Within a spacious, 100-year old red brick converted warehouse lies one of Melbourne’s most renowned, certainly one of its most popular, dining and drinking destinations. Sister restaurant to the original Longrain in Sydney, the Victorian incarnation is by no means the lesser sibling. Every day of the week, diners and drinkers descend on the sumptuously designed dining hall to feast on the height of Thai flavours.Within the high ceiling and tiled walls of Longrain are the long and round communal tables, all designed to complement the nature of the menu. Dishes are all created with more than one person in mind, and are designed to be shared, banquet style. There’s a kaleidoscope of flavours here, all complemented by the extensive and impressive drinks menu.The majestic, Manhattan-style bar of Longrain sits proudly as the centrepiece of the already breathtaking space. Even by Melbourne’s incredibly high standards, Longrain’s bar and cocktails stand out as worthy of remembering and frequenting, even if dinner’s not on the cards. Both the bar and restaurant proper have a number of function venue options.Longrain Melbourne is located on LIttle Bourke Street, within the Bourke Hill precinct. In the middle of the CBD, right by the theatres and within arm’s reach of Chinatown, you’ll be right amidst the hustle and bustle of Melbourne at its most vibrant.