Lost Heaven // New In Melbourne

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True to its name, Lost Heaven is hidden in one of Bourke Street’s many arcades and is perfect for foodies who like to experiment and push their sensory boundaries. The newest addition to the Huton Group (East Restaurant, Mantong Kitchen, Ten Miles and China Red), Lost Heaven’s launch time was no accident. Hutong Group Food and Beverage Director, Eric Chew, said that Lost Heaven is a great fit for Melbourne’s dynamic food scene just in time for Chinese New Year, where food connoisseurs alike embrace the new and unfamiliar.

“Melburnians love exploring and discovering new culinary gems and Lost Heaven encapsulates these elements. We do not compromise on flavour or heat, so bring an appetite for spice,” said Mr Chew.

Lost Heaven, where chilli is king, puts a modern twist on traditional Sichuan dining while embracing bold and mouth-watering flavours, which come from garlic and chilli, as well as the unique flavour of the Sichuan pepper.

Diners are encouraged to experiment with heat, and can modify the level of spice based on their individual taste and bravery. Choose from the steamed live Barramundi with diced hot chilli, the Lost Heaven signature spicy hock or scallop with eggplant clay pot in Szechuan chilli sauce to get the taste buds tingling.

Lost Heaven

Level 2, 206 Bourke Street, Melbourne

Monday – Sunday: 11.30am – 3.00pm (Lunch)
Sunday – Thursday: 5.30pm – 11.00pm (Dinner)
Friday and Saturday: 5.30pm – 11.00pm (Dinner)

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