Bite, savour, and swig along the South Wharf Promenade


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Breathing new life into a series of historic cargo sheds on the banks of the Yarra River, South Wharf Promenade has become the culinary home of some of Melbourne’s best hospitality talent.

Delivering a great dining experience and one of the best waterside views of the city, the contemporary dining hotspot plays host to restaurants Akachochin, Bohemian, BangPop, Common Man, Meat Market and Plus 5.

Showcasing flavours from Japan, Spain, Thailand, Germany, and Australia, the riverside precinct is a celebration of international cuisines and an irresistible dining destination for all of Melbourne to enjoy.

Whether you are feasting after a day of shopping at DFO or enjoying a quick bite before the game at Etihad Stadium, the restaurants at South Wharf will fulfil your culinary cravings.

About Akachochin:

Offering traditional Japanese food twisted into modern bursts of flavour, Akochochin is a modern style Tokyo bar serving small dishes the customary izakaya way and with speciality sake comprising over 50 different varieties.

The South Wharf restaurant boasts some of the best Japanese food in Melbourne, thanks to head chef Hitoshi Yoshida.

About Bohemian:

Bohemian is a Spanish influenced Restaurant & Bar serving modern flavour combinations with only the freshest produce to sit alongside your old favourites like paella, tapas and house-made chorizo.

The bar includes a generous selection of sparkling, pinot gris, pinot grigio and chardonnay straight from the grapevines of Spain the world.

About BangPop:

BangPop recreates the energy and excitement of Bangkok’s hawker stands, presenting authentic and succulent Thai dishes all made with seasonal ingredients sourced locally or straight from Thailand, and courtesy of head chef Charlie Nitmaha.

BangPop also has a great range of delicious drinks to suit all preferences; from quirky cocktails to Coopers Pale Ale on tap.

About Common Man:

Serving satisfying rustic meals and a range of local and imported beers, Common Man epitomises Melbourne’s colourful and approachable culture.

There’s a dedicated breakfast menu seven days per week, happy hour and meal specials such as BBQ ribs. All-day plates to share include crispy fried chicken with wasabi and lime mayonnaise, salt and pepper squid, tacos, burgers, pizza, fish and chips, and beef brisket.

About Meat Market:

Dedicated to the flavours of an open flame grill, Meat Market is the ideal spot to sample the best meats Victoria has to offer.

Meat Market offers pasture fed beef from some of Australia’s best ethical producers, as well as chicken, seafood, lamb and kangaroo sourced in Victoria. The open kitchen means guests can get up close to the culinary action before enjoying some of the best steak in Melbourne.

About Plus 5:

Plus 5 is a boutique cocktail, tapas and pizza bar offering tasty wood fired cuisine alongside an array of incredible artisan drinks. The cocktail menu features both the classics and a host of unique signature cocktails.

The Plus 5 lounge features regular sessions which may include Live Jazz, happy hour and Whisky Wednesdays.

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