Food is the heart of life. Farm-to-table food knows the source, and it is also people's increasing pursuit of diet. Whether it is a foodie or a self-cooking person, fresh seasonal ingredients are the key and foundation of deliciousness and peace of mind. In the vegetable and fruit section of supermarkets in some areas, the photo, name, and location of the farmer who planted the vegetable and fruit will even be posted, which is also the grower’s confidence and recommendation on the results of their own efforts. There are still many restaurants in Melbourne that can put the farm directly on the table, so that we in the city can always feel the fresh pastoral cuisine. Don't think that this is to take you to eat grass, vegetables, fruits, fish, roasted, boiled, and stewed. Of course, what makes your heart pounding is rich and varied.
The Grain Store
Combining traditional European cooking with Australian pie, all the ingredients come from CERES Fair Food Organic Food Delivery Service, a local food supply chain that aims to provide the freshest organic ingredients and reduce the burden of food. Special recommendation is brunch, assortment of sandwiches and salads.
Address: 517 Flinders Lane, Melbourne
Phone: 03 9972 6993

Coin Laundry Café
There are Allpress coffee and Noisette's daily freshly baked bread, all using freshly grown local ingredients. It's no wonder that he is hiding in a corner, but he is always full of guests.
Address: 61 Armadale St, Armadale
Phone: 03 9500 1888

Time Out Melbourne
B'Stilla is a Moroccan restaurant, one of the owners is also the chef of the popular restaurant Mamasita. Select local fresh ingredients, and pay special attention to the reasonable distribution of the dishes on the menu. Here you can eat hearty delicacies suitable for sharing, as well as healthy delicacies such as slow cooking, stewing and fish.
Address: 30b Bray St, South Yarra
Phone: 03 9826 2370

The Commoner
The owner manages every detail in every detail, from the selection of the ingredients to the order to add water to the guests. The signature is Blue-eyed Cod with House-made Bacon and Turkish-style grilled vegetables. The'no menu, we'll feed you' on Sunday is also very interesting.
Address: 122 Johnston St, Fitzroy
Phone: 03 9415 6876

Farm Café
Is there any more natural restaurant that is more appropriate than Farm Café? Next to the farm in the city, you are in nature and enjoy the freshness and deliciousness. You can also see peacocks, chickens and puppies running around. Unique weddings and various events can also be held here.
Address: Collingwood Childrens Farm, 18 St Heliers St, Abbotsford
Phone: 03 9415 6581

Grub Food Van
The owner said that he wanted to open a piece of land in the store to grow vegetables directly, but they could not get permission from Fitzroy, but they still brought their own vegetables to the restaurant, hoping to use the freshest and well-known raw materials to make the food. The most eye-catching thing in the store is of course a 1965 van that was bought online.
Address: 87-89 Moor St, Fitzroy
Phone: 03 9419 8991

Piqueos, pronounced pak-ee-oss, means small piece of delicacy. It is the best South American restaurant in Melbourne. The local fresh meat is used for roasting. It pays attention to the original taste. It is not pre-marinated before roasting. When roasting, it adds various vegetables, spices and wine. . A Six beef short ribs, the production process takes 48 hours, and then paired with Triple-cooked Potato Chips, a solid taste without cutting corners.
Address: 298 Rathdowne St, Carlton North
Phone: 03 9349 2777

Hunky Dory Fish and Burger Bar
In the past 10 years, 4 branches have been opened, allowing Melburnians to eat delicious seafood during lunch. It also turned fried fish and chips into a healthy delicacy, using grilling instead of frying. In addition, there are fish rolls, fish burgers and fresh Mediterranean salads to choose from.
Address: Shop 3/181 Bay St, Port Melbourne
Phone: 03 9646 1020

Address: Shop17 / 670 Chapel St, South Yarra
Phone: 03 9826 6875

Address: 252 Clarendon St, South Melbourne
Phone: 03 9696 4025

Address: 3/284 Highett Rd, Highett
Phone: 03 9555 4787

Lucky Coq
Fresh from the farm does not mean grazing or expensive. The bar has a live DJ, a casual and relaxing atmosphere, and a terrace where you can blow air. The most important thing is that the pizza is delicious and affordable.
Address: 179 Chapel St, Windsor
Phone: 03 9525 1288

Slow Food Farmers' Market
If eating out can no longer meet your demand for fresh ingredients, then this market must be suitable for you. All products are delivered organically in the season, and you can directly face-to-face with farmers and suppliers and ask them about planting techniques. Donate $2 to stay for a day and bring pets into the venue. In addition, you can buy amazing Warialda sausages and Jim's pork pie here. Warm reminder, plastic bags are not provided in the market, remember to bring eco-friendly bags or carts.
Address: 1 St Heliers St, Abbotsford
Phone: 03 9415 3600
Time: 8am-1pm on the fourth Saturday of every month

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