With so many places in Melbourne to check out we decided to venture a touch away from the city so explore and we made our way to Edwin Wine Bar and Cellar. Chic interior and cool vibe, Edwin is definitely where it’s at. The night started off with a selection of meats and cheese where each 40g will range from $10-$12 per type and yep, definitely worth it and you can get a huge variety.
Selection of meats and cheeses
The beef tartare was good quality but it wasn’t tartare. It was basically cooked. The burrata, on the other hand, was smooth, creamy and so light, making me want it more and more.
Victorian Beef Tartare – $19 Burrata – $18
Oh you thought the sides stopped there? No way. We were now up to the salads and the roast cauliflower was oh so delish. The downside was the dish was teeny tiny. The house salad was refreshing and a touch fancy with feta and pomegranates.
Roast Cauliflower – $14 House Salad – $12
The pasta dish we got (I forgot what it was) had charred brussels sprouts and it was creamy and bursting with flavour. Definitely a recommended dish (pretty sure it was one of the specials).
Pasta of the Day
The slow cooked lamb was so frigging tender it just fell apart just looking at it (well almost anyway). It wasn’t super lamby and I loved it! Oh so goooooood!
Slow Cooked Gippsland Lamb – $30
Edwin is a great place for a casual catch up, date night or even a business dinner. The staff are friendly, the food was good and most importantly, we’ll be back.