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110 Asian Restaurants in Melbourne

Enjoy the quality and variety of Melbourne's Asian restaurants

With a reputation as the foodie capital of Australia, Melbourne has an exciting dining scene where both standards and expectations are incredibly high. Thankfully, the Asian restaurants of Melbourne are more than up to the challenge, delivering food that is fresh, imaginative, and, most of all, delicious. There's such a wonderful range of styles and tastes, with the cuisines of Vietnam, China, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia making up just some of the exotic food to be found in Melbourne's Asian restaurants. You'll find lots of meat, seafood and excellent vegetarian dishes, with flavours ranging from spicy to mild, sweet to sour, and hearty to delicate – so there's always something to enjoy, regardless of your appetite and taste preferences.

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G2 Korean BBQ Melbourne

Melbourne CBD
Korean$$$$
4.8/649
G2 Korean BBQ Melbourne

Chilli Everest Authentic Nepalese

Melbourne CBD
Nepalese$$$$
4.0/62
Chilli Everest Authentic Nepalese

Diesel Bar

Melbourne CBD
Pan Asian$$$$
5.3/64
Diesel Bar
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La Kuaizi

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Pan Asian$$$$
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Red Spice QV

Melbourne CBD
Pan Asian$$$$
4.5/62
Red Spice QV

Burma Lane

Melbourne CBD
Pan Asian$$$$
4.0/62
Burma Lane

Chef Lanka - City

Melbourne CBD
Sri Lankan$$$$
Chef Lanka - City

Vanilla Bean

Melbourne CBD
Pan Asian$$$$
Vanilla Bean

Laksa Bar - CBD

Melbourne CBD
Malaysian$$$$
4.4/68
Laksa Bar - CBD
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Gingerboy

Melbourne CBD
Pan Asian$$$$
Gingerboy

Pondok Rempah

Melbourne CBD
Indonesian
5.0/63
Pondok Rempah

Soolzip

West Melbourne
Pan Asian$$$$
6.0/61
Soolzip
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Confucius Says

Carlton
Pan Asian$$$$
Confucius Says

Sateplus+

West Melbourne
Indonesian$$$$
Sateplus+

Bababoi Kitchen and Bar

Docklands
Malaysian$$$$
4.5/62
Bababoi Kitchen and Bar

Hwatu

Carlton
Korean$$$$
4.1/613
Hwatu

Honey Tang's

Docklands
Pan Asian$$$$
Honey Tang's

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Pan Asian$$$$
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Merchant Society

Docklands
Pan Asian$$$$
5.5/616
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  1. 1.

    Where to find the best Asian restaurants in Melbourne

    The popularity of Melbourne's Asian restaurants means that you're never far from some seriously good food. From the main streets of the CBD, to the laneways and further out to the suburbs, there are excellent Asian restaurants all across Melbourne. Some areas, however, do have a focus on a particular cuisine. For example, the city has a long-established Chinatown, stretching along Little Bourke Street, from Spring Street to Swanston Street and dipping into the arcades and alleyways on either side. Here you'll find some of the best Chinese cooking, such as Peking duck, crispy beef and superb dim sum. If you're after some good Vietnamese, you might try heading to Richmond, which has become something of a destination neighbourhood for Vietnamese restaurants. No matter where you want to go though, you can be sure to count on Quandoo to introduce you to Melbourne's best Asian restaurants!
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    Need help deciding which of Melbourne's Asian restaurants is for you?

    The amount Asian restaurants in Melbourne is huge, so choosing which restaurant to book can be quite a challenge. It's also had to generalise but here are some pointers as to what you can expect from some of the more popular cuisines. Perhaps the best-known dishes in Melbourne's Asian restaurants are those from China. Even here, the range of tastes and styles is just dizzying. You'll find lots of noodles and steamed rice, along with marinated beef and chicken dishes that range from hot and spicy to sweet and sour. Japanese food is also hugely popular. Sushi and sashimi are delicate and fresh, while teriyaki-style cooking adds a little heat. Thai food features lots of spice and fresh ingredients and is often flavoured with peanuts and citrus. There's clearly a lot to choose from, so another idea is to browse the customer reviews on Quandoo and look out for something that matches your own tastes.
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    There are Asian restaurants in Melbourne for every occasion

    Fancy a quick lunchtime bite at a pavement cafe? There are plenty of noodle bars where you can enjoy excellent food, cooked to order and on your table in minutes. How about a long, lazy weekend brunch with friends? Look out for dim sum restaurants where you can while away the morning with some lovely little dumplings and copious cups of tea. If you're looking for somewhere to enjoy a lively dinner with friends, many of Melbourne's Asian restaurants offer great sharing menus, where you can sample lots of dishes in a relaxed and casual atmosphere. The choice is as vast as the continent itself, so the only answer is to book yourself a table here on Quandoo and begin your very own exploration of the wonderful food of Asia.