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Victoria Chinese Restaurants

Victoria Chinese restaurants offer a delicious range of Chinese cuisine. Enjoy tasty, authentic Chinese dishes and Asian style dining at a Chinese restaurant in Victoria.

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  • Ants Bistro

    Amid the plethora of Melbourne’s Chinatown restaurants on Little Bourke Street lies Ants Bistro – a simple, hidden-away diner specialising in the warming flavours of Northern Chinese cuisine. The decor is simple but effective, with brightly painted red walls and a huge cascade of paper lanterns dominate a roomful of...

  • Bamboo House

    If you fancy feasting on the distinct flavours of northern China in a discreetly relaxed setting, then Bamboo House restaurant, a Melbourne institution, is for you. The interior is predominantly white and black: tables set with white cloths and paper overlays, dark bentwood chairs, a bold red painting on one...

  • Bok Choy Brighton

    Situated near the shores of Melbourne, Bok Choy Brighton offers fine service for the night out at the beaches. The carefully tailored menu of unique Chinese dishes, and comprehensive wine list will surely satisfy the tastes of those looking for an unforgettable dining experience.…

  • Bokchoy Tang

    One of the best restaurants at Federation Square, but not the easiest to find, the stylish Bokchoy Tang serves contemporary Chinese food with northern influences. It’s a remarkable, modern Chinese restaurant that combines tradition and innovation, even in the decor.…

  • Chi Kitchen

    Centrally located on Little Bourke St in Melbourne's CBD, Chi Kitchen provides interesting Asian fusion fare consisting of flavours and dishes from Thai, Chinese, Japanese and Malaysian culinary tradition. The restaurant is operated by two nutritionists, who are committed to providing quality ingredients and nutritious meals to diners. The modern...

  • 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 Red

    At Melbourne's China Red, an intriguing mix of old and new means that mouth-watering noodles and dumplings and many regional Chinese dishes can be yours at the touch of a luminous screen. Adorned in black and gold, the modern dining room is great for a fun night out and features...

  • 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’s at Koto Moon

    Chin Chin's at Koto Moon sounds more like an entrant in Shanghai's independent film festival than a purveyor of contemporary Asian cuisine, but what awaits you is well-presented food in a sumptuous setting. Friendly staff fronts this union of modern styling and traditional fare including the likes of homemade dim...

  • Choi's

    Choi’s is a prosperous Eastern suburbs favourite serving up terrific Chinese fare in stylish restaurant surrounds that lend an air of glamour to your meal. Well spaced tables dressed in white linen are dotted throughout the restaurant, upon which sit large modern bowls waiting to be filled with steaming morsels...

  • Cina

    In the heart of Armadale's shopping street, Cina restaurant specialises in Asian cooking, with good service and a great drinks list. The menu is extensive and ranges from Cantonese to Northern Chinese with a large Malaysian section as well. The selection of dumplings comes highly recommended and the restaurant's speciality...

  • Co Do Vietnamese Restaurnt

    With nearly 200 dishes on the menu ranging from Vietnamese to Chinese classics, dishes from Richmond's Co Do mostly hail from Vietnam's one-time capital, Hue. The dishes are packed with spice and heat, and there's optional blood and guts for the brave. If offal isn't your thing, go with something...

  • 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...

  • East Empress

    Having gained a fantastic reputation since the restaurant opened more than 20 years ago, East Empress serves fine Chinese cuisine in the heart of Glen Waverley. Split over two levels, this expansive eatery is well-known in the area for its elaborate, yet approachable banquet menus, and also offers a lengthy...

  • Eastern Court Restaurant

    Eastern Court Restaurant prides itself with its exceptional service for seasonal festivities and special events.Christmas is always made special at Eastern Court with a diverse range of both eastern and western delicacies, as well as New Year’s Day, Chinese New Year, Mother’s Day and Father’s Day. The friendly staff aims...

  • East Imperial

    Immerse yourself in Chinese ambience and serenity at East Imperial in Carlton, where the ‘Joy and Togetherness’ of Chinese dining is emphasised. Inside the beautiful dining room, Chinese antiques and embroidery decorate the walls, and banquet-style seating accommodates groups for Yum Cha offered daily alongside a share-menu of multi-regional Chinese...

