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In its newest incarnation EVA on Drummond is an intimate modern wine bar with a focus on being relaxed and accessible. Our extensive wine offering caters to every individual taste and is designed to match with our food offering.
CRU is best understood when you've seen all its colours. Start your day with a coffee, breakfast, and the day's paper, served by familiar faces. Kick back in the afternoon with man's best friend in our sunny courtyard, while enjoying a burger and an ice-cold beer. As the sun gets low, come talk shop with our resident 'wine guy' in the cosy front bar over a glass of something red, just before sitting down to a beautiful dinner in our Private Dining Room.FUNCTIONS & EVENTSFrom 10 - 150, we'd love to host your event, whatever it may be: milestone birthdays, school functions, even weddings. To meet your needs, we offer a Private Dining Room with it's own balcony & sound system, the Courtyard + the affectionately named "Shed," and when the rest is not enough, the entire venue is available.
A one of a kind resto-bar, Arabesque is a fusion-inspired mecca of Turkish & Middle-Eastern cuisine. Blending elegantly themed interiors and a unique ambience, Arabesque aspires to be your choice for a fun filled family meal, a quiet romantic dinner, relaxing after work drinks and Meze or even some scrumptious takeaway. Situated on the Carre Street in Elsternwick, our Mezze style of dining encourages a sharing environment. Positioned as a modern hub with traditional influences, we have quickly grown not only as a vibrant restaurant but also as a mainstay in the bustling nightlife of Melbourne.
Abla’s Lebanese Kitchen brings together one hundred authentic Lebanese recipes that have been handed down from one generation to the next. It is a culinary journey on which your family and friends can experience all the colour, energy and tradition of this ancient Middle Eastern cuisine, with time-honoured dishes such as kibbee, tabouleh, vine leaves, kafta and Alba's famous chicken and rice – an aromatic meal of chicken flavoured with spices and almonds. First published in 2001 as The Lebanese Kitchen, this completely revised and updated edition is rich in detail, sumptuously photographed and beautifully designed. Abla’s Lebanese Kitchen is a treasure trove for anyone wanting to experience the joys of authentic Lebanese food at home.
The Moor's Head (named for the head of the arak still) has a simple menu of pizza, pide, salads and antipasti.''We're calling it inauthentic pizza - people will say it's not Turkish and it's not Lebanese but we're fitting them into an Italian format,'' Abboud says.Traditionally eaten as a breakfast or lunch snack in the Middle East, they have been bumped up in size.
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