The Toff in Town
Cuisine: Thai, Tapas
Curtin House, Level 2, 252 Swanston Street, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Ph: 03 9639 8770
Found on the top floor of Curtis House is the restaurant/ bar with the dodgy name. Designed by architect Phillip Schemnitz and co-owner Camillo Ippoliti, The Toff is an absolute delight to look at. It is divided into two parts: a music venue, and a bar and restaurant.
As you turn towards the bar – surrounded by dark, upholstered walls and enough mirrors to confuse anyone – you see The Toff’s unique “train carriage” booths.
The bar is chilled out, the bartenders are friendly and unpretentious. Post drinks, make a mad dash for one of the booths. In your booth, privacy is king. Close the doors, pull the blinds, ring the bell for service when you want.
The impressive food menu is heavily inspired by the Thai cuisine, mixed with a fair Australian flair. The best dishes would be the roasted duck, snow pea and coconut salad with rice pancakes. Don’t forget to have some dessert.
The Toff In Town is the toff in town. With the impressive number of drinks, the delicious food and the extremely pleasant ambience, you cannot go wrong with The Toff. Don’t miss to read the highlights of the restaurant below–
|Price||A$70 for two (approx.) with alcohol