This Parisian-style shopping arcade was built between 1869 and 1870 and is Melbourne’s oldest; the upper walls retain much of the...
Bourke Street Mall
West of Swanston St marks the beginning of the Bourke St Mall. This pedestrian mall unusually includes two tram tracks; don’t worry,...
Federal Coffee Palace
Grab a takeaway coffee or sit among the city atmosphere, with tables beneath the colonnades of the GPO and space heaters to keep you...
Chef Aaron Whitney has travelled to Melbourne via Byron Bay and Majorca so expect excellent (read: real) tapas. There’s an olde world...
350 Bourke St · interesting places nearby
The casual kid sister of posh Kenzan makes the best sushi rolls in Melbourne. Yes, there’s spicy tuna, but it also ups the ante with soft-shell crab, and intriguing sesame-coated inside-outies. All come prewrapped for lasting crunch. There’s sashimi, ramen, lunch sets and tea as well.