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Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Ca De Vin



[ pictured above, from left to right : the entrance, the old building walls, the view as one looks back to the entrance. ]

Tucked in the small Postal Lane running through the General Post Office building is Ca de Vin (House of Wine), a cozy restaurant in heart of Melbourne but with a somewhat European setting. The entrance may be easily overlooked by shoppers and passers-by, but once you stumble into it you’re in for a treat. Have a good look at the old-fashioned windows and walls to the left and old posters and blackboards with the Specials as the staff gladly guide you to your seat, then find your way through the menu and match it up with a glass (or two) of red or white wine for a fine gastronomic experience.

Sample the duck ravioli or the interesting linguini with crab, saffron and grilled lime. Paired with the Crabtree Riesling, the meal would definitely go down very well. Try going on a Satuday afternoon when it is not as hectic as the usual lunch rush, but the place is also ideal for a coffee catch-up or perhaps a dinner date!



the duck ravioli and crab linguini


See for yourself!
Address : GPO 350 Bourke St. Melbourne VIC

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