Melbourne is a city that is constantly changing, growing, and evolving. It has become a popular destination for international visitors because of its diverse culture, delicious cuisine, and welcoming people. With this influx of new residents and visitors, there are plenty of restaurants in Melbourne to satisfy any palate! This article will take you on a journey through the best Asian restaurants in Melbourne that you might want to try. It might be hard to decide where to start, but with a little effort, you can find your next favorite place! ...

Melbourne has long been a hotspot for Asian cuisine. Whether you’re looking for fusion or traditional, there’s a restaurant here that will suit your tastes. These restaurants are perfect for a relaxing lunch or dinner away from the city center.

1 Sun Wah, Mordialloc

Sun Wah

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Sun Wah is famous for offering delicious Chinese and Asian dishes in the heart of Melbourne. This restaurant started its journey back in 1960 and has come a long way. It offers both popular traditional Cantonese cuisine as well as modern fusion techniques, creating unique Asian-inspired dishes. This restaurant has received many awards, including the recent listing by the AGFG. It is the perfect place to enjoy a couple of dishes and cocktails with friends and family.

NameSun Wah
Websitehttps://www.sunwah.com.au/
CuisinesChinese, Asian
SpecialityLamb Ribs, Eye Fillet, Set Menu, Desserts, Wine
Service Cost (Approx)$60 for two people
Service optionsDine-in · Kerbside pickup · No-contact delivery
Menusunwah.com.au
Orderredcatcloud.com.au
Reservationhttp://www.sunwah.com.au/bookings/
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Opening TimeMonday : Closed
Tuesday : Closed
Wednesday : Closed
Thursday : 6–10pm
Friday : 6–10pm
Saturday : 6–10pm
Sunday : 6–10pm
Contact No.+61 3 9580 4376
Payments AcceptedVisa, Mastercard, Amex, EFTPOS
Address229 Beach Rd, Mordialloc VIC 3195, Australia
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Review on Google – ” We visited Sun Wah last night for dinner, enjoying one of their 10 course degustation special dinner menus. It was absolutely delicious and we highly recommend visiting. We will be back again! Thank you Rowena and Cliff for the great meal and service.” – Nat Wilson Events Designer

2 Hochi Mama

Hochi Mama, Little Bourke St

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Hochi Mama is an Asian restaurant that specializes in serving fresh, new fusion food. They have a menu filled with dishes that are typically fragrant and aromatic, such as rice from different parts of Asia. Customers have the option to try a variety of drinks with flavors inspired by South East Asia. Located in the CBD, this is the perfect place to enjoy Asian and Vietnamese food with your mates this weekend.

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NameHochi Mama
Websitehttps://hochimama.melbourne/
CuisinesFusion, Vietnamese, Asian
SpecialityChicken Baos, Whole Flounder, Bao Bun, Massaman Curry, Beef Ribs, Crispy Chicken
Service Cost (Approx)$75 for two people
Service optionsDine-in · Takeaway
Menuhochimama.melbourne
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Reservationhochimama.melbourne, opentable.com.au
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Opening TimeMonday : 12–3pm, 5–9:30pm
Tuesday : 12–3pm, 5–9:30pm
Wednesday : 12–3pm, 5–9:30pm
Thursday : 12–3pm, 5–9:30pm
Friday : 12–3pm, 5–10:30pm
Saturday : 12–3pm, 5–10:30pm
Sunday : 12–3pm, 5–9:30pm
Contact No.+61 3 9078 2285
Payments AcceptedAMEX, Cash not accepted, MasterCard, Visa
Address35 Little Bourke St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
Directionhttps://g.page/hochimamakitchen?share
Review on Goggle This restaurant was a super surprise. 😮 The vibe is just perfect. The playlist is just too good with great hip hop tunes.😎 The inside is so beautifully decorated and perfectly lit. ✨The atmosphere is really nice. The Asian female waitress was just so warm and welcoming. The food was very flavoursome, the curry super filling. The chicken curry was nicely generous with chicken pieces. Nice looking cocktail menu with a good selection. Highly recommend! 🙏🏼” – Stan Veloutsos

3 Lucy Liu Kitchen and Bar, Oliver Ln

Lucy Liu Kitchen and Bar

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Lucy Liu Kitchen and Bar offers some deliciously cooked Asian dishes influenced by Shanghai and Bangkok. The main dishes of this restaurant include Drunken Chicken, Pork Hock, Kingfish Sashimi, and Roti Bread. Also, you should not miss their Banana Fritters. Make your reservation for your next party today and enjoy great service, ambiance, and food at the most reasonable price.

