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dined on Thu, 11 Oct 2018

We loved the atmosphere, and the decor, and the murmurous quiet. The food was decent but not great, the service was well intentioned but definitely understaffed.

dined on Tue, 25 Dec 2018

Service, atmosphere and food were all bad. This restaurant was not cheap for Xmas Day dinner, was hugely disappointing, terrible value for money and I would not recommend to anyone

dined on Thu, 6 Dec 2018

Great Food + Service

dined on Thu, 6 Dec 2018

Nice Brekkie + Service

dined on Sun, 21 Oct 2018

This was our first ever formal high tea and what better place to experience this than at Felt Restaurant! A very filling high tea, great selection of sweets and savouries, enough to cover a meal and a half! Sets a high standard to match elsewhere! Excellent , friendly service from staff. Highly recommend. Thanks for the hospitality.

dined on Sat, 25 Aug 2018

A get dining experience for an important celebration

dined on Fri, 24 Aug 2018

Building is a little tired.
Keith Brown

dined on Sat, 11 Aug 2018

Great place to have a good meal and a conversation - not noisy and well spaced tables worked well for us.
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About Felt Restaurant

Cosy Elegance? Check! Chic and tasteful. Sophisticated yet unpretentious. That’s Felt Restaurant for you. You’ll find Felt Restaurant within Hotel Lindrum in Melbourne’s CBD. Wondering where the name comes from? It pays tribute to the hotel’s famous billiard table — lined with green felt, of course. And the name says it all,really. Felt Restaurant puts a twist on its historical surroundings with uniquely modern furnishings and feel. The result is a dining venue ideal for out-of-towners, business lunch meetings,romantic celebrations and pretty much every occasion in between. Serving breakfast, lunch, dinner and high tea on Sunday afternoons, felt offers fine dining without the fuss. For dinner, there are entrees such as kangaroo carpaccio or roasted cauliflower with freekah, pomegranate and mint. Choices for the main course are simple yet hearty. Take your pick between fish, lamb, beef and a few other thoughtfully prepared selections. Top off the meal with a little something from the nicely curated cheese menu (paired with a glass of wine,of course),or opt for something sweeter,such as the chocolate truffle tart. Best dish: fried white bait with potato croquettes and pickled lemon.

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