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Terms & Conditions

Whilst we do accept the Age Good Food gift cards, we do have a limit of 1 gift card per booking.

For bookings of more than 6 guests,
please phone or email the restaurant directly.
Phone: +61 (3) 8663 0500
Email: sales@cecconis.com

TRADING HOURS

Monday – Friday: Breakfast, Lunch & dinner

Saturdays: Dinner only

First sitting:- 5.30pm, 6pm, 6.30pm: these tables must vacate by 8.15pm

Second sitting:- 8.30pm onwards.

Sundays

Exclusive Functions Only
10% Surcharge applies for all Sundays and Public Holidays

ONLINE BOOKINGS

Online reservations are for the main dining room only not the cellar bar.

Reservations for the cellar bar must be made over the phone.
If the time slot you require is unavailable online, please call or email the restaurant directly and we will endeavour to accommodate you.

Please notify us of any special requests:

dietary restrictions
special occasions
cake orders requests

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When thinking about the best restaurants Melbourne, Cecconi’s Flinders Lane should be at the front of your mind. Cecconi’s has carved out a niche for itself by never making a promise it can’t keep. For us it all starts with a welcoming smile then details such as linen tablecloths and good stemware set a grown-up tone that’s maintained throughout. And the food? Expect reliably good, modern Italian food such as caramelised scallops with a rich cauliflower cream.

Running some of the best restaurants Melbourne is something that comes naturally to The Bortolotto family having been part of the Melbourne hospitality industry for the past 40 years. Opened in 2006 on Flinders Lane, Cecconi’s is the summation of the lessons learned and the wisdom from the rich hospitality history. Read more about the Bortolotto family over at The Weekend Switzer.

For a restaurant to be considered in the best, the food has to be of the highest quality. It is for this reason that Cecconi’s grows its own seasonal fruits, vegetables and herbs such as figs, eggplants and garlic to help create dishes such as the signature seafood linguine, veal cotoletta with slaw and twice-cooked duck with caramelised black figs and walnuts.

The dining space emphasises bold blacks, clean whites and patented brass. The room flows effortlessly from the casual cellar bar into the formal dining room, with the theme following right through to the kitchenware and menus.

Tables are whitewashed and copper trimmed, while a commemorative wall display of photos celebrates the history of the Bortolotto family. Copper sconces adorn the walls and striking, low-hanging hemispherical light pendants define each room.

Banquettes and black bentwood chairs make for an inviting place to sit and take in the sophisticated ambience with a half bottle of Italian wine, or a cocktail for any mood

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