Eat Streets: Chapel Street


Chapel Street is home to some of Melbourne’s best restaurants and cafes with countless mouth-watering options to choose from. Here are some of our favourites! This is your foodie guide to the iconic Chapel Street.

132 Chapel St, Windsor 

A Buxton Stonnington favourite - Onethirtytwo not only delivers the goods by having some of the yummiest breakfast/brunch food going around, but their coffee is to die for. They also offer catering/function services as well!

Farro Pizzeria 
126 Chapel St, Windsor 

Hello pizza craving! Farro Pizzeria only offers the best of the best pizza in town that you will definitely want to get a taste of ASAP. Your next special occasion can also be held in one of their elegant function rooms.  

Mr Miyagi
99 Chapel St, Windsor

Locally loved Mr Miyagi stands out of the crowd for us, this restaurant puts a playful spin on the food and flavours of Japan.

Hawker Hall
98 Chapel St, Windsor

Want the food to fit the vibe? Hawker Hall is the place to be. This very popular restaurant resembles that of an authentic Southeast Asian food hall. The owner Chris spent 3 years travelling Asia, researching to capture the vibe to bring back to Melbourne and we reckon he nailed it! It’s also conveniently located right next to our Stonnington Office!

Fonda Mexican
144 Chapel St, Windsor

Tequila & tacos! Your one stop shop to deliciousness. Fonda Mexican is Mexican food at its finest.

Morris Jones Restaurant & Cocktail Bar
163 Chapel St, Windsor

Morris Jones is a restaurant & cocktail/wine bar that offers a delicious and unique Californian Japanese cuisine. If you’re after a whole lot of fun with your dinner, they have a rotating line-up of DJ’s from 8pm on Friday & Saturday nights.

501 Chapel St, South Yarra

Name something better than a fresh loaf of sourdough? A fresh loaf of sourdough with a golden cup of coffee! Rustica has everything that brunch is about, delicious food & good coffee. 

Abacus Bar & Kitchen
383 Chapel St, South Yarra

From bircher muesli & scrambled eggs to a glass of red & a juicy steak, Abacus doesn’t just stop at brunch, they have embraced that ‘all day dining’ model that would suite the all-day brunchers who are keen to spend the day surrounded by tasty food.

Sugar Bowl Café
325 Chapel St, Prahran

Not only do they serve some of the best coffee in Melbourne, Sugar Bowl Café also have some of the best slices, cookies and cakes that are hard to say no to when you’re feeling something a little different than eggs on toast. 

We are sure we have got you craving some of this foodie goodness that we bet you can’t wait to get your hands on! Watch this space for more foodie guides to Victoria.