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Victoria Asian Fusion Restaurants

Victoria Asian Fusion restaurants offer a delicious range of Asian cuisine. Enjoy tasty, authentic Asian dishes such as Thai, Chinese, Japanese, Mongolian and Vietnamese at an Asian restaurant in Victoria. more

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  • Abla’s

    Located in Carlton, Abla's is one of the best places in Melbourne for classic Lebanese food. The restaurant has been feeding home made kibbeh, tabbouli and grilled meats to Melbournites since the 1970s. The dining room is simple, with photos of old Lebanon on the walls and wine-coloured seats tucked...

  • Agraba

    Vinyl is making a comeback, and if you have a good collection on hand, you may just get to play it while you eat and drink at North Melbourne’s Agraba. This Errol Street bar is serving up smart drinks with traditional Lebanese mezze in comfortable surrounds. Moodily lit with candles...

  • Aja

    Aja’s great design and use of colour, coupled with a user-friendly menu drawing on China, Japan, Vietnam and Malaysia, results in a top dining restaurant in Albert Park. The restaurant is dark, with timber floors, bare timber tables and dark walls lit by a series of red lights. There are...

  • Bo De Trai

    Bo De Trai (the lake where Buddha sat) is run by Buddhists from the local temple and offers vegetarian food, specialising in imitation meats.Whether you’re looking for the intriguing experience of faux meat, just pho or simply fresh vegetarian fare, Bo De Trai, a Buddhist-run restaurant in Footscray, satisfies on...

  • Bopha Devi Docklands

    Bopha Devi in Docklands is the glamorous sister to chef and owner Chan Uoy's popular Yarraville original. The first Cambodian restaurants to open on Melbourne soil, Bopha Devi has established a reputation for delivering a unique dining experience, with a menu inspired by South East Asian cuisine. Dine inside or...

  • Bopha Devi Yarraville

    Small on space but big on everything else, this simple Yarraville eating place offers a wide range of Cambodian dishes, is fully licensed and makes good coffee too. The brightly coloured exterior of Bopha Devi restaurant opens into a small space with a couple of tiny tables and chairs, and...

  • BrownKorte's Restaurant on Evelyn County Estate

    Nestled in the picturesque Evelyn County Estate, BrownKorte’s Restaurant is a mecca for foodies, just 35 minutes from Melbourne. Run by award-winning chefs Martin de Korte and Gordon Brown, BrownKorte’s menu takes its inspiration from the bushland surrounding the restaurant. The culinary collaboration sees big international flavours on the menu...

  • Burmese Kitchen

    Representing the lesser-known Myanmar (Burmese) cuisine, North Fitzroy’s Burmese Kitchen restaurant offers tasty unique yet authentic dishes at pocket-friendly prices. Burma’s Buddhist influences mean vegetarians are well catered for at Burmese Kitchen, as are the lazy locals who can have the dishes delivered to their home for an extra $2.…...

  • Byblos Bar and Restaurant

    Combining imaginative Mediterranean cuisine with lavish hospitality, a world-class drink selection and luxurious surrounds, Byblos Bar and Restaurant offers some of Melbourne's best waterside dining experiences. A unique, modern Mediterranean-meets-Lebanese menu promises to be a feast for the eyes as well as the palate, while the stylish outdoor courtyard is...

  • Cafe Najla

    Cafe Najla began as a small Brunswick Street cafe in 1986 but has since evolved into a unique restaurant now situated in lovely Northcote. Owner and head chef Najla Atmaja’s menu is a fascinating melting pot of dishes with Lebanese, Moroccan and Syrian influences.…

  • Cafe PERRI

    Bringing tapas and cocktails to Northcote locals, Cafe Perri is the brainchild of Joe Perri, former fruit and vegetable wholesaler. Taking over the site of Next Door Diner on St Georges Road, Cafe Perri is a true fusion food experience. European, Australian and Asian techniques and flavours work together to...

  • Chillipadi

    There's so much on offer at this funky modern Asian eatery in the city's Melbourne Central that you'd be mad not to give it a go. Open till late, Chillipadi is one of Melbourne's best spots for a spicy late-night snack. Dishes span classic favourites from a range of Asian...

