Lamaro’s Hotel, South Melbourne

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MELBOURNE | Lamaro’s Hotel is the newest incarnation of this classic South Melbourne watering hole, which has adopted its former name after a short stint as the Spanish inspired Lamaro’s Bodgea. Architects Techne (Lee Ho Fook, Botherambo) spruced up the venue when the initial change occurred and thankfully that old interior remains, with only a few changes being made to the cozy pub like space.

We were big fans of the Spanish menu at Lamaro’s and, while the menu has switched to offering elevated classic pub dishes, the same philosophy to produce is used. It’s sourced locally where possible, from farms that use ethical practices. The meat, for example, comes from Cape Schanck and Greenvale farms (owned by Colonial Leisure Group who also own Lamaro’s). Dishes you can now look forward to include things like beef tartare with smoked oyster mayo, corn tostadas and bread and butter pickles, or three cheese veal schnitzel with double cream mash and slaw. Yes the Spanish food is gone but don’t say there’s no flair on the menu.

The drinks offering isn’t as focused on Spanish wines either now, with a broader range of local and international wines, beers and spirits. While we loved the food at Lamaro’s Bodega, we can appreciate that the concept may have been to niche for a space that operated for many years as a traditional pub. Lamaro’s Hotel has only been opened in its most recent incarnation for a few weeks, and we look forward to seeing where the year takes them. If the relaunched menu is anything to go buy, we think it won’t be long before the locals start coming back.

Lamaro’s Hotel

273-279 Cecil Street
South Melbourne
Victoria 3205
Australia

Telephone: (03) 9690 3737
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: http://www.lamaroshotel.com.au/

Open
Mon: 4:00pm to 11:00pm
Tue – Sat: 12:00pm to 11:00pm
Sun: 12:00pm to 6:00pm

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