The Publics Corner Dandenong has recently had a reshuffle and relaunch.
They can still be found in the same great location on Lonsdale Street right opposite the stunning Drum theatre. It is the perfect spot for their modern menu of Australian, international and mediterranean style food.
Serving brunch, lunch and dinner (closed for dinner on Monday and Tuesday) the Publics Corner is a great spot for a casual and tasty meal with friends.
I was invited along as part of a bloggers dinner to taste and sample the menu.
The evening started with a great selection of entree style dishes including the very delicious trio of dips with pita ($13.50), cevapi ($14.90) and some sweet potato fries ($9.90). I probably could have just stopped there because I enjoyed every single one of these dishes.
Next we ordered from the dinner menu who’s offerings include an open mixed souvlaki ($25.50) a tasty pumpkin risotto ($17.90), cheesy moussaka (18.50) and hand cut salt and pepper calamari ($23).
The food at The Publics Corner is casual comfort style food and it delivers well with generous serves and good service in a vibrant location.
You can also visit for brunch (smashed avo or sweet potato and zucchini fritters maybe?) and I am fairly keen to try out the delicious looking cakes that were on display.
Visit for the great casual atmosphere in a perfect downtown Dandenong location.
1/225 Lonsdale St, Dandenong
Hours: Monday 7am–3pm
Phone: 9794 6697
Dani B is a food and lifestyle blogger from Melbourne. She writes reviews, recipes, news, stories and wellbeing articles. In her spare time she likes to dream about starring in an Agatha Christie novel.
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