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35 Restaurants in Melbourne CBD: Chinese

Enjoy a top meal at Chinese restaurants in Melbourne's CBD

Often named one of the most desirable cities in the world to live, it's easy to see why Melbourne deserves its reputation. With magnificent concert halls, beautiful parks and a strong commercial centre, Melbourne is also a favourite among Australians. More than a century of immigration has given the city a truly cosmopolitan feel – a fact demonstrated best by the thriving international cuisines you’ll notice when you stroll through the city's main streets. Over in the Melbourne CBD, Chinese restaurants in Chinatown often buzz with activity day and night, so whether you're in search of the perfect noodle or rice dish or are looking to broaden your horizons by trying something you've never had before, you're in luck.

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Mao Please

Melbourne CBD
Chinese$$$$
5.4/628
Mao Please

Tea House at China Town

Melbourne CBD
Chinese$$$$
5.4/627
Tea House at China Town

No.1 Delicious Restaurant

Melbourne CBD
Chinese$$$$
5.7/63
No.1 Delicious Restaurant
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New Kum Den BBQ Restaurant

Melbourne CBD
Chinese$$$$
4.3/611
New Kum Den BBQ Restaurant

Northeast China Family

Melbourne CBD
Chinese$$$$
4.1/616
Northeast China Family

China Chilli - Chinatown

Melbourne CBD
Chinese$$$$
3.3/68
China Chilli - Chinatown

Ta-Ta House

Melbourne CBD
Chinese$$$$
3.9/614
Ta-Ta House

Dolan Uyghur Food Heaven - Halal Restaurant

Melbourne CBD
Chinese$$$$
2.7/63
Dolan Uyghur Food Heaven - Halal Restaurant

Crazy Wings

Melbourne CBD
Chinese$$$$
3.3/63
Crazy Wings
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Dahu Peking Duck Restaurant

Melbourne CBD
Chinese$$$$
5.0/62
Dahu Peking Duck Restaurant

The Crane Restaurant

Melbourne CBD
Chinese$$$$
The Crane Restaurant
New

Da Hu The Great Tiger Traditional Hot Pot

Melbourne CBD
Chinese$$$$
Da Hu The Great Tiger Traditional Hot Pot

Grandma's Dumpling

Melbourne CBD
Chinese$$$$
Grandma's Dumpling
New

Red China BBQ Bar

Melbourne CBD
Chinese$$$$
Red China BBQ Bar

Dumplings Plus - Emporium

Melbourne CBD
Chinese$$$$
4.0/611
Dumplings Plus - Emporium

David's Hotpot

Melbourne CBD
Chinese$$$$
4.8/661
David's Hotpot

House of Delight

Melbourne CBD
Chinese$$$$
5.4/68
House of Delight

Sung's Kitchen

Melbourne CBD
Chinese$$$$
4.9/616
Sung's Kitchen

Bamboo House

Melbourne CBD
Chinese$$$$
5.4/6233
Bamboo House
New

Spicy Fish Restaurant

Melbourne CBD
Chinese$$$$
6.0/61
Spicy Fish Restaurant
  1. 1.

    See history in action at Chinese restaurants in Melbourne's CBD

    Visiting the Chinese restaurants in Melbourne's CBD isn't just a trip out for dinner; it's also a golden opportunity to see a slice of the city's rich history. Chinatown here was founded as a stopping point during the Gold Rush of the 1850s, when many people from China moved to Australia to seek work and prosperity. While there may no longer be much gold left to mine in Victoria, the Chinese restaurants in Melbourne's CBD show just how important the legacy of China has been for the city. These days, dishes ranging from much-loved Western favourites like sweet and sour pork can be picked up here, as can regional specialities such as Cantonese dim sum and spicy Sichuan hot pot.
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    Visit Chinatown to discover the best of Chinese restaurants in the Melbourne CBD

    Perhaps you're staying in an excellent, world-class hotel located in the city centre, or maybe you're working in one of the many office blocks that grace the city's famous skyline. No matter your reason for being in Chinatown, you’ve simply got to treat yourself to some of the Melbourne CBD’s best Chinese restaurants once you’re there. Discover a wide range of Chinese cooking styles at places like Mao Please on Little Bourke Street, recognised for its Cantonese, Hunan and Sichuan delicacies, or sample other restaurants that specialise in the lesser-known cuisines of Anhui and Fujian.
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    Take colleagues out for lunch at Chinese restaurants in Melbourne's CBD

    Numerous business deals take place each day in Melbourne's CBD – and its Chinese restaurants, too, are the perfect spots to take colleagues and clients you need to impress.