Deluxe dinner deliveries: 10 Melbourne venues that deliver to your door

Seoulja Boy delivers the goods. Photo: Tim Grey Photography

Seoulja Boy delivers the goods. Photo: Tim Grey Photography

If you’re trying to decide where to go in Melbourne for a deluxe dinner, why not order in instead of hitting up Chapel Street or Flinders Lane?

These aren’t your average takeaways – this is top-notch nosh delivered to your door. Between the home-delivered delights of Uber Eats, Deliveroo, Foodora and Menulog, you might never want to line up for dinner again.

Here are 11 of our favourite venues that deliver to your door (if you’re lucky enough to live close by):

Milk the Cow

For a pre-meal snack, nothing beats a cheese board – and Milk the Cow has some of the best fromage in town.

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Nobu

Nobu is an internationally recognised Japanese restaurant brand known for its modern take on an ancient cuisine.

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Entrecote

This stylish Parisian-influenced steakhouse offers classic French dishes and sweet treats.

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Le Bon Ton

Southern specialities are the order of the day – think chilli cheese fries, southern-fried chicken and pecan pie.

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+39 Pizzeria

  • 362 Little Bourke Street, city, & 517 Malvern Road, Toorak
  • plus39.com.au

Home to simple and elegant Italian eats, +39 offers thin-crust pizza, pasta and tasty handmade focaccias.

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Piquancy

Sharp in flavour and appetising in looks, Piquancy’s vibrant dishes are a modern take on Indian cuisine – but don’t fret, there’s butter chicken on the menu for less adventurous folk.

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Ricky & Pinky

Andrew McConnell’s up-market Chinese restaurant at the Builders Arms Hotel delivers on flavour and colour. On the menu, there’s everything from pork dumplings to crispy quail.

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Supernormal Canteen

McConnell’s second entry in our list is an offshoot of his mega-successful CBD eatery, Supernormal. The recently opened venue delivers Sichuan pickles, lobster rolls and peanut butter parfait.

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Seoulja Boy

This recently-launched city spot offers modern Korean fusion dishes, including four types of bibimbap, scrumptious soups and kimchi fried rice.

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Bistro Morgan

Finish dinner with a sweet surprise from young restaurateur Morgan Hipworth’s gourmet doughnut shop.

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