Collins Place Food Court is located at the Paris-end of Collins Street in Melbourne’s CBD. Nestled amongst the iconic architecture, international retail brands and entertainment and accommodation options of Collins Place, there are fabulous dining options entirely compatible with Melbourne as a destination for good eating. If you’re dropping by, we’d like to invite you to Roozervelts Food Heaven.
Roozervelts is popular with locals and tourists alike. We provide delicious fare from breakfast through to early evening, with a complete corporate catering service that brings our hot, fresh meals to workers in the business district.
Whether you’re visiting Melbourne, living or working here, the Collins Place Food Court is a must-see destination. Drop by – we’d love to see you!
Collins Place Catering
In addition to its popular gourmet dine-in and takeaway, Roozervelts offers a complete catering service which brings their delicious food and beverages to neighbouring offices and events. Talk to our team about a catering solution for your business. We offer breakfast, morning tea / brunch, lunch and afternoon tea catering – prepared by an experienced & dedicated team. Delivery within 1km of our restaurant is free!
Nearby Sites & Attractions
Whether you’re visiting our beautiful city or fortunate enough to call yourself a local, when you drop into Roozervelts, here are some nearby must-see aspects of our fabulous CBD.
Melbourne Landmarks To Consider
After you’ve loaded up on a delicious lunch at Roozervelts, here are some nearby destinations popular with locals and tourists alike:
Did you know Collins Place Food Court is practically next door to one of Melbourne’s greatest attractions – Fitzroy gardens? Take a stroll and immerse yourself in some natural beauty. These parks adjacent to the CBD are also a great place for a picnic or a takeaway lunch away from the hustle and bustle. Learn more about Fitzroy Gardens here.
St Patrick’s Cathedral
Located a short stroll from Roozervelts, St Patrick’s Cathedral is another must-see destination. Architecture and history abound at this beautiful building. Learn more about St Patrick’s Cathedral here.
One of Melbourne’s celebrated laneways, Hosier Lane features commissioned street-art and is a popular tourist destination. Hosier Lane lies opposite the entrance to the Atrium at Federation Square on Flinders St. It’s just one of many exciting laneways and arcades to explore in the CBD. There’s more information on these exciting destinations here.
Degraves st is another destination worthy of a mention. Between Elizabeth and Swanston St, Degraves is a cultural must-see. Cafes, street art, Parisian charm and alfresco dining are all here to be enjoyed. Learn more about this destination here.
Old Treasury Building
Just behind Roozervelts cafe at the end of Collins St, the Old Treasury building is a must-see Melbournian landmark. Check it out! It was constructed back in 1858-1862 so is abundant with history and old-school architectural leanings. Learn more about this destination here.