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Starting from humble beginnings with a vision of bringing quality Cantonese food to the people of Melbourne, Flower Drum in the central business district has now blossomed into a prestigious restaurant, becoming something of a local institution. Winning several awards, this place is a favourite of even the most discerning of Melbourne’s food critics. You’ll find Flower Drum located on busy Market Lane – booking a table at this iconic city centre fine dining restaurant in advance is absolutely essential.
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A truly wonderful experience. Par excellence in every way-food, service and atmosphere.
I might be bias, but for all round dining experience, Food, Drink and service, I think this place is the Best Restaurant in Australia. Food is beautifully cooked, the drinks lists caters for all, and the service is simply 11/10.
A large restaurant that feels intimate because of the decor, the space between tables, the quiet (no music! thank goodness) and above all the impeccable service. Superb food and wine list. There's no other restaurant as good as this. The cost is immaterial for such an experience.
Often hailed as Australia's best Chinese restaurant, since opening its doors forty years ago Flower Drum in Melbourne’s CBD has accumulated itself a loyal fanbase, picking up a whole host of awards along the way. The decor here is simple yet grand, with red carpets and ornate flower arrangements creating a sense of understated glamour, but it’s the food on offer at Flower Drum that really steals the spotlight. Led by esteemed chef Anthony Lui in the kitchen, the kitchen at this internationally acclaimed Melbourne restaurant serves Cantonese classics with a gourmet touch.
You could begin your meal at Flower Drum in the CBD with some dim sum, like the famous seafood soup dumpling, or an appetizer like the jade tiger abalone crispy noodles before moving on to the main affair like Flower Drum’s signature dish, the Peking duck (roast duck wrapped in a pancake with cucumber, spring onion and plum sauce). Widely regarded as one of the country’s top restaurants, a trip to Flower Drum in the city centre is a must for Chinese-cuisine loving foodies. To snag a table at this beloved Melbourne institution on Market Lane, making a reservation beforehand is necessary.
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