A true taste of Melbourne
Eat in, drink up and experience authentic Melbourne dining with our selection of some of the best restaurants and bars the city has to offer.
- From high tea to modern Italian
- à la carte lunch and dinner
- An award winning range of wines and whiskys
- Exquisite breakfast buffets
Just a few steps away from Melbourne’s iconic Flinders Lane, you’ll find our Alluvial Restaurant. The beautiful open-air atrium space is perfect for a luxuriously lazy lunch, a business meeting or a sophisticated evening meal under the stars. Sample modern cuisine with the best local produce, some of which is sourced from our rooftop garden, catering to breakfast, à la carte-style lunch and dinners.
Merchant, led by one of Australian leading chefs, Guy Grossi, is an accessible dining venue suitable for various occasions including after-work drinks, function, breakfast, business meeting and group gatherings. Merchant focuses on Northern Italian cuisine with the menu and wine list featuring traditional items from the area.
Market Lane Bar
Hidden away in an alcove inside the heritage-listed Winfield building, stepping into Market Lane Bar will feel like you’re being let in on one of Melbourne’s best kept secrets. Enjoy an adults-only affair with a modern interpretation of traditional high teas and old fashioned cocktails, or treat yourself to a glass of champagne or whisky from one of the city’s most comprehensive whisky collections.
Bluestone Wine Lounge
Tucked away under our beautiful atrium, Bluestone Wine Lounge offers a relaxed atmosphere for a luxurious drink and bite to eat, no matter the time of day. Light-filled, open, welcoming and calm, stop by for a quick meal with an Australian twist, a coffee or choose a glass of wine or two from our extensive wine list.
A modern twist on the classic afternoon tea, High Coffee is served daily in Market Lane Bar. Enjoy the exotic aromas of roasted premium Arabica coffee complimented by a luxurious selection of sweet and savoury morsels to match.
Mrs D'Ebro's High Tea
Mrs D’Ebro was a society lady who was married to Charles D’Ebro, a London-born Melbourne based architect. Son of a Spanish Baron and Chevalier, Charles designed the Winfield Wing of our building.
Mrs D’Ebro was renowned for the lavish afternoon teas she would serve in her house in Toorak.