Find, Review & Book some of the best restaurants in Frankston with our hand picked guide to dining and drinking.
Boasting a large outdoor terrace & unique design, Southside Social is the Peninsulas newest hotspot specialising in American gourmet burgers, fancy fries, spiked shakes!
Kon Thai was the first restaurant to be established on the Mornington Peninsula since 1989 andis still operated by orginal owner. This 100 seats restaurant with fully license bar to unwind also offer the fast take away services,private room for up to 20 people and live entertainment every Saturday night.
Welcome to Ginseng for a most rewarding taste in Modern Asian Cuisine.We specialise in Modern Asian Cuisine where you find in our neighbouring countries such as Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, China, Vietnam and Thailand.Serving scrumptious Yum Cha during the day and an extensive a-la-carte menu by evening with mouthwatering specials presented by our waiters. The staff at Ginseng would like to invite you for a delightful dining experience in a most comfortable setting at the Ginseng Restaurant.
Olivette Restaurant is located on Nepean Highway, Frankston.Their menu offers a wide range of Italian and Pasta specialties such as Gnocchi Dolce, Barbabietola E Noce, Cotoletta Di Vitello and many more.You can order online from them and they will deliver their delicious food directly to your front door.
The grand hotel offers a diverse menu that caters to all grounds with light salad options and hearty tasty traditional dishes.
Located right on the seafront at the beach end of Wells Street, Frankston, Waves on the Beach offers an amazing picturesque dining experience. It boasts spectacular panoramic views over Port Phillip Bay, from the tall skyscrapers of Melbourne all the way round to the cruising ferries off Queenscliff.The recently refurbished room is modern and relaxed, allowing for an easy, coastal feel with comfortable furniture and expansive windows that showcase the breathtaking sea views.The alfresco balcony eating area can be closed in on cold wintery days or opened on warmer days to allow the sea breeze to flow through.
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