NameLucy Liu Kitchen and Bar
Websitehttps://www.lucylius.com.au/
CuisinesAsian, Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options
SpecialityDrunken Chicken, Pork Hock, Kingfish Sashimi, Roti Bread, Barramundi, Starters
Service Cost (Approx)$150 for two people
Service optionsDine-in · Takeaway · Delivery
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Opening TimeMonday : 12–10:30pm
Tuesday : 12–10:30pm
Wednesday : 12–10:30pm
Thursday : 12–10:30pm
Friday : 12–10:30pm
Saturday : 12–10:30pm
Sunday : 12–10:30pm
Contact No.+61 3 9639 5777
Payments AcceptedAMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Address23 Oliver Ln, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
Directionhttps://g.page/LucyLiuMelbourne?share
Review on Google If you’re looking for a buzzing atmosphere and fun dishes to share, this is a great choice. The service was amazing, our server made multiple dishes vegan and gluten free for us! Cocktails were super delicious and unique as well. The only issue I have is the music was a bit too loud for me, but that’s just personal opinion. Overall, a really great experience! ” –Taya Faith

4 Red Spice Road, Queen St

Red Spice Road

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This restaurant has gained lots of love from Melbournians in a quick time. Its menu is perfect if you want to enjoy the list of items such as Baos, Duck Curry, Chicken Salad, Barramundi, Starter, and Chicken Wings without compromising the quality. Get a wide selection of entrees and appetizers from around the world at this place. You can enjoy an incredible array of delectable dishes at a pocket-friendly rate.

NameRed Spice Road
Websitehttps://redspiceroad.com/
CuisinesAsian, Vietnamese, Thai
SpecialityBaos, Duck Curry, Chicken Salad, Barramundi, Starter, Chicken Wings
Service Cost (Approx)$150 for two people
Service optionsDine-in · No delivery
Menuredspiceroad.com
OrderNA
ReservationBook online for Red Spice Road Queen Street
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Opening TimeMonday : Closed
Tuesday : Closed
Wednesday : 12–3pm, 5–10:30pm
Thursday : 12–3pm, 5–10:30pm
Friday : 12–3pm, 5–10:30pm
Saturday : 5–10:30pm
Sunday : Closed
Contact No.+61 3 9603 1601
Payments AcceptedAMEX, Diners Club, MasterCard, Visa
Address141 Queen St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
Directionhttps://goo.gl/maps/iadSpBH864KV1s3F6

Review on Google Perfection! We came for the Lunch Menu and everything we ordered was amazing and fresh, with unique flavours! The best one for me was the Sweet Pork and the Croquette Balls. The staff was very kind and assisted us in everything. Even better because we came and it wasn’t busy and the vibe was calm and chill. Totally worth the price.” — Mark Ian’

5Kekou, Bridge Rd

Kekou

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Looking for some unique place to throw your next party? Located on Bridge Road in Richmond, Kekou is the hidden food gem of Melbourne, where you can enjoy your wedding ceremonies or birthday parties and much more conveniently. The ambiance and customer service of this dining space are second to none. You should give this strikingly different but equally beautiful space a try.

NameKekou
Websitehttps://kekou.com.au/
CuisinesAsian, Fusion, Malaysian
SpecialityPork Belly, Pad Thai, Beer, Dessert, Drinks, Rice
Service Cost (Approx)$110 for two people
Service optionsDine-in · Takeaway · Delivery
Menukekou.com.au
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ReservationMake a Booking — Kekou Melbourne
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Opening TimeMonday : Closed
Tuesday : Closed
Wednesday : 6–11pm
Thursday : 6–11pm
Friday : 12–4pm, 5–11pm
Saturday : 12–4pm, 5–11pm
Sunday : 12–4pm, 5–11pm
Contact No.+61 3 9089 7299
Payments AcceptedCash, EFTPOS and Cards accepted
Address396 Bridge Rd, Richmond VIC 3121, Australia
Directionhttps://goo.gl/maps/emEu3ceQGk3S1k876
Review on Google – “ Very unique Asian fusion. Quality ingredients, with great flavour and depth. Lots of options. Great for sharing! I went as a walk in for Mother’s Day, they were very nice and carefully explained all the dishes. The ceviche was gorgeously flavoured as was the betel leaf. The balloon bread with spreads was so interesting and tasty. The chicken ribs were cooked well but just a little over salted, maybe because they were totally full for Mother’s Day so producing large quantities. I found the portions generous for the pricing as well, which can be hard to come by. Will return with friends! ”- Caragh Dixon

