Opening Miss Fitzy’s

By Taylor Koniw. 

Located at the ocean-end of Fitzroy Street, Miss Fitzy’s is a stylish hub of gastronomic delights for those seeking locally-sourced and fresh produce, with the restaurant supporting local farmers and a “paddock to plate” philosophy.

The bar menu is available from midday until late, allowing people to wine and dine after nine in a sophisticated and relaxed bar-lounge with alfresco – complete with stunning views of St Kilda beach and the buzzing streetscape of The Esplanade.

The menu, created by head chef Lachy Cashman, is designed with sharing and light dining in mind, taking the traditional bar meal concept and expertly refining it to sharing plates, allowing patrons to sample every exquisite morsel of the delicately prepared and presented handmade dishes.

For a mouth-watering experience, the Black Angus tri tip – sourced from Cape Grim – with charred onions, roasted carrots, and duck fat potato is a winner, and if you are willing to take your tastebuds to the next level, the sharing plate of smoked chicken wings, pork belly, and mustard fruits is not one to go past.

But we all know that dessert is the champion decider of a fine dining experience, and the dessert tasting plate is so good you won’t be wanting to share! Chocolate and coffee shortbread, custard donuts, rhubarb & pear jelly, and brioche pain perdu are just some of the delicious examples of what you’ll be tasting and going “gaga” over.

As outlined on the restaurant website, Miss Fitzy’s is “sassy, not flashy” – it is sophisticated fine dining but designed for any occasion, patron, and palate.

All wines complement the menu, and resident mixologist Possi McDowell offers fun and fruity cocktails all named after famous leading ladies.

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Miss Fitzy's Flinders Island Lamp rump

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