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Becco is a lively restaurant and one of the downtown's most popular Italian eateries. The speciality here is seafood, and if you’re a fish lover then try the ‘whole fish of the day’ special. Becco is most known for its innovative approach to Italian classics. You will also find an adjoining bar on-site.


Melbourne’s ethnic diversity is reflected in its culinary world, and as gastronomic outings are a bit of a local obsession, there is a vast variety of restaurants to choose from. It is no surprise that Melbourne is dubbed the eating capital of Australia. Many of Melbourne’s areas have distinct culinary character — from the Greek atmosphere of Lonsdale Street, to Carlton’s "Little Italy", to the wide choice of Chinatown around Little Bourke Street. Near the Yarra River, at the Southgate complex you can enjoy striking views of the city and spectacular waterfront while you dine. You will find something for every palate and price range — from fine dining to quick noodles, from focaccia to fish of the day. Discover Melbourne not only through your eyes, but also with your taste buds.