6 Bok Choy Chinese Cuisine, Brighton

Bok Choy Chinese Cuisine, Brighton

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This warm and happening restaurant is popular among Melbournians for dining, drinking, and socialization. Bok Choy Chinese Cuisine staff offers detailed service to every customer. They have received three consecutive “Chef’s Hat Awards”(Age Good Food Guide 2004, 2005 & 2006) and two consecutive “2 Wine Glass Awards”(highly recommended) in the Tucker/Seabrook National Wine List Award 2003 & 2004 for their exquisite list of dishes and wines.

NameBok Choy Chinese Cuisine
Websitehttps://www.longsong.com.au/
CuisinesChinese, Asian, Vegetarian Friendly
SpecialityChinese and Asian fusion
Service Cost (Approx)$150 for two people
Service optionsDine-in · Takeaway · Delivery
MenuBok Choy Chinese Cuisine Menu
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Opening TimeMonday : 5:30–10pm
Tuesday : 5:30–10pm
Wednesday : 5:30–10pm
Thursday : 5:30–10pm
Friday : 12–3pm, 5:30–10:30pm
Saturday : 12–3pm, 5:30–10:30pm
Sunday : 11:45am–3pm, 5:30–10pm
Contact No.(03) 9592 0253 / (03) 9592 0296
Payments AcceptedDiner’s Club, EFTPOS, AMEX, Cash, Visa, Mastercard
Address300 New St, Brighton VIC 3186, Australia
Directionhttps://goo.gl/maps/khkKvz8xDbGsWrhYA
Review on Google Fabulous food and great service. We ordered the banquet and each course was a generous portion. Highly recommend this place to try out. ” – Srinath Jayaratne

7 Gingerboy, Crossley St

Gingerboy

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Craving some of the best Asian street food in Melbourne? Gingerboy will help you out. Gingerboy provides an authentic experience in a contemporary setting. It looks to hawker foods and the street markets of Asia for inspiration in order to provide fresh and unique cuisine. If you are planning to visit this place, don’t forget to try Crispy chili salt cuttlefish, lemon, roasted sesame, and roasted red chili dressing.

NameGingerboy
Websitehttps://www.gingerboy.com.au/
CuisinesAsian
SpecialityCorn Cakes, Whole Snapper, Dessert Platter, Duck Curry, Deserts, Cocktails
Service Cost (Approx)$130 for two people
Service optionsDine-in · No takeaway · No delivery
Menugingerboy.com.au
OrderNA
Reservationsevenrooms.com
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Opening TimeMonday : Closed
Tuesday : 12–11pm
Wednesday : 12–11pm
Thursday : 12–11pm
Friday : 12–11pm
Saturday : 12–11pm
Sunday : Closed
Contact No.+61 3 9662 4200
Payments AcceptedAMEX, Diners Club, MasterCard, Visa
Address27-29 Crossley St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
Directionhttps://g.page/gingerboymelb?share

Review on Google I have never had better food in my life. It was absolutely delish. Best restaurant ever. Absolutely fantastic service from June, Lily, Nicole, Jenny, Yvan and Alex (very friendly all of them). My favourite dish was the chicken spare ribs so yummy. I would 100/10 recommend. Such a good experience at Gingerboy. Thanks! – Louise Alston

8 Flower Drum, Market Ln

Flower Drum

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For the last 35 years, Flower Drum has been known for its intimidating reputation. The stunning dining room features wood panels, red carpets, and mirrored tables. Attendants will hook you up with a meal of seafood, shellfish, and other protein unlike any other in Melbourne.

