The workforce from South Melbourne’s Half Acre is behind the all-day eatery Cityfields which is the most recent addition to the rising leisure and eating precinct.
Cityfields’ floor ground hosts public bar, restaurant, two alfresco eating areas and personal eating and occasion house The Lengthy Room.
Upstairs is ready to open in Might, however will host the terrace eating Room, bar, rooftop backyard and personal eating room boasting metropolis skyline views.
Open from noon for lunch and dinner, the Cityfields menu is impressed by European bistros with native produce within the highlight throughout the dishes.
Anticipate small share plates like olive gildas with guindilla pepper and anchovy, alongside uncooked kingfish crudo with native lime dressing.
There’s additionally hand-made pastas, alongside brasserie classics like steak and frites, plus wood-roasted rooster, grilled trout and an American-style cheeseburger.
For the candy tooth at your desk, there’s a roving dessert cart topped with each day cake and tart specials or a bunch of a la carte choices.
For drinks, Cityfields has crafted a spread of signature cocktails together with native wines, beers and spirits.
“Cityfields is an idea that we’ve had in thoughts for a while now, and it was essential for us to search out the proper house to present the thought the house it deserved,” says Cityfields Co-owner Adam Wright-Smith.
“With 12-metre excessive ceilings, views of Melbourne’s metropolis skyline, a rooftop backyard and a grand staircase, we immediately felt that this was the proper place to deliver Cityfields to life.”
Cityfields collaborated with designers Pasquale Cook dinner and Studio Manifold for the construct, which includes a European theme with classic Murano chandeliers, terrazzo desk tops and timber double doorways for the grand entrance.
Cityfields is open on a regular basis from 12pm and is positioned at Chadstone Buying Centre, 1341 Dandeong Street, Victoria.