Andrew Carnegie was a Scottish-American industrialist, business magnate, and philanthropist.
Carnegie led the expansion of the American steel industry in the late 19th century and is often identified as one of the richest people.
Things to do in Carnegie
4.5 based on 305 reviews
Welcome to Vivace. Our Suburban Italian restaurant (established in 2004) has a very classy and warm atmosphere, with soft and intimate lighting. Professional staff members are knowledgeable about the menu and wine list, and offer a non-intrusive level of service at all times. The tantalising menu ranges from fresh seafood to quality meat, with specials that change daily to keep regular diners happy.
Fabulous food, great service as always. These guys never let their standards fall. Which probably explains why they were almost packed out on a Tuesday evening!Thank you! We are happy you enjoyed your visit and we look forward to welcoming you back to Vivace soon.
4.5 based on 491 reviews
4 based on 46 reviews
Our second time with a small group, one of the noisiest places I can ever remember but that's OK it's fine for family groups and noise is normal to kids. All the dishes are delicious, ask for help when ordering. The staff are OK and not great with English but work at it - the reward is the food. The serves are X Large so go easy on what you order - or ask for take away left overs. They sell beer but wine is BYO (you are not permitted BYO beer). We will go back
4 based on 64 reviews
Busy and cosy neighbourhood Thai which serves tasty food, which is probably the reason why its so busy. The service was good being attentive and pleased to serve. Follows SE Asian protocols for "personal space", so you're never too far away from someone (best described as cosy!!). The food is really good. I was served one of the better Thai curries that I've had for a while. Good value.
4 based on 38 reviews
You have a listing for Paradai Thai Restaurant at 75 Koornang Road, Carnegie, however there is another Thai restaurant directly across the road from this one called Paradai 2, and this is the one I went to and would like to review. I assume having such a similar name that they may even be run by the same people, but either way it is a separate restaurant and the distinction needs to be made. Thanks.
4.5 based on 110 reviews
Visited for a birthday dinner upon recommendations of friends. Bentwood chairs quaint but very uncomfortable. My sister and I both had the Fish on the Beach which was tasty and quite spicy with chilli throughout the dressing and on the fish. My father had the special ‘Honey Soy Ribs’ which he found a little sweet but very tasty. We were disappointed that there was only one panacotta available for dessert by the time we ordered but the restaurant is small so order early if you want to ensure you get what you want. Moderately priced restaurant but quality food that seemed fresh and well presented.
4.5 based on 66 reviews
Open for breakfast, brunch and lunch, this contemporary cafe in the heart of Caulfield offers a welcome reprieve from everyday life in suburbia. Owners George and Tait have previously operated and managed some of Melbourne’s finest restaurants and their experience is reflected in both the food quality and the service standards of the cafe. 1. Eat in or take away 2. Indoor & outdoor dining 3. Daily specials 4. Breakfast or Brunch 5. Lunch or Afternoon Tea/Coffee 6. Kids menu…and much more : )
Great for coffee, breakfast, brunch, morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea. The coffee is excellent, so are the freshly squeezed juices. The menu has many dishes to choose from to please all tastes. The food is fresh, delicious, plentiful and all at reasonable prices. The very friendly staff seem to enjoy working at Mr Brightside, which has a lovely vibe. Love being here with friends and family often. Highly recommend this eatery.
4 based on 45 reviews
4 based on 32 reviews
Went there this morning, guided by the Internet ratings on all day breakfasts. Conveniently located near the Carnegie Railway Station , and directly opposite the Caltex petrol station, it is still easy to spot this tiny joint. Good coffee. The fried stuff a bit too oily on fresh salad but tiny proportions
4.5 based on 39 reviews
Via Fratelli - Established in 2011 is two Italian brothers life long dream of opening up a restaurant to bring homemade Italian food from Nonna's kitchen to the people of Malvern East and beyond. Michael & John have been in the hospitality industry for over 10 years and strive to always give there customers what they want, when they need it.
Recently had a milestone birthday at our local gem Via Fratelli.
Jonathon our host made the occasion trully memorable with nothing being a problem and accommodating all our requests.
The food was amazing and tapas idea as a sharing suggestion was fantastic.
We will be back.
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