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11 Restaurants in Dandenong, Melbourne

Restaurants in Dandenong, Melbourne

As you'd expect from one of the city's most multicultural suburbs, the restaurants of Melbourne's Dandenong district are an eclectic bunch. Ethiopian and Middle Eastern dishes can both be readily found, and much more besides. With plenty of options it's easy to combine lunch with a visit to the Dandenong Plaza shopping centre and multiplex or to go for a snack after a stroll along the stunning Dandenong Creek. In the meantime, theatre buffs might like to enjoy a meal before taking in a show at The Drum, the local performance art centre.

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Dandenong Pavilion

Dandenong
Australian$$$$
5.3/691
Dandenong Pavilion

Beletti Restaurant Cafe Bar

Dandenong
Italian$$$$
5.5/694
Beletti Restaurant Cafe Bar

SWAT 75

Dandenong
American$$$$
6.0/62
SWAT 75
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Gibe African Restaurant

Dandenong
African$$$$
5.0/67
Gibe African Restaurant

Cardens Seafood & Steakhouse

Dandenong
Steakhouse$$$$
3.3/612
Cardens Seafood & Steakhouse

Chandi Chowk Chaat Corner and Dhaba

Dandenong
Indian$$$$
4.0/67
Chandi Chowk Chaat Corner and Dhaba

Pakwan Indian Restaurant

Dandenong
Indian$$$$
1.0/61
Pakwan Indian Restaurant

Jing Jing Dandenong

Dandenong
Thai$$$$
6.0/63
Jing Jing Dandenong

Kluska Restaurant

Dandenong
Polish$$$$
5.2/637
Kluska Restaurant

Afghan Rahimi

Dandenong
Asian
6.0/61
Afghan Rahimi

Star Entertainment Centre

Dandenong
International
Star Entertainment Centre
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    Looking closer at Dandenong Melbourne's restaurants

    If you like to try cooking from different corners of the globe, you won't be disappointed by Melbourne's Dandenong restaurants. For example, Kluska on Foster Street is one of several Polish eateries where you can feast on borscht, pierogi (dumplings) and goulash in homely traditional surroundings. If Middle Eastern spices are more to your taste, head to Afghan Darbar on Robinson Street for the kabuli palaw, a popular dish of lamb and rice. Alternatively, try one of the local Ethiopian restaurants such as Gibe, where you can tuck into heart-warming stews with African flatbread.