Robert Burns Hotel


376 Smith Street
3066 Melbourne, Australia


61 03 9417 2233


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Don't be put off by the exterior of this old school boozer (pub), because not all is what it seems. Walk through the front back to the bistro room and you will discover what many regard as some of the best Spanish food in Melbourne. Known for their  sumptuous seafood paellas and jugs of sangria, be sure to look at the huge blackboard to see what the specials of the day are. We recommend the fish of the day. The front bar has a similar yet slightly cheaper menu and is popular with those keen to have a beer and watch some sport. Like the cuisine the beer and wine list have a Spanish leaning.  The Robert Burns also recently went under serious renovations.


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