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I visited The Royal Derby on a Saturday while in Melbourne with a group of interstate friends. It's external appearance is deceptive as inside it's modern, comfortable and spacious (with a nice open beer garden at rear). Good range of beers on tap. Food was...More
We went along and had the special of $15 dollar steak, salad and chips with the Carlton Draught happy hour of pots for $3 and pints for $6.
The steak was really well cooked, good chips and a very good peppercorns sauce. Would highly recommend!
Went there to try their food and drinks. Cool solace and well maintained. Cold beers for 11 dollars a pint and no many drink specials going on. Calamari was great but small portioned and the fish and chips great! Would like to see more specials...More
This is our second visit- why- well chef knows how to cook a steak- chips were hot and crispy and the steak was fantastic plus chef knows how to cook Kangaroo fillet-staff were great-parking outside $4 an hour Sunday.
A chef that can cook a Kangaroo Fillet and a Rib Eye Steak as ordered (medium rare) is hard to find these days. The entree was great too, calamari cooked not tough. Staffs professional. Would definitely come back and recommend.
Fitzroy is an unusual blend of working class roots, hip gentrification, and a robust bohemian work ethic. Along Brunswick Street and its side streets, you'll find little independent shops where local clothes and furniture designers display their wares. There are specialist bookshops, funky record bars, and quality vintage clothing shops where browsing is the next best thing to buying. Gertrude Street is famous for its
cuisine and art galleries, but if you want to buy an old-fashioned snooker table, there is a shop for that too. Small pubs still exist, tucked away on the corners of suburban side streets that serve up traditional Sunday roasts. Live music abounds, and the street performers play so hard you worry to tip them would ruin their concentration. Venture to the Spanish quarter on Johnston Street and you may even find street dancing. It is all happening amidst off-beat street murals and the shuffle of a very funky neighbourhood that embraces both old and new.