Monday, September 29, 2008

Melbourne Bites #1: Vue for Value




Vue de Monde, rated twice by Gourmet Traveller as restaurant of the year has a reputation for the finest French food in Melbourne and probably all of Australia. Of course, with this status comes fine food at a price. But for a bit of restaurateur Shannon Bennet’s magic, check out Café Vue, its casual but not poorer cousin which serves up no frills lunches at a very reasonable price. Sit out in the Café’s courtyard under the precious Melbourne sun and have the ever popular Vue burger (deliciously juicy meat patty with bacon, fresh lettuce and luscious aioli, sandwiched in a house made brioche sesame bun) with a side of shoestring fries… all for $10. Magnifique!

Cafe Vue
430 Little Collins Street (at the front of the Normanby Chambers Building)
Monday to Friday from 7am to 4pm.

1 comments:

teenuts September 30, 2008 at 1:50 PM  

the burger really is as tasty as it looks : )It should really come with a warning - "...warning: once ordered you are most likely to keep ordering it again."

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