  • e c pot cafe bar

    Using an age-old technique of Chinese cooking, Melbourne's e c pot cafe and bar is the perfect restaurant for refuelling after a hectic morning of shopping. Displaying obvious Asian influences, the small dining area has a funky feel about it with low hanging lights and dark wooden tables and matching...

  • Flower Drum

    Awarded 3 Chef Hats - The Age Good Food Guide 2014The critics say this is Australia's finest Chinese restaurant. If the three-month wait for a table is any indication, the punters think so too. Flower Drum Restaurant in Melbourne has had a fearsome reputation for over 35 years. The dining...

  • Fu Lu Chinese Cafe

    Fu Lu Chinese Cafe has been a local secret in the heart of Carlton for 26 years. But no longer, I say. Satay chicken for everyone! In an unassuming commercial strip of Rathdown Street, just south of the shiny gleam of North Carlton’s Rathdowne Village, is this little gem of...

  • 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 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...

  • Gold Leaf

    Set in the iconic Docklands, Gold Leaf Restaurant serves authentic Cantonese cuisine a the stunning banquet room, which is luxuriously decorated in woven tapestries and crystal chandeliers. The extensive menu emphasises seafood from the restaurant's freshwater tanks as well as traditional hotpot dishes. The yum cha is a cheap and...

  • Happy Palace Restaurant and Bar

    Overlooking the corner of Bourke and Exhibition Streets, Happy Palace has forever been one of Melbourne’s most popular Chinese restaurants. After recent renovations, this much-loved venue has been given a new lease on life. Don’t worry though, some of the charming 1980s Chinese kingdom still remains. Diners can enjoy a...

  • Hot Space

    With several options that will have your tastebuds sweating, Hot Space lives up to its name. This Carlton restaurant offers fiery Sichuan dishes and steaming hotpots as well as other regional Chinese specialties.…

  • Humble House

    Brighton's Humble House restaurant has plenty to boast about. Set over two levels, the restaurant is decorated in a lively and modern décor and offers a wide choice of Chinese dishes. The friendly and professional waiters can guide diners in choosing dishes and there is also a private dining room...

  • HuTong Dumpling Bar Chinatown

    Down in Melbourne's Market Lane HuTong Dumpling Bar is pumping out delicious morsels at all hours of the day. While the restaurant's younger sister in Windsor is all about Peking duck, the CBD HuTong keeps things simple with dumplings, and its soup-filled specialty ensures diners keep coming back for more....

  • HuTong Peking Duck and Dumpling

    HuTong Dumpling Bar is the Prahran restaurant destination of choice for anybody struck with the desire for top-notch dumplings, some perfectly-cooked Peking duck or an authentic clay pot meal. A younger sister to the CBD stalwart, the modern fitout here is bound to impress your dinner guests well before the...

  • Lau’s Family Kitchen

    The atmosphere at Lau's Family Kitchen restaurant in St Kilda is that of a Chinese tea house - cosy and chatty, with family style Chinese cooking and excellent seafood. Great for a casual mid-week meal or family outing, diners loving stopping by Lau's for its consistency and great-tasting Chinese classics.…...

  • Lee Ho Fook

    OPENING LATE JUNE From Victorian restaurateurs Peter Batholomew and David MacKintosh, who also own Pei Modern and Mo Vida, comes Lee Ho Fook. Taking over the former Boire site, Lee Ho Fook is a neighbourhood restaurant with a regional Chinese focus on the menu. The 50-searter will have Sydney chef...

  • Madame Wu

    Great for groups, Madame Wu’s serves Asian cuisine, family-style from its modern digs in Elwood. Enjoy a myriad of Cantonese and Asian dishes inside the light-filled restaurant, which could include whole steamed fish, lamb korma or Cantonese roast duck. There’s Yum Cha on the weekends and a well-chosen wine list...

  • Mahjong

    St Kilda's Mahjong redefines Asian dining with its ultra-stylish interiors, stunning park view and innovative combination of Yum Cha and classic Cantonese fare. The modern restaurant is divided into two distinct dining areas, spoiling diners for choice with a casual Yum Cha dining area in the front and a more...

