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From a hole in the wall to a warehouse Beginning as just a small Japanese eatery in the busy thoroughfare of Degraves Street, Hako has evolved into a much bigger Jap destination, moving to Flinders Lane to a large warehouse-style space to accommodate more of Melbourne’s bento box lovers. Although the space is rustic with rusting window frames and high black ceilings this space still feels cosy which is complemented with casual Japanese fare. This is a much loved lunch destination for city-goers and workers alike. Escape the hustle and bustle of the city and tuck into slow-cooked beef ribs or crumbed pork fillet with sweet-sour tomato and fuji apple puree which are as comforting as wooly thick socks. Best dish: slow-cooked beef ribs

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Hako has evolved with quiet distinction from a buzz-worthy laneway bolthole into a comfortably familiar piece of CBD furniture, perhaps no longer as hip but still happening. Its dark timber floor, whi

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For the food and wine anthropologists among us, Melbourne's lanes bring with them their own sense of exploration and revelation. The best of the city's bars and restaurants take some field work. Throw in the curve ball

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