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Asian Fusion Restaurants in Melbourne

 Melbourne's Asian fusion restaurants

If you're a fan of Asian fusion, then Melbourne's restaurants are a real treat. Invigorated by its large Chinese, Vietnamese and Malaysian communities, the city's culinary scene offers Asian flavours in a dizzying range of exciting combinations. So whether you're looking for a succulent grill steeped in far eastern spices or a new twist on classic noodles, use Quandoo to book yourself a table at one of Melbourne's top Asian fusion restaurants.

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Taxiboat

Taxiboat

Northcote
Asian$$$$
5.4/654
Taxiboat
Moo Chi In Fusion

Moo Chi In Fusion

Fitzroy
Asian$$$$
4.9/650
Moo Chi In Fusion
Tenpin Restaurant

Tenpin Restaurant

Port Melbourne
Asian$$$$
5.5/627
Tenpin Restaurant
Taste Divine Restaurant

Taste Divine Restaurant

Malvern East
Asian$$$$
4.0/636
Taste Divine Restaurant
Tho Tho  Bar & Restaurant

Tho Tho Bar & Restaurant

Richmond
Asian$$$$
4.5/616
Tho Tho Bar & Restaurant
Chin Chin's at Koto Moon

Chin Chin's at Koto Moon

Carlton
Asian$$$$
5.7/63
Chin Chin's at Koto Moon
Orient East - Seasons Botanic Hotel Melbourne

Orient East - Seasons Botanic Hotel Melbourne

St Kilda
Asian$$$$
4.6/618
Orient East - Seasons Botanic Hotel Melbourne
Mapo Grill

Mapo Grill

Melbourne CBD
Asian$$$$
5.2/69
Mapo Grill
Aja Restaurant

Aja Restaurant

Albert Park
Asian$$$$
5.3/613
Aja Restaurant
Hooking Bar and Restaurant

Hooking Bar and Restaurant

Kew East
Asian$$$$
6.0/64
Hooking Bar and Restaurant
Chicken N Beer

Chicken N Beer

Richmond
Asian$$$$
5.3/63
Chicken N Beer
Merchant Society

Merchant Society

Docklands
Asian
5.2/69
Merchant Society
Red Spice QV

Red Spice QV

Melbourne CBD
Asian$$$$
6.0/61
Red Spice QV
Ka Chin

Ka Chin

Richmond
Asian$$$$
6.0/62
Ka Chin
Kintaro Japanese Kitchen

Kintaro Japanese Kitchen

Northcote
Asian$$$$
6.0/61
Kintaro Japanese Kitchen
Annam

Annam

Melbourne CBD
Asian$$$$
5.5/62
Annam
Chain Chain Hotpot

Chain Chain Hotpot

Footscray
Asian$$$$
4.8/64
Chain Chain Hotpot
Princess at Elsternwick

Princess at Elsternwick

Caulfield South
Asian$$$$
5.3/64
Princess at Elsternwick
Fusion Hotpot & BBQ

Fusion Hotpot & BBQ

Southbank
Asian$$$$
4.2/66
Fusion Hotpot & BBQ
East Meets West

East Meets West

Fitzroy
Asian$$$$
4.9/67
East Meets West
  1. 1.

    Eclectic Asian fusion restaurants in Melbourne

    There are lots of Asian fusion restaurants in Melbourne with a sophisticated, cosmopolitan outlook. Establishments such as Tenpin on Beach Street in Port Melbourne and Moo Chi on Johnston Street in Fitzroy pride themselves on having menus which are as fresh and modern as their décor. Customers can take their pick from a parade of attractively plated versions of southeast Asian dishes like pork dumplings, Thai fish cakes, papaya salad, egg fried rice and pad Thai. And as if that weren't enough, these venues usually offer an eye-catching selection of house cocktails too.
  2. 2.

    Asian fusion restaurants in Melbourne with an Aussie accent

    Another theme of Melbourne's restaurants is Asian fusion mixed with modern Australian cuisine. The key is to make the most of locally sourced ingredients, just as the Vault on Nelson Place, Williamstown, does with its prawn cocktail, spicy calamari, smoked duck and barramundi in tempura batter. Then there are eateries like Anh's Kitchen in Maidstone, which fuses Australian and Vietnamese dishes to deliver a wide selection of tangy Asian-style salads and spicy light bites. Just browse Quandoo to discover more restaurants in Melbourne bringing an Asian flavour to Aussie favourites.
  3. 3.

    Other Asian fusion restaurants in Melbourne

    In addition, a number of Asian fusion restaurants in Melbourne combine two or more styles of regional cooking. For example, Fusion Hotpot and BBQ on City Road in Southbank opts for a Chinese and Korean blend. You can sample a choice of egg, udon and potato noodles and grills of ox tongue, salmon and beef, alongside filling broths and refreshing dessert soups. Meanwhile, Japanese and Malaysian recipes are at the heart of 888 Sakura on Brunswick Street in Fitzroy. Here you can mix and match traditional Japanese starters like miso soup with popular Malaysian mains such as sweet and sour pork.