Are you in the mood for homemade pasta just like Nonna used to make? Desperate to indulge in authentic Egyptian flavours? Fancy some pizza, family-style, maybe a penchant for plant-based pub grub, or is that sweet tooth salivating for some of the most delectable desserts this side of the Trevi Fountain? Vittoria!
The best restaurants on Lygon street offer us a smorgasbord of mouthwatering dishes to suit every appetite. So, whether you’re peckish or famished, you’ve come to the right place.
Lygon Street Restaurants, Carlton
Little Italy is the strip of Lygon Street, running between Queensberry and Elgin Streets, Carlton. Peppered with traditional Italian restaurants, aromatic cafes, and exquisite pasticceria, you’ll eat with your eyes before your mouth even gets a say.
“An authentic Italian experience, without having to buy a plane ticket.”The D.O.C. Group is dotted all over Melbourne and has evolved with this magnificent city. Once a pizzeria, the move to Carlton in the mid-nineties saw the opening of their iconic espresso bar which serves breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Lygon Street Restaurants, Brunswick
A bohemian vibe attracts adventurous people to the Lygon Street, Brunswick East sprawl. Artists, musicians, and designers live there and work in the area’s many shops, studios and cafes. The best restaurants in Brunswick East of more international cuisines.
“Making pizza is a sport, an art form, and a science. It’s physical, it’s a process and it’s alchemy.” Johnny Di FrancescoAt the age of 12, Johnny Di Francesco got his first job making pizza – so he could afford a pair of Nikes. Over the next seven years, Johnny refined his pizza-making skills and developed a passion for authentic Italian food. He eventually bought those Nikes too!