With a new name top reflect its updated world-cuisine menu, oneworld has a fresh interior with an eclectic mix of artwork that's bright and welcoming. It's the ideal place for families, groups of friends or even a bite to eat pre-or post cinema with the nearby Village Cinema just steps away.
With a bright interior and eclectic artwork, oneworld Knox is both casual and welcoming. Image:The Ideas Library
With a menu that offers a huge variety of cuisines, there's certainly something for everyone as well as dishes you won't likely find in on many other menus in Melbourne, including a Camel Burger or the highly popular 'North African Fry Up' for breakfast with scrambled eggs, lamb, chickpeas, chilli, avocado and more.
A trio of dips with warm Turkish bread at oneworld. Image:The Ideas Library
With plenty of options for sharing plates with a group, we tried the daily dips which included a hummus, beetroot and pumpkin dip with warm Turkish bread as a starter. The bread was hot and toasty, absolutely ideal for a wet Melbourne winter evening.
You'll also find plenty on the menu for vegetarians as well as those opting for a gluten free diet. My dining partner chose the paleo steak which was a porterhouse steak served with a quinoa, avocado and nut side salad and a coconut vinaigrette.
The Paelo steak at oneworld Knox. Image: The Ideas Library
The service is friendly and warm and the interior is rather spacious so it's easy for parents and prams to get inside as well. There's outdoor seating and with so much to choose from within the Knox Ozone retail complex, this one is certain to be a crowd pleaser as everyone can dine happy.