Priority Pass adds third restaurant at Melbourne Airport


Priority Pass has added a third restaurant to its options at Melbourne Airport. Initially, there were two restaurants options –  Bar Pulpa by Movida and Urban Providore. More recently, Priority Pass has added Cafe Vue to its range of outlets.

All three of the restaurants provide a credit of $36 per person when using the Priority Pass card.

In adding the two (now three) restaurants, Priority Pass offers Melbourne Airport a similar restaurant service as previously introduced to Sydney and Brisbane Airpoert.

Melbourne Airport Priority Pass Options

The three options available in Melbourne are both located in Terminal 2, after security and immigration. This effectively means that you need to be on an international journey out of Melbourne in order to take advantage of the offer. This is different to the situation in Brisbane and Sydney where domestic travellers have options.

In all three cases, a credit of up to $36 per person is offered. For two guests, that becomes $72. Note that each credit of $36 represents one of your visits for the year. If you have a card limited to two visits, this could go quickly!

Bar Pulpa by Movida

Bar Pulpa by Movida serves traditional Spanish tapas plates and a selection of local and imported wines and beers. It is located opposite Gate 4, and offers a  credit on both food and beverage options.

Urban Providore

The Urban Providore offers creative gourmet Australian flavors. The restaurant focuses on cooking healthy meals from locally sourced fresh produce. It is located opposite Gates 10 and 15.

Cafe Vue

Located Airside after Passport Control and Duty Free, Level 1, Café Vue is located on the right hand side at the end of the luxury retail area.

In some respects, the restaurant offering is better than a lounge visit. In many cases, the food may well be better than some lounge offerings


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Mark is the founder of FlyStayPoints, and caught the travel bug early in life. He discovered the benefits of travel loyalty programs in 2001, and is always learning how they can make travel better. While work takes him between Perth and Melbourne, he is always plotting his next adventure.