I hapened to be in Melbourne for work and was looking for a place have dinner on Sunday evening rather than just have room service in my hotel. I walked along Little Bourke Street and came upon Hardward Lane where there are a number of cafes. Not unusual for Melbourne of course. There seems to be more eating places in Melbourne than the rest of Australia in total. Anyway, I found Campari House. I took a table outside. There were a number of other people having a late afternoon meal and it seemed to be a popular spot. I ordered a glass of Pinot Noir and a Gnocchi & Smoked Trout dish. The meal was very tasty. The Gnocchi was beautifully made and the accompanying sauce was delicious. I finished with a coffee. The total for food and drinks was just over $25. The service was attentive and all in all I would definitely recommend a visit.
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