Find, Review & Book some of the best restaurants in Albert Park with our hand picked guide to dining and drinking.
Cruising comfortably into a second decade, Lina’s Bistro à Vin is a firmly established landmark, nestled within Albert Park’s vibrant Bridport Street precinct. Lina’s is essentially a wine bar with great bar snacks and bistro-style cuisine. It could also be described as modern contemporary French, with an underlying gentle Australian accent.Lina’s is certainly an imbibing space with charming appeal, an intimate family-run wine bar with a most approachable cuisine and an enduring signature style.Functions, Events and Private DiningLina’s bistro is a unique Parisian style venue in Albert Park, Melbourne. In addition to the stunning wine bar, we offer two private areas available for your events and functions. For example you may reserve these areas for;- Christmas parties- Christening- Birthday parties- Wine tasting- EngagementsWhatever the occasion Lina’s will deliver outstanding classic French Bistro cuisine with the utmost customer care, service excellence and intricate attention to detail.
The Point is an award winning restaurant located on the waters of Albert Park Lake which boasts stunning panoramic views of the lake and Melbourne city skyline. With floor to ceiling glass windows and a spacious balcony to enjoy the view you are treated to a water front dining experience like no other. The Point showcases Modern Australian cuisine by Executive Chef Andrew Harmer. Awarded an Age Good Food Guide hat again for 2015, and our latest achievement winner of The Age Good Food guide 2015 Wine List of the Year. With degustation and a la carte menus carefully crafted with contemporary Australian flare, the high quality of food is matched with unrivalled service. There’s nothing more indulgent than a meal consisting of confit king salmon, saffron hollandaise and wild garlic, following with Western Plains suckling pig, piccalilli, apple vinegar, sage potato finishing it off with blackcurrant mosaic, coconut & almond cream with Blackberry sorbet. Accompanied by an encyclopaedic collection of some of the world’s most classic and famed wines, we have more than 1,700 different examples boasting one of Australia’s most extensive wine lists. The Point is conveniently located 10 minutes from Melbourne’s CBD; with ample parking directly outside of the venue and lift access, our unrivalled dining experience awaits you. Bookings are highly recommended.
In August 2001, the long-held dream of Chef Aoki was realised, his own restaurant in Bridport Street, Albert Park, named Eis (Eis is the phonetic alphabet of the word Ace). His passion for food and everyday life is displayed in his simple and elegant design of the menu. He believes that elegant and refined food is possible in Japanese cuisine, and this relies on a chefs training and creativity, technique, ingredient, freshness of produce and presentation on the plate.The interior and re-branding of Eis is created by award-winning architect, Architects EAT, who was responsible for the design of Maedaya Bar which won the 2008 Interior Design Award for hospitality interior. They have use their signature black and white finish to make Eis becomes now fresh, airy, simple and chic.With these as the forewords, Eis welcomes you to the next chapter of the restaurant in this re-launch in November 2008.Awards: The Age Cheap Eats 2005-2008 & The Age Good Guide 2008.
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