  • Chillipadi Watergardens

    Chillipadi is located in Taylors Lakes, around 20 minutes north-west of Melbourne CBD. The kitchen presents an enormous menu of Pan Asian cuisine including Chinese, Singaporean, Japanese, Thai, Malaysian, Indonesian and Indian dishes. The restaurant allows you to choose your dining style - casual at the sushi bar or more...

  • China Bar

    China Bar, on Exhibition Street, is Melbourne’s largest Asian buffet restaurant. With a team of chefs from all over Asia, including China, Vietnam, Malaysia and Hong Kong, the restaurant offers everything from sushi and sashimi to yum cha, peking duck, noodles and traditional Asian soups. Such wide variety makes this...

  • China Max

    Boasting the combined talent of William Lee and Paul Chan, who have both had experience managing five star restaurants internationally, before settling in North Essendon to open China Max; Melbourne's answer to fine Chinese cuisine. Serving an extensive menu of crowd-pleasing Chinese favourites, China Max is famed for its peking...

  • China Sea Milton

    One of the best Chinese restaurants in Brisbane, China Sea Milton brings to the fore traditional Cantonese and Szechuan cuisine. One of its attractions is the fresh seafood on offer in the restaurant’s fish tank. Diners can choose from fresh crab, fish or lobster and have them cooked to order.…...

  • Chin Chin

    This perpetually packed restaurant on Flinders Lane serves fast paced, street-inspired Asian cuisine. The adventurous menu, under the guidance of executive chef Benjamin Cooper, has been designed with the hawker dining halls of Bangkok in mind, featuring shared plates great for communal dining. While the menu takes guidance from South...

  • Chinta Blues

    Cute and cosy, Chinta Blues offers exceptional Malaysian fare in St Kilda. Simply decorated with wooden shutters that are reminiscent of colonised Asia, the hawker-style diner creates simple, rustic dishes that pack a punch. They won’t mind if you stay a little longer than you should though – there’s blues...

  • Chocolate Buddha

    Grab a spot at Federation Square's Chocolate Buddha to experience a unique, Japanese-inspired, communal dining experience. Dishing out traditional Japanese fare, patrons can expect the likes of ramen, donburi, sushi, and zensai, complimented by a refined selection of sake, wine and local brews. Chocolate Buddha has a special sharing menu...

  • Choo Choo’s at The Toff in Town

    Choo Choo’s at The Toff in Town provides discerning diners and theatre-goers with everything they could hope for in a night out. The dedicated performance space has played host to a range of musical, comedy, theatre and dance acts over the years. The restaurant serves a unique Thai fusion menu...

  • Claremont Tonic

    It may be the masterwork of a 22 year-old but Claremont Tonic has hit the Melbourne dining scene by storm. The fit out has been designed by none other than Hecker Guthrie (of Millswyn fame) and the kitchen and cocktail bar is Asian-inspired. Suave and sophisticated, Claremont Tonic is a...

  • Coda Restaurant and Bar

    Awarded One Chef Hat -The Age Good Food Guide 2012-2014Nestled inside Melbourne's new culinary epicentre on Flinders Lane, Coda exudes an effortlessly cool energy. Offering relaxed dining in a converted warehouse space, guests can tuck into a diverse menu of Asian-inspired share plates and French classics. Despite its popularity, Coda...

  • Colonel Tan's

    Colonel Tan’s takes its tasty Thai food up a level (quite literally); the restaurant serves diners well into the night in the lofty surrounds of Prahran’s Revolver nightclub.Named for the club’s co-owner, Thai music star Tan Punturaumporn, this dining space has a clubby ambience lent by its location deep within...

  • Cumin Thai

    Cumin Thai is set in Kooyong, about 15 minutes from the CBD, and is very much a favourite neighbourhood restaurant. The dining room is simply and neatly decorated, with Thai art placed around the room. The menu spans your typical Thai curries, soups and stir fries, but all are flavoursome,...

