N3 Tapas Bar brings Melbourne laneway vibes to Marina Mirage
N3 Tapas Bar brings Melbourne laneway vibes to Marina Mirage
N3 Tapas Bar brings Melbourne laneway vibes to Marina Mirage
N3 Tapas Bar brings Melbourne laneway vibes to Marina Mirage
N3 Tapas Bar brings Melbourne laneway vibes to Marina Mirage
N3 Tapas Bar brings Melbourne laneway vibes to Marina Mirage

N3 Tapas Bar brings Melbourne laneway vibes to Marina Mirage

With dark graffiti-covered walls, N3 Tapas Bar isn’t what you would typically expect from a Marina Mirage restaurant but that’s precisely the point. The new-look venue officially opens this weekend after a complete overhaul.

The picturesque Italian landscapes have been replaced by graffiti art reminiscent of a Melbourne laneway and the bright orange that previously reined has been replaced with a more sophisticated palette of black and timber with pops of colour at the new N3 Tapas Bar at Marina Mirage. While the lick of paint is indeed striking, the real hero is the incredible new menu that has been created by the venue’s Chef de Cuisine, Geoff Hart, who was previously awarded one Chef Hat by the Australian Good Food & Travel Guide (AGFG).

Conveniently categorised by the paddock, the ocean and the garden, the new modern Australian menu caters to all whims and fancies and is designed to enjoy at leisure over a beverage or two. The scallops with black pudding and cauliflower puree and 48-hour slow-cooked Wagyu brisket with onion rings and hand-cut chips have been among the stand-outs so far but if you can’t decide (we don’t blame you), opt for the ‘Feed Me’ option that includes five tapas plates, a main and a dessert. Just be sure to leave room for the Eton mess, trust us when we say this is one mess you won’t mind cleaning up. Not to be outdone by the food, there’s also a fanciful new cocktail list in the works so keep an eye out for that in coming weeks.

For opening hours and contact details, see our Stumble Guide.

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