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Locals know that Chinatown is the tried and true place to eat before hitting the nightclub scene. The place simply buzzes, and the well-preserved buildings exude a sense of Imperial China stemming from immigration over a century ago. In restaurant after restaurant on Little Bourke Street, you'll find delicious dishes such as sizzling honeyed prawns, and value for your money. Stately matrons oversee family kitchens serving up age-old recipes. The lighting may be unromantic, the patrons loud, and the service no-nonsense, but the food is sensational.
"It is the history and more of settlement of Chinese into Australia"
reviewed 4 weeks ago by anthony126
I fell in love with this museum which I have visited twice and has taken further afield out of Melbourne (Bendigo and Ararat) to seek more more information regarding settlement. Learnt of the Great Walk from South Autralia to the Gold Fields in Victoria which I had never come accross before. I hugely endorse a visit to the Museum and...
You could tell the Chinese influence in the world's stage when you see a major world city that pretty looks like Beijing. Just head to Little Bourke Street (incidentally a stone's throw away from our hotel) and yet again try Chinese cuisine.
I like these paintings, most of them are very good, and the staff know what they are talking about. As with all paintings, however, you should buy something that you like and that you can live with. If you are buying through a gallery, to make a profit you must either be very lucky or hold it for a very...
$$ - $$$ • Asian, Thai, Fusion, Vietnamese, Street Food
reviewed yesterday by SRayL
Wandering past this evening we couldn’t resist going inside this buzzy little restaurant .. we were certain we would just have a snack having just consumed several entrees at a wine bar around the corner .... well that all changed when our amazing waiter Fraser came along . His suggestion of ceviche surpassed both our expectations and despite our plan...
The ever busy cafe Rice Paper Scissors, long queue to get the seats.
The good thing is that you don't have to wait, you can put your name in the queue and they'll call you back when it's available.
The place wasn't spacious enough, it can get little bit noisy and suffocating when it gets crowded and full packed;
$$ - $$$ • Australian, Wine Bar, Bar, Contemporary
"Pre dinner drinks"
reviewed 1 week ago by worldtravellers1995
It was a last minute decision on a Friday night to get pre dinner drinks. We called a few places and they were booked. We decided to just show up at 1806 and hope for the best. We were immediately seated upstairs. The staff was friendly and efficient. We loved the menu with a little blurb about every era and...
I travel to Melbourne almost weekly for work and always choose to stay at Ovolo Laneways. The rooms are great, the location is very convenient to work, but also restaurants, bars, and the metro. The Staff are wonderful, treating me like a honoured guest, not just a frequent customer. They remember my likes and dislikes and are always very accommodating...
A great hotel, right in the middle of Melbourne CBD. The room was excellent and the staff were fantastic. I actually mentioned I was grieving the loss of beloved cat and a very kind hearted staff member bought me a complimentary bottle of champagne. That was very so very touching and thoughtful.
They are So friendly :DThanks to them, I had enjoyable stay in Melbourne.日本人の旅行者です。英語をうまく使えなくても、親切に接してくださり、こちらの意図をくみ取ろうとして下さり、大変助かりました。チェックアウト後、荷物を預けたまま町を散策して疲れたので、しばらく居ていいか？と尋ねたところ、快く快諾していただき、コーヒーもごちそうになりました（チップを置いてきましたが）。
good location for access to top end of city the rooms were clean and the check in process was very professional and easy we would consider staying again if business brought us back here in the future !