Longsong: The Punk Rebel of Melbourne’s Restaurants
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