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12 Of Melbournes Best Gastropubs

20 July 2015

The Vic on Hyde in Yarraville has re-opened as the considerably swisher gastropub now known as the Hyde Street Hotel. An epic internal overhaul is sure to stun locals who haven’t popped in in a wee while. With 12 craft beers on tap, the bulging menu features a roasted lamp rump with crushed kipflers and green beans and also a devilish twice-cooked pork belly with candied apple glaze, celeriac puree and watercress. Of course you can go parma, burger or fish and chips if you prefer to keep it simple.

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CONSIDER THE SAUCE review

18 April 2015

As Victoria On Hyde and in our now many years in Yarraville, we’ve had close to no use for these premises. Sure, an occasional quick-stop for beer and/or wine … but the only time I ever stuck my head inside the pub proper, I promptly fled.
Now, though, oh boy!
The place has been re-branded as The Hyde Street Hotel and given a radical makeover – and we’re very happy to be taking it for a whirl on Easter Eve, about a week after it has opened. There’s a rather spartan public bar where a limited choice of menu items is available at significantly lowers prices than in the dining room. There’s a couple of cruisey lounge areas. And there’s the dining room itself – airy, bright and attractive. It almost has an outdoor feel about.
It has booths, widely separated tables and lots of room. The menu starters are in the $10 to $20 range and display the most diversity of the kitchen’s output, with influences from Asia and the Middle East.

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