Cecconi’s has been synonymous with the Melbourne dining scene since the late 1980s. Head Chef Maurice Esposito provides consistency on the menu and is supported by an impressive service team, providing the recipe for success.
The restaurant is located below ground at the top end of Flinders Lane and has remained solid amid the vast amount of openings in this Melbourne laneway.
Guests dine with total confidence in a menu that is reliable and always classically Italian. Perhaps start with a teaser from the antipasti selection to get the tastebuds ready. Then move on to the entrees – perhaps the sensational super-fresh seared scallops, zucchini batons, morel mushroom and scallop roe jus will tempt you? To follow, check out the pasta selection or the meat and fish dishes on offer on the main course menu. Fish ‘n’ chips features beer-battered fish of the day served with tartar sauce and lemon. Cooked to perfection, this classic dish is a perennial favourite.
PSST! Breakfast at Cecconi’s is great for business. Not classic Italian, but there are a couple of Italian-influenced dishes – well worth a visit!