Melbourne, known as Australia's cultural capital, is a melting pot of cultures, and Tony is off to discover what makes it so special.Go to Episode
Tony and fellow chefs Greg Malouf, Andrew McConnell and Geoff Lindsay are treated to a 7-course meal at the chef's table of Paul Wilson's restaurant, Half Moon, in the Brighton neighborhood.
120 Church St., Brighton, VIC 3186, Australia
Joseph Abboud, owner of Rumi, serves Tony a selection of Lebanese dishes from the menu. Tony samples BBQ lamb ribs, fried lamb brains, Persian goat roast and marinated BBQ quail to name a few.
132 Lygon St., Brunswick East, VIC 3057, Australia
Melbournians love breakfast, and Tony is invited to The European to meet owner Con Christopolous, known as Melbourne's Cafe King.
161 Spring St., Melbourne, VIC 3000, Australia
The Queen Victoria Market houses everything from meats and vegetables to gourmet food stalls, clothing and shoes. Tony and friend Paul Wilson make stops at the Bratwurst Shop and the Polish sausage stall.
Corner of Elizabeth and Victoria Sts., Melbourne, VIC 3000, Australia
Istanbul Halal Meats
Continuing the tour down Sydney Road, Tony and Matt sample some cured meats at Istanbul Halal Meats. One of their specialties is Bastourma, a highly seasoned, air-dried cured beef.
609 Sydney Rd., Brunswick, VIC 3056, Australia
Town Hall Kebab
The last stop along Sydney Road is a small outdoor eatery called Town Hall Kebab, where they serve lamb and chicken kebabs with fresh veggies, bread and lots of sauces.
260 Sydney Rd., Brunswick, VIC 3056
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