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Food Meets Art: Modern Australian Cuisine

“Long recognised as Australia’s cultural heart, Melbourne continues its tradition of marrying sophisticated dining with artistic sensibility in these three stellar venues..”

Long recognised as Australia’s cultural heart, Melbourne continues its tradition of marrying sophisticated dining with artistic sensibility in these three stellar venues:

Tucked away in the heart of Flinders Lane, Cumulus Inc is open from dusk to dawn feeding the growling stomachs of Melburnians with food as pleasing to the eye as it is to the palate. Cumulus’ menu mirrors its exquisite environment designed by Pascale Gomes-McNabb with sumptuous yet simple dishes highlighting the expert craftsmanship of some of Melbourne’s most elite chefs led by the critically acclaimed Andrew McConnell. We recommend the whole roast lamb shoulder – it will never disappoint.

Meanwhile, in Carlton, transformed from its humble beginnings as a breakfast café, Nora’s modern take on Thai food has quickly developed from a quiet whisper shared between neighbours to the talk of Melbourne’s northern suburbs. Reflecting chef Sarin Rojanametin’s non-linear approach towards cuisine, this menu-less restaurant champions food exploration and delivers tenfold. Nora’s artfully arranged signature ‘Daft Punk is Playing in my Mouth’ features pickled mackerel with compressed watermelon, green chilli grenita and black sesame paste and has deservedly earned a cult following.

“Meanwhile, in Carlton, transformed from its humble beginnings as a breakfast café, Nora’s modern take on Thai food has quickly developed from a quiet whisper shared between neighbours to the talk of Melbourne’s northern suburbs.”

Our final favourite Melburnian culinary experience can be found at Lûmé Restaurant in Coventry Street, South Melbourne. Focused on delivering a multisensory experience, the brain child of Mr Harry and Shaun Quade of the renowned Quay, Biota and Royal Mail, surpasses all expectations. Highlighting little known ingredients and fresh Australian produce, diners have a choice of two culinary experiences; An Incitation (seven courses) and The Road (their most immersive culinary experience). Personally, we believe both are faultless!

Images: Restaurant Lume, Nora Food/Team

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