Stalactites is a Melbourne Institution and most Melburnians would have stopped by here on a late drunken escapade as it’s opened 24 hours. So when Baby A only has a few nights left in Melbourne before he jet sets off back to QLD, all the babies decided to take him to Stalactite.
The fried cheese (saganaki) was very disappointing. It was super duper hard and was not pleasant at all. The bowl of chippies though, were crunchy and seasoned well and the mixed dips were fantabulous!
Saganaki – $14
Bowl of Chips (Large) – $8
Homemade mixed dips – $13
The pita bread here was fluffy and it was quite heavy so if you do get extra for your dippies, don’t over order.
Pita Bread – $2.50
Stalactites is known for the souvas so we definitely had to get the lamb souva. The lamb was oh so tender and the lettuce and tomatoes were so fresh. Oh, the
Lamb Giro Souvlaki – $17
Tender marinated lamb, pita bread, lettuce, tomatoes & homemade tzatziki
Stalactites does get super busy at lunch and dinner so if you do want to come in at that time, definitely make a booking. They’re open 24 hours and if you’re looking for a souva hit, this is your place. We’ll be back Stalactites and it’ll be when we’re sober and not on our drunken escapade.