When it’s time kick up your heels and grab the microphone that you’ve been dreaming about all week, there’s only one place to do it – Partyworld Karaoke, of course! With an idyllic location in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD on La Trobe Street, this karaoke bar and restaurant not only boasts all your favourites classics (so you can belt out Shania to your heart’s content!), but also has a range of Asian-style dishes so you can feast, drink and sing all through the night. This is without a doubt one of Melbourne’s best nightlife spots, so book yourself a booth and get those pipes ready for action.
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It was a great night but service was a little slow.
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Limited song choice and food was very ordinary but we had fun anyway
Whether you strut your stuff to Lady Gaga, Beyonce, ABBA or Queen’s iconic Bohemian Rhapsody, Partyworld Karaoke in Melbourne’s CBD is the place to let your inner Cher shine. This much-loved brand is famous throughout Hong Kong and Taiwan and is home to an incredible bar with expert mixologists ready to serve your tipple of choice to help the nerves. They also have an extensive menu that is brimming with Asian dishes that will have you feeling confident, full and ready to keep the party vibes flowing.
In terms of the menu at Melbourne’s Partyworld Karaoke, you should keep an eye out for specialty dishes like agedashi tofu, salt and pepper chicken popcorn and pan-fried whole squid. There’s also plenty of dim sum selections such as steamed scallop dumplings, as well as stir-fried prawn, calamari and cauliflower on rice, while the pork udon noodles go down a treat in between drinks and songs. So whether you’re visiting Partyworld Karaoke on Melbourne’s La Trobe Street for afterwork drinks, a farewell or simply for a bit of fun, this bar is the ideal choice. Be sure to reserve, though, as this Melbourne CBD hotspot is one of the most popular spots in town!
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