  • Mahjong Black

    Bringing sophisticated dining back to Cantonese cuisine, Mahjong Black is nestled into high-end Little Collins Street. The dark restaurant and crystal chandeliers creates a sexy, pleasing atmosphere, transforming Chinese staples into a fine-dining experience.…

  • Man Bo

    Large and welcoming, Man Bo is a long-standing staple to lovers of Cantonese fare in Geelong. Larger groups will be right at home within the opulently decorated restaurant, with plenty of banquet tables for uninterrupted conversations. Order from the extensive a la carte menu or opt for a banquet to...

  • Man Tong Kitchen

    Melbournians seem to have an insatiable appetite for dumplings, so Man Tong Kitchen at the Crown is guaranteed to be busy. The name means ‘full house’ in Chinese, a fitting reflection of the bountiful décor, which uses traditional Chinese wood craftsmanship. Ornate glowing lamps and rich red pintucked leather couch...

  • Mask of China

    A firm favourite in the ever-busy Chinatown, this Chinese eatery specialises in Chiu Chow cuisine and is well worthy of a visit. Chef Yeung Pui Ming dishes up mouth-watering fare at the Mask of China restaurant in Melbourne.…

  • New Panda

    New ownership hasn’t changed an established eastern suburbs Chinese restaurant with daily yum cha or a la carte, and dinner from 5.30pm. New Panda in Doncaster East is one of the area's early successes.…

  • Old Kingdom

    A classic Chinese restaurant, Old Kingdom is a well-established Collingwood favourite in the unlikely position between the funky hairdressers, cafes and random boutiques of Smith Street. Chinese lanterns hang over the banquet tables of this unassuming restaurant, which are complete with lazy Susans and pointed red napkins. The setup is...

  • Oriental Teahouse Chadstone

    Dumpling enthusiasts take note – David Zhou’s mini empire of eateries has expanded to Chadstone Shopping Centre. Take a break from shopping and slip into Oriental Tea House to sample the famous selection of yum-cha dishes and prized dumplings, handmade daily. As tea and yum cha are perfect partners, Oriental...

  • Oriental Tea House, Chapel Street

    A Chapel Street stalwart, at the Oriental Tea House diners enjoy fast and flavourful yum cha while sipping from a selection of hand-blended teas. Old-world grandeur is fused with a modern aesthetic at the original outpost of this famous tea house, where hungry diners enjoy soups, dumplings and vegetables. This...

  • Oriental Tea House, Little Collins Street

    First starting as a small tea shop on Chapel Street in Prahran about 15 years ago, the Oriental Tea House has grown into a reputable Chinese go-to restaurant. This Little Collins Street yum cha destination was opened in 2005 by owner David Zhou, and offers handmade dumplings and dim sum...

  • Pacific Seafood BBQ House

    Pacific Seafood BBQ House is a Richmond institution frequented by hungry diners after cheap and cheerful Chinese dishes and tasty takeaways. The menu combines a surprising mix of classic Chinese dishes with Eurasian café style meals. The restaurant is big and bold, with bright, coloured walls adorned with lunch specials...

  • Pacific Seafood BBQ House - South Yarra

    Pacific Seafood BBQ House is small, with harried waiters, because it’s always crowded with people after great seafood and roast duck at modest prices. This South Yarra restaurant's laminated tables are jammed in together, but no one comes for the decor – or even the service. The reason everyone comes...

  • Plume

    Big is beautiful at Plume, a large and usually crowded Doncaster restaurant where the seafood dishes are outstanding, and the choices of Cantonese cuisine nearly infinite. The kitchen's speciality is traditional slow-cooked soups and broths - the perfect entree on a cool night. Plume, which looks forbiddingly charcoal grey from...

  • Purple Sands

    Located next to the Rivoli cinema complex in Hawthorn East, this smart suburban Chinese restaurant offers classy Cantonese cooking, and service to match. Regulars come back here again and again for the steaming hot yum cha, with the ginger dumplings flying out of the kitchen. This is the place to...

  • Quan 88

    With a myriad of choices available to diners in Richmond's "Little Saigon" restaurant strip, Quan 88 has cemented itself as a standout for diners in search of fresh and fast Vietnamese fare. This bustling little eatery is bursting at the seams with hungry diners each night after the duck pancakes,...

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