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NameFlower Drum
Websitehttp://www.flowerdrum.melbourne/
CuisinesChinese, Cantonese, Hong Kong
SpecialityPeking Duck, Pancakes, Wine, Dessert, Beef, Sauce
Service Cost (Approx)$200 for two people
Service optionsDine-in · Kerbside pickup · No-contact delivery
Menuflowerdrum.melbourne
OrderNA
Reservationflowerdrum.melbourne, thefork.com.au
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Opening TimeMonday : 12–3pm, 6–11pm
Tuesday : 12–3pm, 6–11pm
Wednesday : 12–3pm, 6–11pm
Thursday : 12–3pm, 6–11pm
Friday : 12–3pm, 6–11pm
Saturday : 12–3pm, 6–11pm
Sunday : 6–11pm
Contact No.+61 3 9662 3655
Payments AcceptedAmerican Express, Diners Club Card, Mastercard, Visa
Address17 Market Ln, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
Directionhttps://goo.gl/maps/1EQmcL3hG2khnSWD9

Review on Google – Amazing atmosphere, the customer service was immaculate. We came as a group of four, when we ordered the mains they served it all to us all equally instead of just picking at the dish. Our favourite was definitely the Peking Duck! Definitely would recommend going back and trying out more of there dishes 🙌🏼 The drinks were also amazing, a restaurant always worth visiting. ” – Joy Dala

9 Rice Paper Scissors, Hardware Ln

Rice Paper Scissors, Hardware Ln

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Rice Paper Scissors offers delicious Asian street food with plates and is located in Hardware Ln. A true flight of flavors will definitely attract you to this restaurant again and again. This popular Asian restaurant in Melbourne was the dream project of crazy guys Rahmie Clowes and Shane Stafford. The USP of this restaurant is that they only use their hands to eat. If you love Asian dishes, you should give a try to this wonderful place a try.

NameRice Paper Scissors
Websitehttps://ricepaperscissors.com.au/
CuisinesAsian, Thai, Vietnamese
SpecialityCoffee Martini, Herb Salad, Betel Leaf, Lobster Roll, Pork Buns, Ribs
Service Cost (Approx)$80 for two people
Service optionsDine-in · No delivery
Menuricepaperscissors
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Opening TimeMonday : 11:30–3pm, 5–9:30pm
Tuesday : 11:30–3pm, 5–9:30pm
Wednesday : 11:30–3pm, 5–9:30pm
Thursday : 11:30–3pm, 5–9:30pm
Friday : 11:30–3pm, 5–9:30pm
Saturday : 11:30am–11pm(last booking 9:30pm)
Sunday : 11:30am-9:30pm
Contact No.+61 3 9663 9890
Payments AcceptedAAMEX, MasterCard, Visa, Cash
Address15 Hardware Ln, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
Directionhttps://goo.gl/maps/2DKZvhfAxT2VKjNp6
Review on Google Good vibe restaurant. Staff super friendly, delicious food and tasty cocktails. Also, the 5 dishes to share is a great option for the price. Dessert are unbelievable good!! Beautiful and the start of the show at that night. ” – Vanessa Wingert

10 Supernormal, Flinders Ln

Supernormal

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Supernormal is a popular Asian restaurant with a contemporary Japanese aesthetic located in the heart of Melbourne. The dynamic room is flanked by a long open kitchen and bar with an inviting private dining space afforded downstairs. The interior design of this dining space will remind you of the Japanese interior.

NameSupernormal
Websitehttps://supernormal.net.au/
CuisinesAsian, Fusion
SpecialityLobster Bun, Sea Bream, Chocolate Parfait, Lobster Roll, Whole Flounder, Lobster Meat
Service Cost (Approx)$140 for two people
Service optionsDine-in · Drive-through · No delivery
Menusupernormal.net.au
OrderNA
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Opening TimeMonday : 12–10pm
Tuesday : 12–10pm
Wednesday : 12–10pm
Thursday : 12–10pm
Friday : 12–10pm
Saturday : 12–10pm
Sunday : 12–10pm
Contact No.+61 3 9650 8688
Payments AcceptedEFTPOS, AMEX, Visa, Mastercard
Address180 Flinders Ln, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
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Review on Google”  Was slightly sceptical of Supernormal but having tried it, I can say it’s worth the hype. Though the space is been around a while it somehow feels timeless. The menu is quite varied and everything I tried from it was very good – especially the veg dumplings and the prawns. Cocktails were also very nice. ” – Quincy Malesovas

There are many different types of Asian cuisines, and you should know about at least a few of them. Here are the three most common types of Asian cuisine:

Traditional Asian Food

Traditional Asian Food
There are many types of Asian food, and each has its own unique flavor and ingredients. Some of the most popular types of Asian food include traditional Asian cuisine, sushi, and Thai food.
Traditional Asian cuisine is composed of common dishes in Asia, such as potstickers and dim sum. These dishes are usually served with a variety of sauces, which give them their unique flavor.

