The Age Good Food Guide Awards 2006 – 2017
Two Hats

Australian Gourmet Traveller Restaurant Awards 2017
Top 100
Ranked Number 20

Melbourne

Crown Complex, Melbourne

Opening Hours

Sunday – Friday: 12 – 3pm, 6 – 11pm
Saturday: 6 – 11pm

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About

Rockpool Bar & Grill Melbourne was inspired by the great steakhouses of North America. With an uncompromising focus on excellent produce – in particular the meat program – beef sourced from only Australia’s very best producers, an outstanding wine list and sharp and enthusiastic service, this is a dining venue that offers a refined yet relaxed experience…the menu is simple and uncomplicated, the room luxurious.

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Menu

“The cornerstone of good cooking is to source the finest produce.” – Neil Perry

Our beef is sourced directly from the producers and dry aged on our premises. The dry ageing process is important as it brings a better flavour to the beef than that of the more common wet aging in cryovac, which in essence is really preserving the beef. This however takes a big commitment as we have many tonnes of beef ageing at any one time. We believe that the three types of beef we have are representative of the best of their type in Australia. Blackmore’s Wagyu, Cape Grim and Minderoo all fit into the strict Rockpool philosophy of humane treatment to the cattle. There are no growth hormones used and no antibiotic feed supplements. This is a rare thing in Australia today, particularly with the standard lot fed cattle.

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Awards & Reviews

Rockpool Bar & Grill Melbourne is an award winning resturant

The Age Good Food Guide Awards 2017
Two Hats
Australian Gourmet Traveller - Restaurant Guide Awards Top 100 2017
Ranked no. 20

Chirashi Sushi: Prepare To Be Bowled Over

Rockpool Files

Chirashi is the type of sushi that most of us have never heard of, despite it being on the scene since the 18th Century, or for as long as its maki sushi (sushi roll) cousins. The word chirashi means scattered, which describes the way in which piles of primarily raw fish, or sashimi, and colourful […]

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