From fresh produce on offer at the Queen Victoria Market which is located only a few minutes’ walk from RMIT to its many cafes and fine restaurants Melbourne is a food lovers paradise. Melbourne offers dinners a variety of cuisine types to suit all tastes and all budgets.
The following guides provide reputable reviews and information concerning cafes, restaurants and bars in and around Melbourne:
- The Age Good Food Guide
- The Age Cheap Eats Guide from 2015
- Top 10 Hole in the Wall Hidden Gems in Melbourne
Some suggestions for places to eat lunch near RMIT are provided below.
Options under $10
- Queen Victoria Market , Corner Victoria and Elizabeth Streets, Melbourne.
- The Borek Bakehouse , 481 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne.
- Melbourne Central Food Court ,Melbourne Central, Level 1. Corner Swanston and La Trobe Streets, Melbourne.
- Emporium Food Court , 287 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne
Options under $20
- Bebu Korean Eatery , Shop 2, 31 A’Beckett Street, Melbourne.
- Mr Tulk (café) , 328 Swanston Street, Melbourne.
- Hu Tong Dumpling Bar , 14-16 Market Lane, Melbourne.
- Soi 38 (Thai Bangkok Street Food), 38 McIlwraith Place, Melbourne.
- Shan Dong Ma Ma(Dumplings) , Mid City Arcade, Shop 7, 200 Bourke Street, Melbourne.
- Hakata Gensuke (Japanese Ramen), 168 Russell Street, Melbourne or QV Centre 200 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne.
- Pellegrini’s (Italian), 66 Bourke Street, Melbourne.