Wednesday, 13 March 2013


Shop 1
189  Queen St. Melbourne

I caught up with some friends for a long Friday lunch.  I'd never heard of Queen St Rescue but I'm glad someone else suggested it.  QSR is well located at the southen end of the city, where there seems to be a growing number of decent lunchtime haunts.  It ticks my boxes for nice fitout, good vibe, quality food, and reasonable prices.

There were 6 of us so we ordered a lot of food.  The menu is broad and comprises many choices for gourmet trash.  From burgers to tacos, pork belly to pizza it's all here and surprisingly good.  

For 6 people we ordered 4 pizzas, 2 pork bellies, 6 mini burgers, 2 serves of fish tacos, 2 bowls of chips and 2 salads.  Including beers, it worked out to be $40 per head, pretty good value for the city.  They also have a $14 lunch special for less indulgent diners. 

Food wise the pizzas were solid but the (not so) mini burgers and fish tacos were outstanding.  I would definitely come back here. 

Modern inviting fitout

Calabria Pizza

Fish tacos

Pork Belly

Not so mini wagyu burgers

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