Pasta and wine bar Norma is quickly shaping up as one of Albury’s best eats.
Located in a former convenience store, the newly-opened space is now a stylish and intimate restaurant serving house-made pasta (casarecce, spaghetti, linguine, and pappardelle).
Side dishes are zesty and fresh including butter broth mussels; and heirloom tomato with peach and whipped ricotta.
500 Guinea Street, Albury
Every town needs a reliable all-day eatery, and in Albury, that title belongs to Canvas Eatery.
Located right on the main street adjoining Murray Art Museum Albury (MAMA), this is the natural meeting spot for brunch, a family dinner, or drinks in the garden.
546 Dean Street (rear of MAMA), Albury
Visit Mr Benedict for a more laid back scene where eggs and burgers are available all day long, with cocktails on the side. There’s also kombucha and almond milk made on site.
If you’re just in town for a stopover, you can also take a stroll around the Botanic Gardens located just around the corner!
664 Dean Street, Albury
The rave reviews of Bistro Selle practically speak for themselves. Since opening in 2017, owner Matthew Fuller and head chef Tara Davis have been delivering refined European cuisine from their seasonal, curated menu.
Pair your meal with wines from their equally impressive drinks list, including many labels from the nearby Rutherglen and King Valley regions.
1/467 Olive Street, Albury
Others to visit: Brothers Cup for coffee; Frankies for pastries; Hapi for dumplings; and Temperance and General for cocktails