Officially the building is know at VCCC – Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre, more commonly referred to at the “New Peter Mac” (opposite Royal Melbourne Hospital). Having opened in February 2017, this is a mixed Asian offer – its focus is on Japanese, Vietnamese and Malaysian cuisines. Our menu here has been refined a little to meet the “Healthy Choices Guide” set down by Nutrition Australia. That’s not saying you can’t find an authentic Curry Laksa on the menu!

This is a small café with 40-50 seats and entrance is from Grattan Street. We have an online ordering system in place and if you are local, delivery via foodora, guaranteeing from cook-line to your door in 15 minutes.

We have cooked to order, takeaway menu and ‘grab & go’ and specials that rotate daily.


The Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Center (VCCC) is the new home of Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre at 305 Grattan Street, Melbourne – at the intersections of Flemington Road, Grattan Street and Elizabeth Street, just opposite The Royal Women’s Hospital and The Royal Melbourne Hospital near the northern edge of the city centre.

The main entrance is on Grattan Street, opposite The Royal Melbourne Hospital. Think Asia VCCC Hospital’s entrance is from the street in Grattan Street.

305 Grattan St
Melbourne, VIC 3000
(03) 9349 3289


Monday – Sunday 10am – 9pm
Closed Public Holidays