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The Best Restaurants in Albury Wodonga to Check Out

A regional foodie hotspot, check out our guide to the best restaurants in Albury Wodonga.

Yardbird (Image Credit: Serv Agency)

Over the last several years, the bustling twin towns of Albury Wodonga have made a name for themselves as foodie hotspots. Known for their meat and dairy production, Albury Wodonga locals are born and bred foodies.

In fact, many of these homegrown food lovers have returned to the region in recent years and gone on to open some of the best restaurants in Albury Wodonga. Ranging from fine dining experiences to home-cooked and hearty meals, these Albury Wodonga restaurants all but guarantee you a fantastic feed.

From haute cuisine to wonderful homages to Spanish and Asian cuisines, check out our edit of the best restaurants in Albury Wodonga to enjoy on your next trip. 



One of the best restaurants in Albury Wodonga right now has got to be the new Mediterranean haven, Aida.

Named after owner Sarah's beautiful mother, who taught her and her siblings that food is a connection tool between people, this charming, light-filled spot sits in the heart of Albury.

Head on in for mezze style plates from the land and sea, that are colourful and flavoursome and fun. From fig saganaki to hummus served with lamb mince and pine nuts, charcoal chicken breast skewers with toum and pickles to whole grilled prawns, and large platters perfect for a family feast, you truly can't put a foot wrong when it comes to deciding what to order. 

Sitchu Tip: Try the pavlova martini, for a little celebratory Australian touch. It's so good!

498 Dean Street, Albury



Take a trip to Europe via Albury with Yardbird a contemporary Australian restaurant and bar which focuses on bold flavours from Spain, France and Italy. Inspired by the European tradition of cooking over fire, head chef Simon Arkless' menu focuses on quality local and seasonal produce. With a 200-strong wine list, curated by Sommelier Ben Knight, you're sure to find the perfect drop to pair with your meal.

Try the deep-fried capunti pasta with slow-roast onions, thyme, mushrooms, cavolo nero and baked taleggio, or go all in on the Black Angus steak cooked over the Mimbrasa Spanish charcoal oven, with caramelised shallots, horseradish and green peppercorn butter.

493 Townsend Street, Albury

Din Dins (Image Credit: Hanson)

Din Dins

An Asian fusion kitchen and bar that's an eternal favourite amongst locals, Din Dins is one of the best restaurants in Albury Wodonga. Bring a group, because you're going to want to try one of everything on their share plate dominant menu. The fluffy bao buns, ranging from chicken karaage to slow cooked wagyu rib blade, are god-tier levels of good, and you'll love the sticky cauliflower, sweet and sour pork dumplings, and housemade potato cakes with Chinese chicken salt, sour cream and housemade chilli crunch. 

The drinks list is a winner too, with a select array of local brews and wines alongside some delectable cocktails. Lychee martini, anyone? 

450 Townsend Street, Albury 

Astor Hotel (Image Credit: Tom Blachford)

Astor Hotel

It's not a holiday until you've enjoyed the local pub grub and the new and impossibly cool Astor Hotel, which recently underwent a multi-million dollar transformation by renowned architects Technē Architecture + Interior Design, is where it's at! Its impeccable fit-out, striking retro motel facade and gourmet pub-style food have fast-tracked it to becoming one of the city's most popular destinations.

Their menu serves up all the pub classics like burgers, steaks, schnitties, nachos and pizza, while their cocktails are sublime (you can't go past the passionfruit and lychee mojito). 

641 Young St, Albury, NSW

Canvas Eatery

Canvas Eatery

Call it serendipity but one of the best things to do in Albury Wodonga is actually attached to one of the best Albury Wodonga restaurants. Not only is the Murray Art Museum Albury the perfect spot to take in exhibitions from prominent local and international artists but, if art appreciation leaves you hungry, you can check out Canvas Eatery, a light-filled modern casual restaurant attached to MAMA known for its fresh takes on traditional dishes.

Open all day with a fairly typical breakfast and lunch menu, Canvas really ups the ante at dinner with dishes like seared scallops and prosecco butter, duck terrine with blueberry pinot noir jam, Scotch steak with Montpellier butter and a rich pork belly. 

546 Dean Street, Albury, NSW



In a town that’s not necessarily known for Asian cuisine, HAPI stands head and shoulders above the crowd. With flavour-fuelled dumplings packed with goodness (think chicken, prawn and ginger, or shiitake mushroom, tofu and woodear), pork belly ramen and soft-shell crab bao buns, if you’ve got a craving for Asian fusion this is the restaurant for you. 

465C Dean Street, Albury, NSW

Saludos. Image credit: Cassandra Hannagan


This Spanish tapas bar is one of the coolest Albury Wodonga restaurants on the scene. They have made a name for themselves serving up authentic slow-cooked paella, tapas faves such as croquetas to patatas bravas and churros which are simply legendary. Their intimate boutique feel and to-die-for wine list has made Saludos the go-to spot for long, lingering meals with friends.

660 Dean Street, Albury, NSW


For seriously good wine and pasta, look no further than Norma. Opening at the end of 2020, Norma serves up traditional Italian fare that is big on flavour. For us, we can't go past their well-seasoned polenta chips with oregano mayo, the rigatoni with pork sausage and saffron pecorino, and a generous serving of the lemon sorbet. This Albury Wodonga restaurant has everything you’ll need for a decadent dinner date.

500 Guinea Street, Albury

Miss Amelie

Miss Amelie

Founded by chef David Kapay, who trained under Jamie Oliver and Gordon Ramsay before bringing his expertise back home, Miss Amelie is a fine-dining favourite in the Albury Wodonga restaurant scene.

With set two, three and six-course menus, this is the perfect place to knock back oysters, seared scallops, Murray eye fillet and delicate desserts. The restaurant is situated inside the historic former Wodonga railway station and makes for a truly memorable setting. 

Station Building, 46 Elgin Boulevard, Wodonga, VIC

South Cali Cantina

South Cali Cantina

For fresh Mexican in a vibey spot, head to South Cali Cantina. This small but bustling restaurant, which is situated in a trendy basement space, is always delish. Their menu ticks off all the classics like tacos, nachos, fajitas and loaded fries, while their drinks menu has an impressive selection of imported beers and Tequila plus heavenly cocktails (you can't go wrong with a margarita).

Basement/553 Dean Street, Albury, NSW

Bistro Selle

Bistro Selle

Bistro Selle is an intimate European-style bistro churning out some of the most Instagrammable meals in the Albury Wodonga region. Picture smoked beef tartare, fresh fish, colourful pasta dishes and locally raised lamb. The desserts are punchy and surprising with the raspberry, oat, chocolate, and bacon a must-try. Is your mouth watering yet?

1/467 Olive Street, Albury, NSW

The River Deck

The River Deck

With an unparalleled location on the banks of the Murray River, The River Deck is the perfect Albury Wodonga restaurant for those looking to enjoy a meal and take in the stunning surroundings of nature.

The menu features intricately balanced modern flavours from smoked salmon with radish, kimchi, ponzu and nori chips, to pulled-pork ragout and red wine beef cheek. 

48 Noreuil Parade, Albury, NSW

La Maison Restaurant

La Maison Restaurant

This Albury Wodonga restaurant seamlessly combines heritage and modernity. Serving up bold and modern flavours, the restaurant can be found in the historic Customs House. Taken over by a husband and wife duo in 2007, the restaurant has become a local favourite with dishes such as their house potato gnocchi, the Middle Eastern braised beef cheeks, and the succulent crackling pork belly on high rotation. 

40 Lincoln Causeway, Wodonga, VIC

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