I was looking for a different and original place for dinner, and in this case it was the legendary and highly recommended restaurant, the Melbourne Supper Club. It was a little bit hard to find because there's only a mini poster on a door next to a wine shop. Going up a narrow staircase leads you to the first floor. It's decorated with leather sofas, armchairs and various corners that are dimly lit with candles, which gives it a romantic, intimate and exclusive touch. I'd say it's similar to a jazz club hidden in the basement of a warehouse. There are over a hundred wines on the menu, with the walls lined with bottles, so that, for those of you ve are wine lovers, it's the ideal place to enjoy it. As for the food, they have original dishes based on Anglo-Saxon food. In short, it's an excellent spot to enjoy a good wine in good company as you discuss the day's and trip's stories.
I would recommend this place to anyone who wants to try a fusion of innovation, where the portions are very generous. The food is strictly vegetarian, fusing dishes from cuisines from around the world - don't expect to find a simple green salad. We tried some delicious dumplings, and spicy Thai food, and tried seitan for the first time - really delicious! The staff are young, friendly and attentive, and it's decorated in a modern, comfortable style.