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The Best Restaurants in Albert Park, Melbourne

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InsiderFine Dining

Lord Cardigan Restaurant

59 Cardigan Place, 3206, Albert Park

9.4 / 10
211 reviews

Average price $65

Greek

183 Victoria Avenue., 3206, Albert Park

9.6 / 10
72 reviews

French

114 Bridport Street, 3206, Albert Park

9.4 / 10
44 reviews

Average price $65

InsiderChinese

9 Aquatic Dr, 3206, Albert Park

9.3 / 10
71 reviews

Average price $250

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InsiderFine Dining

132 Bridport Street, 3206, Albert Park

9.2 / 10
62 reviews

Average price $75

InsiderFine Dining

159 -161 Victoria Avenue, 3206, Albert Park

9.2 / 10
270 reviews

Average price $75

Japanese

125 Victoria Avenue, 3206, Albert Park

8.9 / 10
93 reviews

European

111 Victoria Ave, 3206, Albert Park

8.5 / 10
206 reviews

Average price $49

Asian

68 Bridport Street, 3206, Albert Park

8.5 / 10
35 reviews

Average price $20

Thai

173 Victoria Avenue, 3206, Albert Park

Average price $35

Italian

16/123 Beaconsfield Pde, 3206, Albert Park

8.2 / 10
42 reviews

Steak

102 Canterbury Rd, 3206, Middle Park

7.5 / 10
130 reviews

Average price $55

Chinese

85 Dundas Place, 3206, Albert Park

Average price $45

The Best Restaurants in Albert Park, Melbourne

Albert Park is an inner-city suburb, 4km south of the Melbourne CBD. You’ll find a relaxed, if expensive, beachy vibe here when it’s not peak hour. Weekends in summer can get pretty busy! The Formula 1 Grand Prix is held here in March, drawing an international crowd, who all love the city skyline views and sailboats on Albert Park Lake. Speaking of the Lake, if you haven’t walked or run around its 5km perimeter, you’re not a true Melbournian.

When it comes to food, Victoria Avenue is the strip for restaurants, with authentic Chinese, modern Australian, Japanese, cafes and the Bleakhouse Pub on the corner of Beaconsfield Parade. La Baia Cucina is across the road from the beach, where you can enjoy beach views, Italian like your Nonna used to make, and great cocktails and wine. It’s light and bright here for a lovely lunch, while the romantic vibe gets turned up in the evening. Don’t skip a beach or jetty walk to work up an appetite.

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