In the glass-domed, Scandi-inspired restaurant, a flood of natural light washes over Parisian bistro chairs encircling marble tables, comfy banquettes, and an open kitchen with a coal-fire grill and wood-fired oven in the centre.
Half Acre is one of the best looking crop of new restaurants in Melbourne. Named after the size of the land it sits on, the all-day bar and restaurant offers a variety of small and large dishes. Tuck into the wood-fired pizzas like the classic Margherita (AU$21), or the fiery Salami pizza (AU$24) topped with mozzarella, fresh basil and burnt chillies. Those with a heartier appetite should go for the ½ Grilled Chicken (AU$32) accompanied with curried pumpkin and wood-fired broccolini.