Seeking something a little bit different in Carnegie for dinner? Poco Loco Cantina, located on Morten Ave just off Koornang Road, offers traditional Mexican food within a refurbished garage giving it quirky atmosphere you will fall in love with.
The old-school take-away corner store is where most of us venture for some fish and chips when those cravings hit. But what if your local store is not just your average fish and chippery? The lucky locals of Carnegie have exactly this in their neighbourhood. Locals are spoiled with At The Catch Carnegie where the only things old-school about them is their exceptional service and recipes!
A family run business, Lizzy’s Chocolates has been a sweet lovers institution for over 35 years.
Established in 1989, Duldig & Russo Optometry have been serving the Carnegie Community for over 30 years.
CONVENIENCE, lifestyle and lattes. That could be the catchphrase for Carnegie, a small suburb in Melbourne’s south east that is punching well above its weight — and the state’s average — when it comes to location and livability factors.
Specialising in Korean-style chicken, Gami began in 2006 with the founder ‘Yoon’ in Carnegie. With years of hands on experience with Korean cuisine, Yoon decided to focus on perfecting a recipe for fried chicken & sauces, and sharing one of his country’s favourite foods to the world.
Now, Gami has grown to 12 outlets operating in Victoria, serving hand-cut chemical-free and cage-free chicken served with locally grown vegetables, fruits and herbs.
Ever wonder what kind of place Bill Murray would like to visit? So did we. So we created The William Murray Tavern. It’s a relaxed cafe, a chilled bar and a tasty Mexican restaurant all rolled into one. Whether it’s live entertainment, great innovative cocktails or just a good laugh you are looking for The William Murray Tavern has something for everyone. And a few things for everyone else.
Roule Galette is a little piece of France where you will find French staff, speaking the language of Voltaire who will serve you in a warm and intimate setting reminiscent of Montmartre in Paris.
Music, whether Breton or French songs of the last century or more modern times will accompany your meal along with authentic Cider from the Pays d’Auge in Normandie, or Cotes du Rhone or Burgundy wines. Not to forget the inimitable Orangina.
“We offer a great mix, there’s something for everyone” – Phoebe Jost.
Minta & Co stocks fashion, homewares and design items.
Behind the counter
Phoebe Jost and her business partner Anthony Wiegard opened the doors of their shop last month after noticing a gap in the market. They’re hoping to tap into the population growth that has come with increased development in Carnegie.
WHO says there’s such a thing as the wrong side of the tracks?
Sure, it’s over the railway line down the Dandenong Road end of Koornang Road, near the Rosstown Hotel and away from the heart of the shopping strip that is home to some of the area’s favourite eateries, such as Huff Bagelry, Figjam, Auntie’s Dumpling and Shyun, but it’s already making a case that going that extra (figurative) mile will be worth your while.