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Souk
Middle Eastern Eatery

Melbourne, 3000
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CLOSED5pm - Late5pm - Late5pm - Late5pm - Late 5pm - LateCLOSED

ABOUT Souk
Middle Eastern Eatery

Found in the bustling lanes of Melbourne’s CBD, Souk emulates the bustle and vibe of an Arabian market street, infused with modern Melbourne playfulness.

Neon lights adorn the walls, which emits a blue/pink aura throughout the restaurant. Crystal and glass accents and tableware further dissipate the neon glow all around. Chill music is pumped through the speakers, with a different vibe being created in different parts of the day.

The menu features many Middle Eastern favourites, with flavours reminiscent of the Ottoman Empire. The classic dishes are served with a twist and contemporary cooking methods take the meals up a notch. Their food is perfect for sharing!

We recently included Souk in an article on our site, you can check it out here!

 

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