Food & Drink

EziStreat Is North Melbourne’s Neon-Lit And Tokyo-Inspired 600sqm Food Hall

By Simon Cassar
30th Aug 2022

A large white building with people flowing out.

Situated right on Macaulay Road in North Melbourne, EziStreat is a 600sqm food hall residing inside a former industrial warehouse. 

After a six-month-long reconstruction of the space inside you'll find a series of neon-lit Tokyo-styled laneways, each artfully decorated with vintage Japanese signage. 

There are over ten-different food vendors taking up residency in EziStreat with a few notable favourites, including Parco Ramen with their famed lobster-tail broth, as well as Italian pasta specialists Etto.

Newer options include Shimbashi the Japanese-inspired diner serving up plant-based and gluten-free options and the soon-to-be favourite Jymannuel, a hawker-style Taiwanese stall. 

On the bar front,  there are a wide range of craft beers from Port Melbourne's finest Colonial Brewing, cocktails courtesy of Home Grown, and even the option to line the pantry with the in-house Japanese grocer, Konbini with imported beers like Yebisu, Chotto Motto's Yuzu Ale and more. 

The entire venue also includes an outdoor beer garden which has been adorned with a mural piece from pop culture specialist and Gadigal artist, JESWRI  alongside the intricate work of Japanese artist TWOONE, to give it a vibrant and unique feel. 

EziStreat opens officially this Saturday 3 September, there's a special grand opening planned with an artist market, live DJs and more— head over here for all the updates. 

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Image credit: EziStreat (supplied)

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