Melbourne Square is open for business!
Drawing inspiration from the impressive food and beverage offerings found in the nearby CBD and existing Southbank precinct, Melbourne Square is a rare opportunity to extend on the already impressive and established dining scene.
For a quick bite on the go, a place to knuckle down to an extended business lunch, or laid back Sunday morning breakfasts with friends, the foodie scene is ample.
Melbourne Square includes Southbank’s first major full-line supermarket and Woolworths’ first double-storey supermarket in Victoria. Merging urban precinct with traditional neighbourhood values, the opportunity to shop for every domestic contingency, whether you are hosting a dinner party or need a quick bite after a late night at the office, Melbourne Square introduces an unprecedented level of convenience literally on your doorstep.
Melbourne Square’s full-line format is unlike any other supermarket in the area and boasts a truly integrated shopping experience comprising a broad selection of produce, brands and conveniences spanning across 4,300 square metres.
Premium baked goods and barista-made coffee will be available from the team at Espresso Bar where customers can enjoy a bite to eat and caffeine hit while overlooking our beautiful 3,745 square metre public park.
Morish pizza and other wholesome Sicilian classics can be found at Pizza Pantelleria, which boasts an impressive list of local and international vinos suited to all price ranges and varietal preferences for people looking to wash down their favourite dishes.
Theo’s Fish Bar
Theo's Fish Bar and its gluten friendly options, will make the Friday night takeaway treat an option every night! Tasty grilled and fried seafood options and other fried heroes like dim sims and potato cakes mean Theo’s is a perfect candidate for fun family dinners in our park.
The Golden Bunny
An exciting new venture - Golden Bunny by Tho Tho by Southeast Asian foodie institution Tho Tho Vietnamese Restaurant and Bar will continue the chain’s exceptional run creating energetic food destinations since opening its doors in Richmond’s cultural hub of Victoria Street in 1989.
Adding to the oriental flavours around the precinct is Waku Waku – an authentic Japanese eatery known for its flavour-packed soups and curry menu options suitable for all tastebuds.
BWS Bottle Shop
Shoppers at Melbourne Square can also stock up their cellars at BWS while picking up the groceries at Woolies, or even grab yourself a cold takeaway to enjoy with your takeaway meals at home.