Bellota Wine Bar

181 Bank Street, South Melbourne, Victoria

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From the team behind the neighbouring Prince Wine Store comes Bellota, a pitch-perfect assembly of ingredient-driven dishes and world-class wines. This low-lit space segues from a buzzy front room of marble tables and barside perches to a banquette-lined rear dining room. The menu transitions just as seamlessly from snacks and antipasti to bistro-style mains. Kick off with jamon croquettes, rustic pork terrine, or ruby-hued salumi sliced to order. Larger dishes might blow the budget, and include blush-pink vitello tonnato or duck confit with sauteed potatoes. Drink a bottle from next door for a reasonable corkage fee.

 

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181 Bank Street, South Melbourne, Victoria

  • Cuisine - European
  • Prices - $12 Mains $24 Desserts $12
  • Features - Licensed
  • Cards accepted - EFTPOS, AMEX, Mastercard, Visa
  • Opening Hours - Tues-Sat 11am-11pm
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