Reviews on Asian food in Middle Park, Port Phillip, Victoria including Lau's Family Kitchen, Peko Peko, Atta Restaurant, Amok, Rice Paper Sister, David’s Spicy Pot, Red Spice Road, Delhi Streets Indian Street Food, Hochi Mama, Chocolate Buddha
4 based on 658 reviews
CHOCOLATE BUDDHA has REOPENED with an AMAZING NEW Refurbishment. Right in the heart of Federation Square with some of Melbourne's most impressive views, Chocolate Buddha is a Japanese casual dining experience. The menu consists of sushi, sharing dishes, R
Watching Grand Final at Chocolate Buddha Fed Square eating beautiful food. Sitting in the shade so itâs a bit chilly, the next thing we know the wait staff come out with lovely cosy blankets for us. Doesnât get better than that. Beautiful food wine and blankies!
4 based on 1212 reviews
Located in an iconic Melbourne laneway, Hochi Mama is a fun and relaxed restaurant/bar serving up modern Vietnamese-inspired street food. Expect interesting interpretations of traditional classics, as well as more contemporary Asian Fusion menu items. In
Exceptional food and staff...could not fault this restaurant. Great value with their $65 deal for two people with meals that kept all the taste buds firing. Would highly recommend if you are doing a night out at the theatre or even just a nice dinner out.
4 based on 222 reviews
It's not just food at Delhi Streets, it's a spectacle as well. With the authentic flavours of Indian street food and the vibrant energy of the markets, Delhi Streets brings a new delicious dining experience, sure to surprise and excite the senses. In Indi
Amazing, amazing, amazing! If you like Indian food, then Delhi Streets is a great find. Yes, the place is small and you could feel âsqueezedâ in, but the food was amazing, the service was first-class and likewise the atmosphere. We had friends visiting from the UK who are genuine experts in Indian food and said it was amongst the best theyâve had! We booked online and recommend you do so unless youâre prepared to wait in a line. Pick a cooler day to go as the aircon struggles but we hope that in all other areas they donât change a thing.
4 based on 1568 reviews
TEMPORARILY CLOSED - For over 12 years, Red Spice Road has been dedicated to serving you the best food Asia offers, in a buzzing and energetic communal dining environment. And youâve been loving it, repeatedly naming Red Spice Road as home to Melbourneâs
We booked for dinner on a Thursday evening. Service was very good. The menu is designed for sharing so we could sample a variety of dishes of different portion sizes. We ordered nine items to share among 5 persons, with rice. Our top pick was the pork belly, that was delicious, will pass on the vegetarian curry with (canned?) jackfruit, not enough snapper in the stir fried snapper dish and watch out for spiciness in the curries. Everything else (don't remember exactly what else there was) was fine. We selected all four desserts and decided that the cheesecake ranked supreme, a little disappointed with the peanut butter ferrero rocher which was very dense. Very good coffee. It was a noisy venue, so conversation levels were raised. Hoping the new venue will be better equipped (re noise level) to accommodate a full house. Top score for service, a bit of a hit and miss with the meals, nevertheless we did enjoy our evening.Hi Superwoman888Thank you for your review and feedback.We are sorry to hear that you enjoyed the food as much as we would have liked you too.Please see we don't use canned jackfruit, we have passed on your comments to our kitchen team about the portion of snapper.We hope to see you soon at our new venue.RegardsVarun Sharma, Restaurant Manager
At Davidâs Spicy Pot, you can enjoy more including Sichuan âMao Caiâ (either in spicy or non-spicy) as well as quite a few authentic Sichuan street foods. In order to bring you the most authentic Sichuan flavour, we prepare the âMao Caiâ soup base by adop
I have to say this place was a total waste of my time and money.The place is OK, the food is totally forgettable.Four of us had lunch here and we all left with one question, who would ever want to come back here ?Spicy 2 minute noodle soup like experience, but it was a weak effort at that.I also disliked the fact that we ordered Spring rolls but you do not get as many as the photos show it.I also had to ask for rice multiple times, so OK they can not cook but the service was also lacking.You can do so much better if you are in the area, move on nothing to see here.
4 based on 217 reviews
Located at 15 Hardware Lane, just off Bourke St in the CBD, Rice Paper Sister offers the same fresh, organically sourced ingredients and inviting atmosphere as Rice Paper Scissors, with a "finer" dining experience.
Lovely casual Asian dining with excellent friendly service. We had the chef's menu which effectively contained all the dishes recommended by our waiter. It was wonderful and contained some counter intuitive selections we would not ordinarily make; Asian potato salad as a main?Will definitely return.
4 based on 98 reviews
Nestled in Windsor, Melbourne, amok is chef Woody Chet's vision where he is bringing experience from Coda and Tonka to share his modern interpretation of his homeland's culinary flavours with locals. His Cambodian inspired dinner menu weaves in delicate y
Really interesting food in a small setting . A good range of small, medium and large dishes. Our favourites were fish amok; scotch fillet and the spiced cauliflower side. Very reasonably priced wine list from small wineries. Strongly recommend. Also consider the chefâs tasting menu.
4 based on 88 reviews
Never eat so delicious food and more over Indian food from ontrai (starter) mouth watering mainly the duck so fine melt in mouth like fish cooked prawns Service boy told everything what they putting the spice main course daal Bukhara mutton Roshan josh naan and chapatis great experience
4 based on 199 reviews
This little cafe has some very good food and lots of great healthy options. It also does not use MSG which is important. The flavours are tasty and I've enjoyed dishes like the soft shell crab with brown rice and vegetable dishes. The restaurant could look better and can be noisy. Last time we were there we asked for the music to be turned down.Overall though the food and service are very good.
4 based on 357 reviews
A small, atmospheric restaurant serving top quality food. One can leave here with an expensive Bill, however in our group of 8 we ordered two Entrees to share, four Mains to share with a large bowl of special rice plus a large bowl of vegetables and nothing more was needed....apart from a delightful Alto Aldige white from the north of Italy and a Paringa Peninsula pinot. My companion thought that the Bill was reasonable for such fine dining.
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