Chinese Food

Chinese Food
One of the most popular types of Asian cuisine is Chinese food. Chinese food is a complex dish that features many different flavors and ingredients.
Most Chinese food is served in a steamed bun or rice bowl. The main ingredients in Chinese food are meat, vegetables, and sauces. Some of the most popular types of Chinese food are beef dishes, chicken dishes, and seafood dishes.

Japanese Food

Japanese Food
Japanese food is one of the most popular types of Asian cuisine. It is known for its fresh and flavourful ingredients, as well as its unique presentation. One of the most popular Japanese dishes is sushi. This dish is made up of rice, fish, and other vegetables rolled in vinegared rice. There are many variations of sushi, including sashimi, maki, and nigiri.
Another popular type of Japanese food is tempura. This dish consists of battered and deep-fried seafood or vegetables. It can be served with a variety of sauces and dipping chips. Japanese food is definitely worth trying out if you are interested in Asian cuisine. It has a unique flavor and presentation that will leave you wanting more.

Thai Food

Thai Food
One of the most popular types of Asian cuisine is Thai food. Thai food is a mix of many different influences, including Indian and Chinese cooking styles. Thai food is usually spicy and has a lot of flavors. It can be made with chicken, seafood, or beef as the main ingredients. Some common Thai dishes include pad thai, tom yum soup, and curry chicken. If you’re looking for an adventurous taste in Asian cuisine, try Thai food. It’s sure to be a hit with your taste buds!

Indian/Pakistani Food

Indian_Pakistani Food
One of the most popular types of Asian cuisine is Indian food. This style of cooking is a fusion of many different traditions, including those from Pakistan and India. Indian food is usually rich in spices and flavors, and it can be very spicy. Pakistani food is similar to Indian food, but it is typically lighter in flavor. Pakistani dishes often include items such as chicken tikka masala and naan bread.

Vietnamese Food

Vietnamese food
Vietnamese food is a popular type of Asian cuisine that is popular all over the world. It is a cuisine that many different cultures have influenced, and its flavors are unique.
Some of the most common Vietnamese ingredients include rice, fish sauce, and soy sauce. These ingredients combine to create a variety of flavors and textures in Vietnamese food. Some of the most popular Vietnamese dishes include pho, banh mi, and bun bo Hue.

What Makes a Great Asian Restaurant?

There are many factors that make a great Asian restaurant. However, some of the most important include quality food, a talented kitchen staff, and a warm and inviting atmosphere. Some of our favorite Asian restaurants in Melbourne include Hochi Mama, Red Spice Road, Rice Paper Scissors, and many more. Each of these venues offers delicious food at reasonable prices, and they all have unique personalities that make them special.
Whether you’re in the mood for Beef Ribs or barramundi sushi, there’s sure to be a restaurant on our list that will satisfy your taste buds. The skills of Asian chefs are truly amazing, and it’s no wonder that they have become such an important part of Melbourne culture. Whether you’re a fan of sushi or ramen soup, there’s something for everyone on our list.

A Brief History of the Asian Food in Australia

Asian food has been present in Australia for a long time. In the early days, Chinese immigrants were the main drivers of the Asian food industry in Australia. They opened restaurants and became entrenched in the Australian food scene. Over time, other Asian countries began to immigrate to Australia and bring their cuisine with them. Today, there are many different types of Asian food available in Australia, from Thai to Japanese to Indian. In addition, many cafes and restaurants specialize in Asian food. Whether you’re looking for a traditional dish or something unique, you’re sure to find it in Australia.

