Time Out says
A swish hotel restaurant for Little Collins Street
Situated within the Victoria Hotel, this bar and restaurant is adding Melbourne-inspired cocktails, freshly shucked oysters and charcuterie to the Little Collins Street offering. The day-to-night wine and dine spot is also serving up sprawling seafood platters, a Victoria-focused wine list and a two-course pre-theatre dinner menu (which is ideal considering the Regent Theatre, Athenaeum Theatre and Capitol Theatre are all close-by).
The hotel was originally built in 1880 as the Victoria Coffee Palace, and was historically a unique hotel in that it was a ‘dry’ venue, to counterbalance Melbourne’s typical, boisterous pub accommodation options. These days things are very different, with Mister Munro shaking up cocktails like the Est 1880 Little Collins Street, made with Aperol, sloe gin, grapefruit and spiced honey, or a Melbourne Madness, with Monkey Shoulder whiskey, Cointreau, pomegranate molasses, strawberry and cherry. You will also find two private dining spaces, a breakfast menu (for hotel guests and the public alike) and 14 local craft beer options.