Where is the best place to have Christmas lunch in Melbourne's CBD or inner suburbs?

I am on the lookout for the best place to eat this Christmas? Has anyone got any suggestions from past experience or somewhere they have heard of that's good? Ideally looking a traditional Christmas meal but want to hear all suggestions.
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CasioClive 2yrs+
Overlooking Fitzroy Gardens, this european inspired restaurant offers all the traditional christmas favourites.
Last years pricing: Adult - $130 and Children under 12 - $65

Collins Kitchen
Found in the Grand Hyatt Hotel on Collins Street. They offer an extravagant Christmas day buffet with everything you could ever dream of for your Christmas day feast.
Last years pricing: Adult - $95 and Children $47.50

No. 8 by John Lawson
If you are looking to spend a little more on the family this year, then look no further than No.8, you get a an US experience in the UK environment in OZ!
Last years pricing: $230 per person

Get in touch with these guy! I am getting hungry just looking at the menus.
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Equality 2yrs+
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Fitzroygirl 2yrs+
My top 5 places to eat out on Christmas day are:
1. I hear Gazi are doing a great 5-course Greek style Christmas lunch for $145 per person http://www.gazirestaurant.com.au/.
2. Silks on Southbank are serving up at 8 course Asian feast for $160 a head https://www.crownmelbourne.com.au/restaurants/premium/silks?gclid=CI3i1vO53MkCFVgkvQod71MEpA.
3. Maha are serving up a 5-course Middle Eastern Xmas lunch for $135 per person https://maharestaurant.com.au/events/christmas-lunch/.
4. For a more traditional Christmas grub (roast ham, pork and beef, roast veggies and pudding) try North Fitzroy Arms Hotel's Xmas lunch deal for $70 for adults http://www.northfitzroyarms.com.au/.
5. Enjoy a glass of sparkling or beer on arrival at Terra Rosa before enjoying a 3-course Mediterranean Xmas lunch for only $60 per person http://www.terrarossarb.com.au/.
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Summertime 2yrs+
I have more traditional tastes preferring a traditional roast with stuffing so my favourite picks for Christmas day lunch are:

PJ O’Brien’s
12-16/3 Southgate Ave, Southbank
(03) 9686 5011

Melbourne SeaLife Aquarium
King Street & Flinders St, Melbourne
(03) 9923 5925

Mr. Mason
Shop 10, 530 Collins St, Melbourne
(03) 9614 4500

Sofitel Melbourne
25 Collins Street, Melbourne
(03) 9653 0000

The Wharf Hotel
18-38 Siddeley Street Melbourne
(03) 8680 6000
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clairec6 Oct 25, 2018
We love the Brighton Savoy for Christmas Lunch or Dinner, they offer a traditional style lunch with seafood, delicious turkey and plum pudding.

Brighton Savoy Hotel
150 Esplanade , Brighton 3186
(03) 9592 8233
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