  • Dainty Sichuan

    Frequented by a loyal army of Melbourne’s chilli fanatics, South Yarra’s Dainty Sichuan is a deceptive name for a restaurant that packs such a punch. The decor of this popular place remains keenly utilitarian, punctuated by ornate light fittings and the occasional Chinese ornament, which help liven the blandness of...

  • Dainty Sichuan Food - Chinatown

    In downtown Chinatown, there’s not much that can be described as dainty at Dainty Sichuan Food. With the success of its original restaurant in South Yarra, this inner-city location delivers fragrant and spicy Chinese dishes to CBD workers and tourists alike. Located on the top floor of a shiny arcade...

  • David's Country Shanghai

    Awarded One Chef Hat - The Age Good Food Guide 2012Part herbal remedy, part authentic Shanghai fare, Prahran Chinese eatery David's is good for mind, body and soul. Chef Yong Feng has worked closely with David Zhou to create a restaurant menu that combines herbs with authentic Chinese Cooking.To read...

  • Easy Tiger

    Awarded One Chef Hat - The Age Good Food Guide 2013 - 2014There’s the Thai joint around the corner that’s great for a mid-week lazy dinner and then there is Thai that simply wows you. Easy Tiger is most definitely the latter. Their ingredients scream ‘freshness’, the service is sharp...

  • Eat Drink Bento

    Premised on the movie Eat Drink Man Woman, this Hardware Lane favourite is an Asian eatery with a modern twist. Eat Drink Bento in Melbourne is one of the CBD's very popular restaurants.The decor is funky and fresh with a very modern approach, and the ambience is refreshingly relaxed with...

  • Eden Restaurant

    Located in the historic Pentridge Village just off Sydney Road, Eden Restaurant serves an exotic array of Lebanese cuisine. The unique and wide-ranging banquet menus are ideal for group dining and a la carte options are available if you prefer your own plate. The service is buoyant and offers a...

  • Franco Choo's

    This hole-in-the-wall hideout is a dining gem in Prahran's restaurant scene, with a tiny dining room inspired by an Italian trattoria. Franco Choo's offers a unique cuisine with strong Asian and Italian influences. The weekly changing menu offers two entrees, two mains and two desserts, matched with Victorian wines, all...

  • Gingerboy

    Awarded 1 Chef’s Hat - The Age Good Food Guide 2008-2011 - Gingerboy is Teage Ezard exploring his love of Asian flavours, and managing to turn hawker-food into elegant morsels in a witty setting reminiscent of night markets. This Melbourne restaurant is a small space with an adjoining bar that...

  • Golden Dragon Palace

    There’s no question of the cuisine at Golden Dragon Palace, as the restaurant is set within a traditional Chinese building. Guests are greeted by a wooden dragon; a motif that continues throughout the restaurant. The food is traditional Chinese, as expected, though the genuine care and love that has been...

  • Golden Fields

    Awarded Best New Restaurant - The Age Good Food Guide 2012-2014Golden Fields’ latest menu has taken a trip to China and back again to feature a unique culinary interpretation of the cuisine. Inspired by his time in Shanghai, Andrew McConnell and co-head chef Todd Moses offer refreshed Asian flavours with...

  • Golden Monkey

    With awards for interior design, food and drink, Golden Monkey bar and Asian tapas restaurant is a destination venue in the Melbourne CBD. The Asian tapas cocktail list is a blend of Chinese yum cha favourites and Japanese izikaya snacks that are versatile enough to complement after-work drinks or become...

  • Golden Orchids

    In the heart of Chinatown, Melbourne’s Golden Orchids restaurant has been serving fine Chinese and Malaysian cuisine since 1973. The restaurants simple interior is decorated in pops of red and gold, letting the food speak for itself, with a menu that lists Malaysian and Chinese dishes separately, and there’s plenty...

  • Gurkhas Brasserie

    Gurkhas Brasserie is one of the first Nepalese restaurants in Melbourne. When They first opened in 1995 in famous Chapel Street in Melbourne, it had one main purpose to serve Australian public an authentic taste of Himalayan kingdom of Nepal. They are now one of the most famous Nepalese restaurants...

