Planning lunch or dinner out with friends? Port Melbourne has some of the best dining options including restaurants that offer everything from fine dining to cheap casual lunches with a glass of wine. Choose from some of the best venues with waterfront, beach, Yarra River and City views.
If you're looking for a cool restaurant in one of Port Melbourne's food precinct’s including, Station Pier, Bay Street and Beach Street or for BYO, Seafood, Japanese, Indian, Thai, Chinese, Modern Australian or Italian dining, we make it easy to discover the perfect place for your next Saturday night out, private dining experience or group Sunday lunch. Many top restaurants have been reviewed by Melbourne’s food critics and are also perfect to celebrate your next special event including birthday, engagement, cocktail, Christmas or corporate party. It’s that simple!
The Railway Club Hotel has remained one of the busiest dining rooms in Melbourne for over ten years. Its atmosphere and ambiance has stood the test of time. No pretence, just true Port Melbourne style.
You can pick your own meat from our display fridge and see it cooked to perfection at our open kitchen. With such a commanding range of cuts and sizes we never disappoint.
But it’s not just all about the steaks. We are also famous for our seafood and expansive selection of specials. Try our chef’s-own Cevapcici skinless sausages with olive tapenade, or our whole grilled 700g flounder.
Our chefs pride themselves on the quality and freshness of their selected produce. All food is made on the premises — we even make are own ice creams and desserts.
We also have an expansive wine-list, with a huge range of premium reds. Our own cellared wines and tempting reserve wine-list are perfect for any special occasion!
The hotel’s first floor function rooms were renovated in 2008/2009. The contemporized rooms provide an elegant feel, retaining the architectural features of the hotel’s rich history. With crystal chandeliers, wood paneled walls, classic wallpaper and a new smoker’s deck, it’s the perfect venue for your next function
The hotel’s public bar has a friendly sporting theme, with huge plasma screens showing all the major sporting events. With a new TAB kiosk and Sky Channel, it’s a great place to relax and get your bets on during the Spring Carnival. When all the sporting fervour inevitably works up an appetite, try something from the traditional pub menu. The crumbed lamb cutlets with creamy mash and gravy are a staunch favorite — as are the $10 daily specials.
Meals from the public bar and restaurant can elso be enjoyed in the sunshine on the outdoor tables.