Things To Try At Asian Restaurants

Things To Try At Asian Restaurants

Feeling like you’re out of ideas when it comes to planning your next date night or just wants something new to try? Look no further than the list of things to try at a fancy Asian restaurant. From the diverse dish option to different aromas and flavors, Asian dishes offer everything to the gourmand. Asian restaurants act as the house of trendy food and make use of local and traditional ingredients to develop mouth-watering dishes.

Wherever you have residence across Melbourne, you will easily find Asian restaurants where you can sit back and enjoy the intense tastes of delicious cuisines on the planet.

Sushi

Sushi

This Japanese dish receives lots of love from every corner of the world. The perfect blend of crispiness and contrasting texture will enhance your taste and keep you satisfied. This dish is prepared with vinegared rice along with some salt and a sweet texture. Finishing is done with a variety of ingredients such as seafood and green vegetables.

Kimchi

Kimchi

Next, we will suggest you the traditional dish of Korea. This is a combination of salted and fermented vegetables which mostly includes cabbage and radish. You will find them as a side dish or starter dish. Finishing is done with numerous seasonings to enhance the taste of the dish. After the marination process, these vegetables are stored in brine along with sugar, garlic, chilli pepper, leeks and fish paste. After that, it’s left to ferment for weeks and months.

Dim Sum

Dim Sum

This is the most popular brunch item that is enjoyed by individuals who love Asian cuisines. You will find this dish pretty neat, clean and appetising. To enhance the taste of food lovers this is mostly served with tea. There is the meaning of this dish’s name i.e. “little tokens” which perfectly describes it. This is mostly served in bamboo steamers. You will find dumplings rolls, meatballs, sweet desserts and other such things under that steamer.

Biryani

Biryani

This Asian cuisine does not require any fancy introduction. You can say that it is the result of the perfect combination of main ingredients and optional ingredients. Basmati rice, eggs, meat, vegetables, a variety of spices, dried fruits, nuts and yoghurt all are perfectly cooked to result in the amazingly luscious dish. The layering of marinated chicken with half-cooked rice holds the power to change your mood and satisfy your cravings.

Satay

Satay

Indonesia is the origin of this dish and also the national food. This is a simple dish that contains meat on sticks. Different types of meats are cooked, skewered, grilled and served with a sauce. A proper mixture is prepared for the marination of chicken. It includes spices, herbs, soy sauce, coriander powder, garlic and turmeric powder. All are mixed perfectly and result in a delicious and mouth-watering dish. The stick is basically roasted over charcoal or tree branches (used as convection or heating) that gives satay a unique flavour.

Ramen

Ramen

The next food item that you can try at Asian restaurants is Ramen. This Japanese cuisine first appeared in 1910 and from that time it gained immense popularity and became one of the most admired dishes. A broth prepared with special care and stock that comes with chewy noodles that will surprise you with the best taste. You will find different variants of ramen in different regions of Japan.

Pho

Pho

Drive away your hunger pangs with the national dish of Vietnam, i.e. Pho. This soup dish is made up of rice noodles, meat and broth. Its strong aroma and flavours make it the prefered choice of food lovers. The broth is prepared by simmering the chicken or beef for several hours and further other herbs, spices and condiments are added to enhance the taste.

Tandoori Chicken

Tandoori Chicken

The term is derived from the Persian word tannur which means ‘fire.’ In the mixture of yoghurt, cumin, garam masala, lemon, and other spices, skinless chicken is marinated properly. After this, the chicken is prepared in an open clay tandoor oven so that the best flavour can come out and foodies can enjoy the best taste.

Falafel

Falafel

If you want to try something with veg then falafel, a dish from Lebanon and the Middle East will fulfil your craving. It is deep fried in oil and mostly in a ball or patty shape. Its main ingredient is ground chickpeas and broad beans. According to the region, you will find different serving options for falafel.

Nasi Goreng

Nasi Goreng

Can you imagine what amazing results will appear with the simple combination of meat, onion, and fried rice? Yes, right you will be having Nasi Goreng which is simple Asian-style fried rice. To offer a unique and engaging taste to the dish Chef makes use of Kecap Manis which is sweet and dark soy sauce.

Tempura

Tempura

This is a typical food of Japan and is prepared with seafood, meat and vegetables. Each ingredient is deep into the batter and after that, it is deep fried. No marination or flavours are added in Tempura. This is simple, clean and prepared with minimal ingredients. The common elements of Tempura are eggplant, shiitake, and shiso. The consistency of the batter (flour, egg and water) plays an important role in delivering the best dish. Commonly this Asian cuisine is served with lemon, sea salt and sauce.

