Little Hunter Grill House Lands

Little HunterMelbourne’s newest farm-to-fork restaurant has landed smack bang in the CBD and suit-clad carnivores are making a beeline straight here.

With a roll call featuring American chef Gavin Baker and Aussie born and bred Pete Evans, it’s no wonder Little Hunter is the talk of the town.

Meat, glorious meat is the mantra. Not to mention organic and ethically sourced produce. Say hello to roast chicken with Moroccan spices and soured cream; wood-roasted pork with kale, cider vinegar and sausage; and lamb with olives and crisped belly. Pescetarians, wipe your tears, you have a bit to choose from too – blue eye cod with sea grasses, leeks and brown butter; and a must-have watermelon salad with land cress, goats cheese and dandelion.

Tuck into sides which highlight their ‘everything made in-house’ approach, including hand cut fries and roasted yams with the house gremolata.

Take a seat at the stylish communal dining table or request a private booth to gnaw your Ribeye in peace. Either way, you’ll love this stylish American-style grill house with a spike in iron levels to boot.


Little Hunter
Downstairs, 195 Little Collins Street, Melbourne 3000
Open Tuesday to Saturday noon–11pm; Sunday 11am–4pm

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