The Post Office Hotel Dining Hall

229-231 Sydney Road, Coburg, Victoria

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The good-looking mess hall attached to Coburg’s Post Office Hotel has a rock-star pedigree, with Tex Perkins and Dallas Crane alumni as owners. So, cracking soundtrack: check. Booths, communal tables and beer garden beckon, and an open kitchen provides sizzle. The everyman menu courses from breakfasts to a bumper wagyu-beef burger and crispy-based pizzas. A pastrami sandwich is a revelation, on a fluffy white roll with crunchy sauerkraut and melted gruyere. Even the most avowed sweet-tooth may face defeat at the hands of the ‘chocolate nemesis’, a rich, fudgy cake.

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229-231 Sydney Road, Coburg, Victoria

  • Cuisine - Contemporary
  • Prices - Breakfasts $12 Lunches $16 Desserts $12
  • Features - Licensed
  • Cards accepted - EFTPOS, Mastercard, Visa
  • Opening Hours - Sun 7am-3pm, 5.30-10pm; Tues-Sun 7am-3pm & 5.30-11pm; Wed-Thurs 7am-3pm & 5.30pm-midnight; Fri-Sat 7am-3pm & 5.30-1am
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