Five Restaurants in Melbourne you must visit.
176 Lygon Street Carlton
Want to spice up you life? Try authentic Thai cuisine at Lemongrass. Apart from Tom Yum Kung or Pad Thai, try the original Thai cuisine like Choo Chee Scampis – Fried Six halves of Scampis with Choo Chee Curry sauce ($34.50) or Gaeng Panang Ped –(Grilled tender Duck breast fillet in a peanut-flavoured delicate curry sauce)
or other selected signature traditional Thai dishes. Menu features exquisitely prepared and presented dishes representative of Royal Thai Cuisine. Main dishes from A$20.
34 Courtney Street, North Melbourne.
Renowned as one of the best Japanese restaurants in Australia, the restaurant is famous for Tempura and Sushi. Menus of the day are also worth to try. BYO. Main dishes from A$25.
Flower Dum (Chinese)
17 Market Lane
Some people say it is the best Chinese restaurant (Cantonese) in Australia. The a la cated is cooked from very fresh ingredients which gives this restaurant broad appeal in the Chinese community. Peking duck, the fish, seafood dishes and the roast pigeon are to die for. And do not ignore the wonderful dumplings. Main dishes from A$30.
11-25 Crossley Street
Authentic Italian Cuisine from original. The extensive menu offers a wide range of superb Italian. Waiters are smart and courteous. Spaghettini with Lobster, Garlic, Chilli
and Fresh Tomato is to die for. Main dishes from A$25 -30.
Chine on Paramount (Chinese)
Shops 9-10, Paramount Centre, 108 Bourke Street
Consistency is strength of Chine on Paramount. The menu’s mostly Cantonese. Everything is fresh and tasty. Signature dishes of the restaurant that are worth trying including Peking Duck and fried rice. Located in the heart of Chinatown. Main dishes from A$14. Vegetarian options available.