Little Italy

For my last night in Melbourne, I ventured out to Lygon Street, famous for its Italian restaurants.  Many, many moons ago it is where the early Italians settled in Melbourne. It did feel like I had been transported to Europe.

Borsari Ristorante

Am I still in Oz?

However, mama would have not be impressed with the pizzas!!!  

I envisioned authentic thin crust pizza baked in a wood fire oven; instead I might as well have ordered from Pizza hut :o(

Alfresco dining on Lygon St

Alfresco dining on Lygon St

Putting the average food aside, it was lovely to dine outside and enjoy the beautiful warm summer evening.   I’m also sure if you spent a few more dollars (my pizza only cost me $11) the quality of food would be more up to mamas standard :o)

A Fiat

A cute Fiat :o)

Info: To get to there I caught the tram along Swanston Street to Melbourne University, then walked 2 blocks to Lygon Street.

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