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Hawksburn Village is renowned for its exemplary dining institutions. From local favourite French fine diner, Bistro Thierry, to pizza powerhouses +39 and 48 Hours, a wide range of eateries sit alongside bakeries and delectable food stores to form a slice of Melbourne that satisfies all appetites.
A collection of impeccable grocers grace Hawksburn Village – a culinary epicentre with every ingredient covered! Find some of Melbourne’s finest meats at Peter Bouchier, an array of fresh and imported goods at fine food purveyor Toscano’s, a world of spices at Gewürzhaus and the freshest of salads at food emporium Stocked. Fashion reigns as much as food does here, with some of Australia’s most celebrated labels making themselves at home on Malvern Road. Hawksburn Village hosts both luxury labels and everyday wear, including the likes of Camilla, Grace, Husk, Seed Heritage and Witchery. There's even something for the little ones at Jacadi Paris and Bonds.
A milieu abundant with natural reserves, South Yarra and its vibrant surroundings really are unique, verdant retreats. The tranquil Victoria Gardens, Prahran, is where historical flowerbeds form one of the city’s most stunning parks, while the grandeur of the Royal Botanical Gardens provides the perfect location for a weekend picnic or run around 'The Tan'. Equally impressive is South Yarra’s extensive network of public transport routes. This, combined with its close proximity to the Monash Freeway, makes Hawksburn one of Melbourne’s most connected areas.
Found in an enormous factory space across the road from the residences is Hobba – a cafe epitomising all that is great about Melbourne-style cafe dining. The old site was cleverly converted into an industrial chic eatery, which also makes for an ideal function setting. Hobba is a trusted coffee spot for many locals.
For three generations the Toscano family has delivered fresh produce to Melbourne. If you don’t spot the sign, you’ll notice the store from its alluring floral display out the front of the store. Step inside and you’ll find a seasonal collection of fruits and vegetables, as well as locally baked breads and international imports.
Serving the discerning palates of the area's clientele, Peter Bouchier is considered one of Melbourne’s finest butchers. Peter Bouchier himself is at the helm, a man whose family operates fourteen butchers. The Toorak store specialises in multiple primary cuts of meat, from eye fillets to masculine rib eyes and Gape grim beef from Tasmania.
Stocked's enticing window display draws those strolling down Malvern Road into a store brimming with freshly made salads echoing the flavours of Europe and Asia, as well as daily provisions and delicacies. Inside reveals a true haven for culinary connoisseurs, housing an array of take home meals, plump pies, hearty soups, sweet puddings and more.
Bistro Thierry allows diners to experience the ambience and hospitality of a Parisian or Lyonnaise restaurant right here in Melbourne. French classics are livened with contemporary techniques among warm and sophisticated surroundings. An eatery for true epicureans, Bistro Thierry has a loyal number of locals who regularly pop in for a quick trip to France!
Arguably Hawksburn Village's most bustling cafe, right in the heart of the strip, Officine Zero is a popular meeting point for friends and family. Visitors can enjoy Italian-style espresso and Melbourne-style cafe dishes to match, or grab a small bite such as a cake or pastry if they’re on the go.
A market famous for the finest of produce and specialty grocers overlooked by expert service, Prahran Market is one of Melbourne’s leading food curators. From sustainable seafood and free-range meats to an array of cafes and restaurants if you’d like to sit in and experience the energy of this community, Prahran Market is a one-stop-spot.
Artistically plated dishes are served among inspiring surrounds at Fourth Chapter, with a menu that balances healthy food with a few indulgences. Dishes are served inside under the cafe's tall ceilings, and when the weather permits, Fourth Chapter offers picnic baskets and rugs so diners can take away their food and dine in the stunning Victoria Gardens next door.
Spanning two hectares, Victoria Gardens Prahran maintains hints of its heritage and original park flora. A verdant retreat, the gardens feature a timber pergola with tables for weekend lunches with family and friends, while hosting a playground beside its grand green oval, perfect for energetic canine companions.
A respected name in Melbourne’s floral industry, Kate Hill Flowers sells and delivers fresh flowers and luxury gifts so exquisite they are forever remembered. Gorgeous bouquets are produced with the most premium of flowers. Whether it's a unique arrangement for your own home, or a bouquet for a close friend, Kate Hill is a one-stop shop for all things floral and beautiful.
Tucked away just off Chapel Street is David’s, a restaurant that brings the sweet, salty and spicy flavours of China to Melbourne. An extensive menu comprises house-made Yum Cha to start, followed by delicious plates of seafood, meat and vegetables – all served in uplifting and homely interiors of white timber, Chinese crockery and photos of the owner's family hung up on the walls.
The Flying Duck is more than just a neighbourhood pub. It also serves as a restaurant, dining room, lounge and beer garden. Tucked in the backstreets of Prahran, the venue is perfect for a variety of occasions, whether you are after a casual drink, or a more formal dinner with cherished company.
Tivoli Road Bakery quickly rose in the ranks of Melbourne baking, earning its reputation for its luscious sourdoughbreads, and pastries both sweet and savoury, including some irresistible sausage rolls. Everything is made fresh, daily, and is sure to be a local favourite for Hawksburn House residents.
Past and present, classic and modern, the old stable at South Yarra’s heritage-listed Como House brings together the greatest elements of Melbourne dining. The cafe serves elaborate high teas alongside eat-in picnic baskets so you can trot off to the garden on days that call for the outdoors.
Headed by the youthful and extremely talented head chef, Nick Stanton, Ramblr is a casual fine diner that skillfully fuses the flavours of Europe, Asia and Australia. Serving casual umami inspired lunches and a more formal dinner menu, Ramblr is considered one of Melbourne's best diners.
Proudly standing on the corner of Toorak Road and Chapel Street is the Como Centre, which has not only hosted Channel 10 studios for decades, but is home to over 30 fashion and giftware retailers, alongside the glamorous Palace Cinema and a five-star hotel.
Having produced elegant women’s clothing for over 25 years, Scanlan Theodore has confidently become one of Australia’s strongest fashion labels. Femininity and innovation are key elements in the creation of its designs, which continue to lead the country’s fashion industry.
One of Melbourne’s culinary stalwarts, France-Soir has delivered French classics from the night it opened back in 1986. The brainchild of renowned chef, Jean Paul Prunetti, France-Soir is bustling in the evening with loyal regulars and those seeking a warming French onion soup, a perfect steak and frites, and a French wine to match.