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There are a lot of things to love about Sri Penang. Firstly, their Malaysian chicken curry is all sorts of amazing. Secondly, the owner, Angie, is one of the friendliest people in Auckland. And lastly, corkage is a measly $1 per person. Need we say more? Pro tip: order lots of rotis.

If the Italians have one thing right and it's pizza and wine. Grab an exotic Tuscan bottle and make your way to Archie’s in Newmarket, who serve gourmet wood-fired pizzas like classic Alla Margarita or the more adventurous Al Salmone with salmon, mozzarella, cream cheese and mesclun.

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To BBQ or not to BBQ? That IS the question at Korean BBQ joint Faro. And, in our humble opinion, we vote BBQ. Choose from a selection of raw meat dishes (the pork belly and marinated beef steaks are our faves) to cook on your very own grill and enjoy with tasty sides. Whether you’re trying to impress your Tinderella or your friends from out of town, Faro’s interactive dining experience is your go-to.

Po’ Brothers is all about cheap (but good) eats using flavour influences from across Asia including Japan, China, Thailand, Vietnam and Korea. Don’t go past the duck red curry or unicorn spring rolls—they will certainly hit the Asian fusion spot.

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When the comfort of a curry is all you’re craving, head to Oh Calcutta in Parnell. Tuck into an array of lip-smackingly good tandoori delights, Punjabi Saag Ghosht and of course, Butter Chicken.

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Discerning Hawthorners have been coming to this neighbourhood restaurant for date nights, birthdays, business meetings and more for almost three decades. Alongside sophisticated Japanese fare – think pristine sushi and sashimi, and heartier dishes like konbu beef or miso black cod – chef and owner Yasu Yoshida allows diners to BYO wine for lunchtime bookings and on Wednesday nights for $15 per person.

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Shop 1, 210 Toorak Road, South Yarra; 8/240 Victoria Street, Richmond; facebook.com/pacificbbqhouse

295 Drummond Street, Carlton, docgroup.net

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As befits the spirit of hospitality this CBD institution is famous for, the Wa  iters Club (as it’s also known) allows you to bring your own wine for free. Climb the flight of stairs that lead from Meyers Place to the rustic, whitewashed dining room and order either pasta or classic Italian dishes like osso bucco to pair with your favourite bottle.

Looking for a restaurant that’ll allow you to bring that special bottle you’ve been saving for an occasion, or some beers to go with your banquet? Here are 10 Melbourne restaurants offering BYO.

224 Gertrude Street, Fitzroy; 162 Greville Street, Prahran; ladro.com.au

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If you’re looking for traditional, home-style Lebanese fare in a more upmarket setting, Carlton institution Abla’s also allows you to BYO wine. So if you’ve been saving a special bottle that you think will pair perfectly with chef Amad’s juicy cabbage rolls or her famous almond-topped chicken and rice, you can bring it for $15 per bottle (Monday to Thursday only).

Soupy, expertly pleated xiao long bao draw every type of diner – from students grabbing a quick bite to large groups settling in for a feast around the Lazy Susans – to this three-storey CBD dumpling house. But as well as the food, diners are also drawn to the BYO policy: you can BYO (wine only) for just $4.50 per head.