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Why not dine in one of the best Melbourne restaurants - felt, a Melbourne dining treasure. Located on the ground floor of Hotel Lindrum, felt has built a reputation as one of the best Melbourne restaurants to dine in. Felt restaurant serves delightful, seasonal fare in a charming, intimate environment, where quality and service are sophisticated, yet unassuming. Named after the green 'felt' lining on top of the hotel's famous billiard table, this Melbourne restaurant cleverly combines modern day furnishings within a historical Melbourne landmark. Intimately seating up to 40 guests, felt restaurant is the perfect setting for your next Melbourne function or dining occasion.
$18 - $28
Gluten Free Options
European, Contemporary, Australian
Seating, Waitstaff, Parking Available, Validated Parking, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Free Wifi, Reservations, Accepts Credit Cards
We have enjoyed breakfasts and mains here, and the food is always well presented and high quality. Being a small restaurant, some items (e.g. desserts) might be off the menu if you order too late and there's been a run on them earlier.
We booked this hotel for two nights as my husband was working three late night shifts in Melbourne. We booked the Hotel Lindrum because I am an Accor member. We rarely come into Melbourne for dinner and so we take any dining experience in the...More
We booked based on location.
What a gem. House in the Lindrum hotel of Walter Lindrum fame this small restaurant served up some great food from a simple menu.
The service was efficient, wine by the glass well suited to the meals.
There’s a lot...More
Group Booking for our wedding reception for 26 people. They exceeded our expectations, and we were impressed with how accommodating they were to our specified needs.
We needed a venue for a lunch wedding reception close to the Victorian Marriage Registry located at Old Treasury...More
For $120 for 2 pax, you could get more value for your money by dining elsewhere. There were only 2 occupied tables including ours for a Saturday high tea. The most expensive items in the afternoon tea set were 2 small salmon sandwiches. The rest...More
The Felt Restaurant provides the perfect setting of a quiet dining setting whilst watching the bustle of Melbourne. The staff are extremely attentive and helpful, our shared 7 course menu was delicious, well presented and excellently timed. Near by car park was also well priced...More
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