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Pop-up dining deliveries for suburban and regional Melbourne

Melbourne’s most iconic restaurants are hitting the road to deliver the goods. Order ahead and let fine dining, fresh cocktails and French pastries come to you.

Dining

San Telmo

Delivery to 20 different council areas

Argentinian foodie faves San Telmo have launched a heap of at home meals with an extensive list of delivery locations. Melt in the mouth dry aged rib eye, goat curd sweet potato and dulce de leche-filled cookies are just the beginning of this journey into Flavourtown. Or just buy DDL it by the jar, they won’t judge. Dishes come fully prepared (or close to it) so there’s minimal skill required. Order by Tuesday every week to lock it in.

An outdoor dining area in the city

San Telmo

Pinchy’s Made by Sea tour

Pop-up suburban tour

No need to pinch yourself – Pinchy’s is now sailing through the suburban seas with a series of pop up locations. And when the crew comes to town, they bring all the goods. Like crab tacos, truffle fries and the iconic foot long lobster rolls. Check the Pinchy’s Instagram for details on the next stop.

Tonka

CBD + 20km, regular regional runs

We all know what happens when you try to get your own butter chicken. Stay home and let Tonka do the driving for you. The take home menu is a delicious selection of Tonka’s best dishes, like potato samosas, lamb curries and silky chai spiced cheesecake. Order for contactless delivery up to 20km Tuesday to Saturday, and check Instagram for updates on their regional runs. Recent locations have included Ballarat, Geelong, Frankston, Apollo Bay and Mornington.

Grossi a Casa

CBD + 35km and Mornington Peninsula

Italian institution Grossi Florentino’s indulgent menu is now available at home. Feast on arancini, pumpkin tortellini, and lasagna. Order a fine wine and finish with the tiramisu. Handmade by chefs Guy Grossi and Chris Rodriguez, from their casa to yours. The ready to heat menu is available for pick up or delivery. Stay tuned to their website and socials for info on the next Mornington Peninsula delivery date.

Neon lights on restaurants at night

Grossi a Casa is coming home

Mamasita

Pop-up suburban tour

Mamasita’s lively Mexican cantina vibe is hitting the road. Popping up in a bunch of ‘second home’ locations, the crew takes over local haunts and delivers up to 5km from their temp home. Previous outposts of the margarita slinging kings have included Eltham, Preston and Mordialloc. Keep an eye on their Instagram for what’s next.

Chin Chin

Various locations

Lucky locals can nab one of Melbourne’s most iconic meals – now without any queues! Chin Chin‘s awesome ‘feed me’ menu is going on tour, and it’s fully loaded with all your foodie faves. That means wagyu brisket with chilli vinegar, dumplings, vietnamese coffee pannacotta and more. Stay tuned to their socials for future tour locations. The next delivery date is 2 October.

A table with plates of food on it

Chin Chin delivery

Drinks

KUURA tea house

Anywhere on Earth

Tea from the future is KUURA’s moniker. And whether it’s green or black leaves you fancy, you can source all kinds of teas from their virtual tea shop. From a $25 sample pack, to the trippy Psychotropical raw puer and a mysterious $1,200 tea made from leaves that are only picked once every millenium. The site also sells some truly beautiful teaware, including teapots and a full scale tea starter kit. Where do they deliver you ask? Almost anywhere on Earth – but shipping is free within Australia on orders over $50.

Bar Clara cocktails

$10 flat rate for regional areas

Bar Clara was one of Melb’s newer basement bars, hidden underneath the bright lights of Chinatown. For now their online operation Scarlet & Clove is keeping you lubricated. The 1.5 litre mulled wine packs are where they started. New sips include pineapple daiquiris, espresso martinis and mulled cider. Melbourne Metro delivery is free, and all other shipping is a flat $10 rate, so order up.

Dessert

Lune

Rotating locations

Lune’s legendary croissants can now be delivered to your door. Order online for choc chip cookie croissants, pain au chocolat, cheese and vegemite escargot and more. The team announces a new delivery route every day, giving a heads up to where they’ll be in 3 days time. Slots are available until sold out, so keep your eyes on the Lune Instagram page.

A croissant muffin on a plate

Lune

Mörk

Rotating locations

Tick Mörk’s campfire hot chocolate off your Melbourne bucket list without crossing a single border. There’s a massive range of treats available for delivery Australia wide, including the iconic hot choc kit. It comes complete with 70% hot choc mix, smoked toffee, house made marshmallows and more. Or buy bespoke ceramics and gold titanium plated milk jugs to recreate the full cafe experience. Delivery areas are announced on their socials and website.

Earl Canteen

Far and wide – check the extensive postcode list

Earl’s home delivered support packs are 95% Aussie produce and full of favourites. Make ham and cheese toasties for brekkie, and chicken and hummus grain salad for lunch. Then heat up beef and red pepper meatballs for tea. There’s even a cookie dough roll to get baking in that spare time, and they’ve just launched a dedicated cookie dough delivery section.

Metropolitan Melbourne is now in Stage 4 restrictions. Please note businesses may close or run out of stock at short notice: check with individual businesses. Make sure that you live within 5kms of the business before ordering for takeaway or click and collect. Be smart, be safe and follow directions from the Victorian Government.