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Best BYO Restaurants in MelbourneSep 27, 2016


Do you have a particular bottle of wine that you can’t wait to pop open with friends over dinner? Or maybe you want to maintain a good relationship with your wallet by saving some cash? Our list of best BYO restaurants in Melbourne allows you to find a place that does both!


Woo Ga, North Melbourne

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For an authentic Korean experience mixed with a bottle of whatever you want, Woo Ga is your place. Load up your plate with unlimited vegetables and a choice of different cuts of beef on your own private Korean BBQ grill. Go easy on the bevs though as the art of grilling a Korean BBQ is already messy without a hint of intoxication.


HuTong, CBD

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HuTong prides itself on being an immersive Chinese experience, winning many awards for its attention to detail on the menu and the adorning walls. Stuff yourself silly with the large range of dumplings and mains available. Compliment the delicious quality food by bringing along your favourite bottle of wine.


Hunky Dory, Port Melbourne

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Can you believe that Melbourne has a fish and chip joint that is also BYO? Well you better believe it, because Hunky Dory caters to impress all seafood lovers. The chain of 7 Melbourne restaurants is becoming increasingly popular so make sure you get your bottle and get in quick!


Laksa King, Flemington

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Flemington’s Laksa King is an absolute favourite for Laksa lovers. The restaurant even offers a discount of 10% if you finish your meal before 6.30pm because of the large amount of people wanting to come through every night. BYO wine and enjoy an authentic Malaysian dining experience without having to fork out extra for a beverage to go with.


Jim’s Greek Tavern, Collingwood

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Bring all the beers you’d like with zero corkage fee at Jim’s Greek Tavern! That’s not the only reason why it’s a great place to take friends for dinner. The Greek menu features delicious treats including fresh dips, souvlaki and mouth-watering seafood and meats.

 


Big Boy BBQ, CBD 

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Spoil yourself with meat slow-cooked up to 16 hours at Big Boy BBQ. There are a number of locations around the city, including Caulfield South, Richmond or Hardware Lane and corkage for BYO is only $1! You can’t get much better than slow-cooked meats and cheap BYO.

Samantha Howard

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