There is so much information on where to dine in Bali! So we thought we would make it easier for you to share our research and experience with you on where to go and what to eat on your next visit to the beautiful island of Bali, Indonesia.
It’s been 8 years since Max Tsang opened up Mahjong in St. Kilda. Earlier this year, having rebranded and refocussed the restaurant’s vision, Whatever by Mahjong is serving up traditional Chinese dishes with modern twists.
Usher in the Lunar New Year this year with spectacular displays and shows at Crown Casino. Whilst you’re there, sneak in a visit to Silks Restaurant, Crown Casino’s very own Chinese Restaurant. Who knows, you might even get eaten by a lion and be blessed by the coming year of the Goat! Gong Xi, Gong Xi!
An hour and a half outside of Melbourne CBD, will take you to an idyllic spot in Victoria’s lush countryside and natural mineral springs area. Drop into Kazuki’s at the Raglan for a contemporary Japanese/Australian meal and be blown away.
If you’re looking for a quiet and different sort of breakfast in Melbourne’s ever growing breakfast/brunch scene, head on over to Tana Cafe in Hawthorn for a Japanese spin on breakfast,