Melt Henley Makes A Comeback In Time For Those Winter Sunsets!

We almost had a mini heart attack when we saw that Melt Henley had shut it’s doors—but now, thank the Lord, they’re back open and business is as usual! Melt Henley had been closed for a couple of weeks due to some ‘experimentation with smoke’, but fortunately everything is now back to looking pristine. Those beach views and chill vibes will be again available to the public, and we are so ready to gorge ourselves on some deliciousness.
We might be in the depths of winter, but Melt Henley is the ultimate place to keep warm—find yourself a cosy window seat for total beachfront views of the Southern Ocean waves hitting the Henley shore. Watch the storms roll in while keeping warm with wine in one hand and a slice of gourmet pizza in the other—not to mention those cracking sunsets!
Melt Henley have your comfort food sorted, with pan-fried haloumi, baked gnocchi, and hummus with ground lamb for starters. And of course, take your pick from their signature pizzas, like the Albondigas (Spanish meatballs, asiago, roasted cherry tomato) (with mascarpone, baby clam, and chilli) and the blue swimmer (charred corn, chilli, and clam).
With wines chosen by sommelier Michael Murphy and cocktails influenced by Maybe Mae guru Ollie Margan—do you need any more reasons to leave the couch on these chilly days? We think not!
Melt Henley is open 11.30am on weekdays and from 10am on weekends, with the kitchen open all day, so you can get your pizza fix whenever the craving hits!
If the winter chill is a little too much for you to take, you can also enjoy these tasty treats from the comfort of home. Takeaway at Melt Henley is also now open all day brunch from 9am with coffee, gelato (everyone knows ice cream tastes best in winter) and, of course, takeaway pizzas.

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