Centred at the eastern end of Little Bourke Street, Chinatown sits next to the Swanston commercial street in the bustling Melbourne CBD. Chinatown is a one-way street, nearly fully occupied with Chinese restaurants and grocery stores. With Chinese signs everywhere, locals not only come here to enjoy Chinese cuisine, but also to experience Chinese culture and art. During Spring Festivals, Chinatown is extremely lively with all kinds of traditional performances, such as lion dance, dragon lantern show, etc.
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Causeway Inn on The Mall
Address - 146/148 Little Bourke St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
Ambiance/Facilities - Family restaurant serving Chinese foods
Highlights - Delicious Chinese food with affordable price in the heart of Melbourne
Additional Comments - Visited the Chinatown branch multiple times on multiple occasions, they always serves you good food with consistent quality throughout the whole year. The best dish that they serve has to be the Pan Fried Beef and Cheese Dumplings along with their Xiao Long Bao (all variants). For the Beef and Cheese Dumplings, some branches might not have it but the Chinatown branch definitely have it because every time I visit I would always order that. Be sure to ask the waiter for the Fried version of the Beef and Cheese Dumpling because they also have the boiled version. Some of the more authentic Chinese food in town that fits the taste of my whole friends and family. They have several branches throughout the Melbourne CBD, so definitely give it a try if you’re looking for an affordable Chinese food restaurant
Avg. Price per Person - AU$ 20 - 40 (depending on the food ordered)
Rating - 4.5/5
## is Little Bourke Street, especially the bustling area of this street from the east end to the middle.
Chinatown is not a residential area, but a place where Chinese restaurants and shops gather in the heart of Melbourne.
Melbourne Chinatown is about 900 meters long and 6 meters wide, spanning five vertical streets. There are many Chinese restaurants here. We can see bookstores, boutiques, duty-free shops, craft shops and so on, which are Chinese-style, full of oriental flavor.
The history of Melbourne Chinatown began in 1854 and was originally Australia's earliest Chinatown and one of the earliest Chinatowns in the world. However, it seems to be quite popular.
There are a lot of travel agencies here, you can report a group to participate in the day trip to the Great Ocean Road project, but also buy some special products such as .
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