Time Out says
Celebrate two of life's greatest culinary pleasures at this south side restaurant and bar
Melbourne's food scene leaves you wanting for nothing – and yet sometimes all you feel like is a good old fashioned steak and chips. At Lady Nelson their main game is beef, and they do it well. While you can get bar snacks, cheese and charcuterie the star of the show is the steak. This lady is fiscally responsible enough to offer cuts ranging from a $20 minute steak to a $70 Yarra Valley grass-fed rib-eye on the bone, all of which come with frites.
Lady Nelson Wine and Steak is essentially a steakhouse but without the machismo. It's the sort of place where you can find couples on date night and groups of friends catching up. The restaurant owes much of its relaxed and elegant ambience to its preferencing of wine over other tipples. At any given time there are 24 different varieties available by the glass or bottle, changing regularly.