Jiaozi

Jiaozi

You might know this dish by another name, Chinese dumplings. This yummy dish is prepared with a thin roll of dough which is wrapped with delicious meat or vegetables. With time it has gained much popularity and has become a popular dish in China. This is available in different forms such as boiled, steam, and pan-fried. You will enjoy different flavours with every variety of Jiaozi.

Conclusion

Melbourne is a city bursting with restaurants, and deciding which ones to try can be hard. However, if you’re looking for delicious Asian cuisine, we’ve got some recommendations for you. From sushi bars to Thai hotspots, we have described the best Asian restaurants in Melbourne. If you’re looking for some of the best Asian cuisines in Melbourne, look no further than these restaurants. From Viva Vietnam to Bao Bei, these establishments offer delicious and unique dishes that will leave you wanting more. So whether you’re in the mood for a takeaway or want to sit down and enjoy a meal with friends, make sure to check out one of the great restaurants we have mentioned.

Q. Why Is Melbourne Known As The Food Capital Of The World?

A. It is well known that Melbourne is the best place where you can find a variety of foods along with quality and variations. The number of eateries available in every corner of Melbourne proves this very well. No one can remain hungry with the wide diversity of foods and dishes. The chef of Melbourne adds an amazing flavor to the dishes that travelers love and appreciate very much. This place has more than 3,500 restaurants that include cuisines from different countries.

Q. What Are The Most Famous Asian Restaurants In Melbourne CBD?

A. Melbourne has a number of good restaurants that serve appetizing dishes. However, if you have a plan to visit Melbourne or living in Melbourne and looking for some awesome places to enjoy then you must try Chin Chin, Hochi Mama, RuYi Modern Chinese, Secret Kitchen Chinatown, Red Spice Road, Flower Drum Restaurant Melbourne, Lucy Liu Kitchen and Bar. These restaurants are known for offering the best dishes along with the best customer service.

Q. What Food Is Melbourne Known For?

A. Lamb Roast, Banh mi, Meat pie, Gozleme, Hot jam doughnut, Pippies in XO, Hot jam doughnut, Pippies in XO, and Capricciosa pizza are some of the cuisines for which the capital city of Australia, Melbourne is known for.

Q. What Are The Restaurants And Cafes Near St Kilda?

A. St Kilda, famous for its cultural and outdoor activities also has several known restaurants and happily fulfills the desires of individuals who are fond of drink and food. With the array of results available we would like to suggest to you some of the famous restaurants that are near St Kilda. Fitzrovia Restaurant & Cafe, Galleon Cafe, Abbey Road Cafe, Two Birds One Stone, Journeyman, and Banff are some of the restaurants that are known for providing user-friendly, and personalized services.

Q. What Are Some Highly Rated Dog-Friendly Restaurants In Melbourne?

A. This is one of the common concerns for individuals who love to take their pets with them for dinner and lunch. Melbourne has a number of pet-friendly restaurants and cafes. Trinity St Kilda, Zymurgy, The Old Garage, Pilgrim Bar, Moon Dog World, The Palace Hotel, and Newmarket Hotel are some of them where you can enjoy delicious food with your best friend.

Q. What Is The National Cuisine Of Australia?

A. Australia is full of individuals who love to eat meat. It is justified by the result that announced Roast lamb as the national capital and the other three runner-up dishes were also meat-based. a total of 6177 votes were voted in support of Roast lamb which made it a national dish.

Q. What Factors Make A Restaurant Successful?

A. There are several things that make any restaurant successful. The ambience, supportive staff and variety of cuisines establish the identity of the restaurants. Also, restaurants should be open to accepting the recommendation and feedback shared by their customers. And Melbourne has a number of restaurants that are well identified and running successfully for the past many years and satisfying the craving of Melbournians.

Q. Name some best buffet restaurants in Melbourne.

A. David’s Master Pot, Straits Cafe, Conservatory, Melba Restaurant, Nirankar Restaurant, Dock 37 Bar and Kitchen are some of the well-known buffet restaurants available in Melbourne that you should give a try.

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