Reviews on Asian food in Elwood, Port Phillip, Victoria. Elwood is an inner suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 8 km south of Melbourne's Central Business District. Its local government area is the City of Port Phillip. At the 2011 Census, Elwood had a population of 14,638.
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4 based on 28 reviews
We are big fans of Quinni. The food is of the highest standard using the freshest ingredients and produce and presented like a high end restaurant without the price tag.The service is also exceptional. The ownerTakes huge pride in his restaurant and treats you like you are his special guests when you are there.A great night out in Elwood.
4 based on 162 reviews
Great local restaurant.We have been there a multiple time. Once with kids, and three other times with friends.Food was great, except for one time, when we ordered Salt & the Pepper Squid Salad. Squid wasn't good, it has a smell.We return it, but they didn't offer us anything else and charged us for it...We will definitely will go there again, but no squid for us next time :)
4 based on 177 reviews
Great little restaurant that has been an institution in Brighton for years. Never has the standard dropped with food or service. Has a function room upstairs that is perfect for small medium parties etc. Their lunch special is excellent value and delicious. Can’t go wrong here.
4 based on 250 reviews
This is a noisy, large, two-tiered restaurant that has a beer hall atmosphere. The tables are very close to each other so that you can hear everything your neighbors are talking about. Hearing each other may be more difficult ...The food is standard sushi and sashimi as well as some hot dishes. The service was slow. The Edamame which we expected to come first came last. We had the tuna, chef's roll and grilled salmon which all tasted good. The beer was poor. We went there because it was close to the penguin colony. But better to look elsewhere.
4 based on 362 reviews
Such amazing food, especially the watermelon martini and the salmon tacos. The corn ball special also really good. Quick good and fantastic service the waiters/ waitress all really friendly. A little loud but a younger vibe. Pricey but not too ridiculous and worth the amazingness of the food. Can’t wait to return!
4 based on 140 reviews
We had an early dinner before the Palais theatre and the service was friendly and timely. We were greeted at the door and attended to regularly for drinks and extra little touches. The atmosphere is intimate and welcoming with lovely lighting. The food was delicious, hot, fresh, flavoursome and generous. Was more than what we expected in both quantity and flavour. So glad we read the reviews on this place before we booked. It really was a highlight of our stay in St Kilda! Highly recommend! P.S. there were so many people collecting takeaway and just as many takeaways being delivered. A very positive indication of the quality of the food.
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 chef’s tasting menu.
4 based on 233 reviews
We had a very enjoyable lunch at an old favourite today, Chinta Ria Soul. When I say old favourite, it was in the late 90’s that I used to frequent this establishment almost weekly.Service today was warm & genuine and the food was exceptional.Interesting wine list and great value overall, it was great to be back!
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.
4 based on 286 reviews
I love Dandelion! It's my go to place for special occasions, and somewhere I will always take visitors to, especially if they are from interstate or overseas. The food is just wonderful, the service excellent, the ambience terrific. You have to book early, as it's always busy, to get the table you want, and it's certainly and expensive place, but it's worth it. Especially for special occasions. And it was this time for me - a birthday dinner. Once again, just lovely food, great service, not too noisy and a quiet ambience. We ordered a serve each of the crab spring roll in lattice rice paper, with lettuce and herb wrap and also one each of the green rice fried Tiger prawn also with lettuce and herb wrap. So delicious! Then a main course to share - Bahn Xeo - turmeric coconut pancake with pork and crab salad, ginger, bean sprouts, herbs and lettuce wrap and a side of lotus leaf wrapped fried rice with egg and vegetable. We were also going to get a smaller dish to share, but our kind waiter advised against it - what we ordered would be more than enough, and it was!!! Usually you’d be subject to upselling - not this time! I was most impressed. A glass of Shiraz for each, and we left satisfied and amply fed!
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