Cheese Lovers Melbourne Guide

Cheese Lovers Melbourne Guide

Cheese Lovers Melbourne GuideCheese lovers simply must check out the City of Melbourne's guide to Melbourne's favourite cheesy places in the city.

When you're hankering for a cheese fix, there are some fabulous places located throughtout Melbourne.

No-one can ever be TOO cheesy, so check out these cheddar pearls...

Cheese-lovers guide to Melbourne


There aren’t many things superior to the rich, creamy goodness of cheese. When you’re looking for a tempting cheese dish to treat yourself, these will make you cheddar tear.

High Cheese at the Westin
205 Collins St, Melbourne | Westin

Trade scones and jam for cognac and Camembert at this very cheesy high tea affair. Refine your cheese-eating abilities with handmade roquefort and whole baked cheese wheels, before ending on a sweet note with mille-feuille drizzled in honey, gorgonzola with honeycomb and ricotta cannoli.

Cheese Wheel Pasta
Epocha, 49 Rathdowne Street , Carlton VIC 3053 | epocha.com.au

Cheese and pasta work so well together, so why would you reinvent the wheel? The Chefs at Epocha have decided to melt the wheel instead, offering diners a chance to eat delicious fresh pasta served from an oozing melted wheel of delectable cheese. On Mondays from 5.30pm.

Milk The Cow
323 Lygon St Carlton | Milk the Cow | Carlton

Cheese and wine flights are just the start of the blue-tiful journey at Milk The Cow. Cheese boards are also matched with cider, sparkling, beer, sake and whiskey. Once you’ve made your way through those, oozing individual fondue pots will have your tastebuds demanding more.

Gazi
2 Exhibition St, Melbourne | Gazi

When Nigella Lawson points you in the direction of food, you follow her finger. After a visit to Melbourne, she named Gazi’s feta chips the favourite thing she ate in 2017. Fat, chunky chips tossed through garlic oil, these bad boys are topped with feta and seasoned to perfection. ‘These chips were absolutely worth flying the 10,496.05 miles for,’ she wrote in The Guardian.

QVM The French Shop
Queen Victoria Market

In case you’re throwing a weekend cheese party (hint hint to anyone reading), stop by The French Shop. Located in Queen Victoria Market’s Deli Hall, the store is home to imported and local cheese. Pick up terrines, sausages and pâtés while you’re there.

Spring Street Grocer
157 Spring Street, Melbourne VIC 3000 | springstreetgrocer.com.au

Home to Australia’s first underground cheese maturation cellar, Spring Street Grocer is a leading cheesemonger. Farmhouse and artisan cheeses sourced locally and aboard rotate regularly, according to seasonality. Their intimate basement space can be booked for cheese-themed cocktail and dinner parties.

White Mojo
115 Hardware Street, Melbourne VIC 3000 | whitemojo.com.au

White Mojo made waves on social media following their Instagram-friendly menu. Awarded the “must eat dish of 2017” in The Weekly Review, head in for the double-cheese chilli scrambled egg. It’s a rich combination of Parmesan, cheddar, smoked belly bacon, chilli mayo, fried chilli and toasted sweet-corn on ink brioche.

GG Restaurant
158 Clarendon Street, East Melbourne VIC 3002 | gg150.com.au

Gorgonzola, mascarpone, parmesan and gnocchi come together for a glorious meal at GG Restaurant. It’s exactly as stringy, rich and pillow-light as you imagine.

Boilermaker House
209-211 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne VIC 3000 | boilermakerhouse.com.au

Renowned for their craft beer and whiskey, the food menu at Boilermaker House is also a tempting proposition for cheese-lovers. The team obviously know who they’re dealing with. Choose from a huge range of international (with a focus on French) cheeses, customisable cheeseboards and ploughman’s platters.

DOC Pizza & Mozzarella
295 Drummond Street, Carlton VIC 3053 | docgroup.net

It’s cheese mania at DOC Pizza & Mozzarella. Alongside mozzarella topped pizza and goats cheese tiramisu, there’s a huge selection of post-meal cheese. Buffalo mozzarella, burrata and gorgonzola are the highlights.

1806
169 Exhibition Street, Melbourne | 1806

A reigning cocktail bar in Melbourne, a night out at 1806 isn’t complete without some cheeky cheese. Pair their excellent cocktails with baked garlic and rosemary camembert or cheese boards. Goats cheese and chorizo croquettes with house pickles are also an ideal Friday night treat.

Toasta & Co
181 Adderley Street, West Melbourne VIC 3003 | toastaandco.com.au

Originally a food truck dedicated to toasties (yes, they are geniuses), Toasta & Co’s permanent venue means you’ll have toastie supplies year-round. You’ll want the croquet monsieur, a toastie of gouda, cheddar, mustard, béchamel and shaved ham. It’s topped with more béchamel, melted gruyere and spring-onion.

More cheese? Please!


Work for your afternoon treat with a Manchester Unity Building Tour, followed by afternoon cheese and wine.

Source: Cheese-lovers guide to Melbourne
Posted 18 July 2018 in Bars, Food | melbourne.vic.gov.au


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