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Five quirky eating experiences in Melbourne

by Visit Victoria on 12 February 2016, 14:02PM

Melbourne is renowned for its amazing restaurants, bars and especially its coffee culture. Eating out in Melbourne is an absolute must, and these eateries with a twist will not only satisfy the taste buds, they’ll provide an interesting tale to tell.

Easey’s -This quirky restaurant in Collingwood is jam-packed with modern Melbourne icons; from sitting on a 1972 Hitachi train carriage, diners can fill up on a Melbourne Madness Burger (complete with a potato cake and dim sum), sip on a local beer (Melbourne Bitter or Mountain Goat) and enjoy the original street art on the walls.

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Chuckle Park - Located in a dead-end laneway, it serves retro American themed food and drink from a converted caravan. A turf lawn, wood-grain furnishings and kitsch lanterns give off a 70s vibe, awnings and ample heating make it a year-round casual affair.

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Beach Burrito - Beach Burrito is Melbourne’s first outlet and the first restaurant in the world to include a skate-able concrete pool. Enjoy margaritas and a traditional Mexican menu whilst watching skateboarders do their tricks.

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The Colonial Tramcar Restaurant - Choose from a three, four or five course menu during the day or night for one of the most fun sightseeing experiences in the city; Melbourne Dinner Cruises gives you a unique perspective of the city from water by night.

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