Long­song: The Punk Rebel of Mel­bourne’s Restau­rants

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In col­lab­o­ra­tion with Tas­ma­nian David Moyle, cre­ative minds John and Lisa van Haan­del have launched the “naughty lit­tle brother” to Mel­bourne’s Asian sen­sa­tion Lon­grain. Lo­cated above Lon­grain in a re­fur­bished 1900s horse sta­ble, Long­song pro­vides a com­fort­able, light­hearted at­mos­phere in a con­tem­po­rary space with ex­posed brick walls, dra­matic light­ing and loft ceil­ings as well as the sta­ble’s orig­i­nal floors. The menu cel­e­brates sus­tain­able pro­duce, of­fer­ing wood-grilled, bar­be­cued pro­teins and veg­eta­bles, crisp sal­ads and de­li­cious snacks, paired with a com­pre­hen­sive drinks menu rang­ing from bar­reled wines to cus­tom­made spir­its. With its re­laxed bar set­ting and plenty of nooks to sit and chat, Long­song is a cheekier, lighter, more ca­sual al­ter­na­tive to Lon­grain.

Sun–thu 4pm–1am, Fri–sat 4pm–3am, Up­stairs, 40–44 Lit­tle Bourke Street, Mel­bourne. 9653 1611. long­song.com.au

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