for lunch here but was really impressed.
The portions that were arriving at the tables seemed really big so we ordered an entree and a main between the two of us and that was ample for lunch.
The gobi pakora was delicious as was the udon noodle stir fry. Would definitely...
Cinta Ria has been in Ackland Street for ages, and always provides a tasty and enjoyable Malaysian meal. Good Value and fair prices. Relable choices include Roti Chennai, with light flaky roti, and a choice of curries or the Laksa, which can be taken with seafood, with meat or with vegies. Service is prompt and friendly.