Book Now – Free, Instant & Earn Reward Points

Can’t find what you’re looking for? Show similar restaurants

1958 Verified Diner Reviews

Take it from the experts - we gather information from foodie experts to provide you with valuable inside knowledge and detailed descriptions on restaurants from around the country.

Total Dimmi Score

1958 reviews
Value for money

dined on Fri, 15 Jul 2016

Food here was amazing the first time when we came here! Especially the paella and now we're back for a second visit! Service was exceptional, when they realised they forgot to make our paella order we were offered complimentary appetisers and drinks by the extra friendly staff! Highly recommend.

dined on Sat, 9 Jul 2016

The only disappointing thing was not being able to order paella in the first sitting as there were not enough gas jobs available. This was the main reason for returning to the restaurant.

dined on Sat, 18 Jun 2016

Love this place, once again a great meal and lovely service, still one of my go to places to take visitors.

dined on Mon, 23 May 2016

The food was all delicious as! Highlights were the prawns and the lamb ribs alongside some tasty salads and empanadas! In fact it was all very tasty! Very cosy restaurant on a chilly night. I would definitely go back!

dined on Sat, 14 May 2016

We went as a family. Arrived early and went upstairs for drinks and was told children not permitted there. So half our party went for a walk until our table was ready. Our child age 7 could not find anything on the menu he liked. The rest of our party consisted of 2 young adults age 14 and 15 and 4 adults. We found the food delicious. One of our party is coeliac and there was a big selection for her to choose from. The food is really delicious but not for a 7 year old.

dined on Sun, 8 May 2016

Lovely, friendly atmosphere. Interesting deign/architecture

dined on Fri, 6 May 2016

For about $85 per person including drinks you can sample your way through at least 50% of the menu. Delightful, tasty tapas were delivered quickly to the table. Favourites were the pork belly (order extras!) and the lamb ribs (generous serve & meat falls of the bone). Cosy atmosphere upstairs with banquette seating. Definitely returning soon for a business lunch or catch up with friends.

dined on Thu, 5 May 2016

Very good service. Requested for a cake on Dimmi website, and the waitress acknowledged it.
page: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10

About Portello Rosso

A Spanish affair in Melbourne's Warburton Lane Making elegant use of its gritty location with a look of sharp urban calculated chic is Portello Rosso, and it’s catching the attention of those seeking out the coolest spots in Melbourne’s CBD. Well hidden away down a side alley (Warburton Lane), it’s easy to miss this intimate city gem with only a small red and white sign to show you it’s there. Blink and you might just miss it. Brought to you by the guys at Murmur upstairs, the beautiful tapas bar delivers simple but delicious fare with intoxicating Spanish flavours. One thing’s for sure, Portello Rosso is serious about food. The split-level space of black, vinyl-cushioned banquettes, industrial pendant lights and bentwood chairs boasts an impressive list of tapas and wines by the glass that include Mount Langi Billi Billi pinot grigio and Torbreck's Steading. As the name suggests, one of the eatery’s main focus is Jamon (dry-cured Spanish ham). The three types on offer are sliced on premises and are strongly represented on the menu. With cool backing tracks from the Cat Empire and Latin soul, and well paced service every time, this is the epitome of magic Melbourne dining. . Best dish: Three grades of Spanish Jamon: mild serano, more complex Joselito paleta and rich, nutty Iberico.

Phone number
Vegetarian options
Number of seats
Wheelchair access
Wine available by glass


Google Map

Reviews we love