  • Gurkhas Brunswick

    An inner-north institution, Brunswick's Ghurkas has been serving palate tingling Nepalese fare for longer than it may like to admit. While the clientèle has changed over the years thanks to Sydney Road's hipster revolution, the food certainly hasn't, with an extensive menu that ranges from vegetarian curry to platters of...

  • Gurkhas Carlton

    Located on Melbourne's busiest food strip, Lygon St, Gurkhas Carlton is a casual Nepalese restaurant that has been open for over a decade. The menu has a few Indian and Thai flavours thrown into the mix and vegetarians and meat lovers are equally well catered for. The house specialties include...

  • Gurkhas Express

    Serving palate tingling Nepalese food from its super-central CBD location, Gurkhas Express is right on the money for fresh food, fast. Offering an authentic smattering of Nepalese curries, naans and momo, diners will be spoilt for choice in more ways than one - as Gurkhas has four other outposts all...

  • Gurkhas Kitchen

    Serving palate tingling Nepalese food, Gurkhas Kitchen caters for all occasions. Whether it’s a birthday party or a corporate function, the restaurant is well equipped to meet customer needs. Gurkhas Kitchen’s purpose is to serve an authentic taste of Himalayan kingdom of Nepal to Australian public.…

  • Himalayan Sherpa

    Combining the serenity of the mountains with the warmth and delicacy of a rich Nepalese cuisine, Himalayan Sherpa is a place for fun, laughter, family and friends. Furthermore, it is also a place for a an authentic cultural meal, blended in home-made herbs and spices that suit the flavour of...

  • Himchuli

    Serving diners the authentic tastes of Indian and Nepalese cooking, Himchulirestaurant is a small gem in Brighton. Within the charming restaurant, an extensive menu covers dishes from both the northern and southern regions of India, as well as cuisines from the Himalayan Mountains and Nepal. Try Himchuli’s famous butter chicken...

  • Hoi’s Kitchen

    Serving up some of Melbourne's best dim sum, Hoi's Kitchen offers value for money Asian cuisine from its comfortable, family-friendly dining room. Centrally located in Camberwell junction, and rightly so, you'll need a lifetime to get through Hoi's lengthy menu of meat, seafood, Peking duck and noodles available to eat-in...

  • Imperial Rhino

    The Imperial Rhino is a funky relaxed Cafe/Restaurant. Whether you're staying in Torquay or starting the Great Ocean Road drive - Imperial Rhino is a great place for a fantastic breakfast, light lunch or delicious dinner that will dazzle your taste buds. With a blend of modern Australian favourites and...

  • Kangaroo Hotel

    The Kangaroo Hotel is the only Kangaroo Hotel In Australia! They are an authentic country pub focused on great food showcasing regional produce including fantastic wines and a large selection of Victorian craft beers. The kitchen is lead by Head Chef Luke Hards (ex Stokehouse) and Sous Chef Shannon Bradley...

  • KanZaman

    Fine Middle Eastern cuisine is what you can expect from Kanzaman in Richmond. Step inside the opulent dining room, decorated in Arabian Nights murals and throw pillows, and discover another side to Middle Eastern fare beyond the requisite dips and flatbread. Opt for the banquet and experience some hidden gems...

  • Killiney Kopitiam

    Named after its original location in Killiney Road in Singapore, Killiney Kopitiam, now on Bourke Street, has been serving hearty Singaporean fare across continents since 1919. The staff really live out the Singaporean “service with a smile” thing and clientele find it easy to smile back because the food is...

  • Kobe Jones - Melbourne

    In its stunning location at North Wharf, Kobe Jones offers modern Japanese dishes with an Australian twist. Chic and innovative, this venue is the perfect setting for intimate dining experiences and sampling new styles of fusion cuisine. Choose to dine Teppanyaki style or have a quiet meal away from the...

  • Kuni’s

    Centrally located near parliament, Kuni’s has been serving traditional Japanese cuisine for over twenty years. This restaurant is decorated in a vintage-oriental theme and features both a sushi bar and formal dining area. Don’t let the décor fool you, the food is consistently great, service attentive and one of the...

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