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87 Verified Diner Reviews

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dined on Sat, 12 Mar 2016

Great pub menu with some twists you wouldn't expect on the main menu and specials board. A great off the Main Street gem worth a few visits.
Vicki Moore

dined on Fri, 13 May 2016

Love this place - good food at pub prices with open fire , lounges, good acoustics for conversation

dined on Wed, 16 Mar 2016

A really friendly local pub

dined on Sat, 5 Mar 2016

Great local pub

dined on Wed, 2 Mar 2016

A good pub meal. Nice beers on tap. Good service

dined on Sun, 28 Feb 2016

The toasted bread was not great - otherwise, good.

dined on Fri, 26 Feb 2016

Unfortunately The Brandon let us down on this occasion. Warm glasses for cold water, then flat soft drinks. Food was a mish mash of flavours that didn't work.Service OK.

dined on Fri, 26 Feb 2016

Cannot believe it's taken me this long to discover this gem however better late than never .

dined on Tue, 23 Feb 2016

Hidden gem. Lovely service. Nice food.
Vicki Moore

dined on Thu, 4 Feb 2016

Great little pub - friendly quiet intimate cosy
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About Brandon Hotel

Expect the unexpected Pub menus can be pretty uninspired. Not so at the Brandon Hotel, located in Melbourne’s funky inner suburb of Carlton North. Whatever you were thinking you might see on the ‘bites’ menu, it probably wasn’t steamed bao comprising either pork belly with mustard greens and peanut and sticky hoisin or oyster mushrooms with lotus, bean sprouts and wasabi mayonnaise. The haloumi soft taco might also catch your eye, as it did ours. Heading straight towards the larger plates, you’d better try the Brandon’s take on the latest craze with their Americana burger - a true title-contender. Moving towards Asia, the Filipino caramelised pork ribs with coconut rice are sticky and more-ish. And at theBrandon, vegetarians are not left to contend with the basic vegie pasta that are often reluctantly added to ‘meat, meat and more meat’ pub menus. The seven vegetable tagine with couscous and zaalouk salad is so good it might even turn a carnivore’s head! The Brandon continues to delight with its dessert menu. We recommend you finish off the evening with the peanut butter parfait or the raspberry crumble. For a great foodie meal out at a fantastic little pub, head to the Brandon Hotel. Best dish: steak and house salad

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