Restaurants - South Melbourne, VIC
Lamaro’s Bodega is situated in leafy South Melbourne is a red-hot spot for eating and meeting. Providing a classy bistro plating Modern European meals in a bright setting.
Lamaro’s Bodega is South Melbourne’s red-hot spot for meeting and eating. From the neon pig to the Josper oven and asada wood grill, we’re talking smoky Spanish and South American fare with a focus on amazing Victorian produce from our genuine free-range farms.
ou haven’t tasted pork till you’ve tasted Greenvale Farm heritage breed genuine free-range pork. From salamis and guanciale to suckling pig, the pork products from this farm in the Grampians never cease to amaze. Our Mornington Peninsula farm – Cape Schank – breeds lambs and Black Angus cows for our venue too. Seasonal vegetables are sourced from Cape Schanck and other farms like it in Victoria, via the innovative fruits & vegetables distribution company, Spade and Barrow.
Our offering is built out of a fresh and ethical approach to sourcing, preparing, eating and drinking – wasting nothing and enjoying everything. We like using all parts of the animal. We love when our clientele asks questions – we’re directly connected to the farms we source from so we are happy to educate you about them. Our Closed Loop compost machine keeps the cycle going from the farm to the restaurant and back to the farm again.
Some of our favourite words. Very difficult things to avoid here at Lamaro’s Bodega.
Our menus aren’t novels – in fact they are more like poems. We choose our ingredients carefully – working with what is seasonal and available. We include only what is necessary to evoke the charisma of the bodega. We’d rather you weren’t OVERWHELMED by choice during your visit, but surprised by concision and able to concentrate on refilling your glass and enjoying the ambience and company.