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  •   Melbourne - Eating Precincts

•   Little Bourke Street - Chinatown
Little Bourke Street in the city is the heart of Chinatown, and has a wide selection of Asian restaurants, Asian groceries shops and stalls. Between Spring Street and Swanston Streets.

•   Johnston Street Fitzroy - Spanish Quarter
Salsa down to Johnston Street for Spanish cuisine, Latin music and tapas!

•   Victoria Street, Richmond - Vietnamese
Victoria Street is famous for its Vietnamese cuisine

•   Lonsdale Street, CBD - Greek Precinct
Sumptuous seafood and chargrilled meat, dips, olives and fetta with wonderful coffee and Greek pastries are to be found in this Greek precinct of the CBD. For fabulous Greek restaurants try Swan Street, Richmond (east of Church Street).

•   Southgate and Southbank
Southgate with the Casino and Southbank promenade are two of the most popular eating precincts in Melbourne. The riverside dining areas at Southbank offer wonderful views of the city for both lunch and dinner.

•   South Yarra - Stylish & Upmarket
The Toorak Road and Chapel Street areas of South Yarra feature numerous restaurants and cafés and a wide range of cuisines.

•   Brunswick Street, Fitzroy & New Quay, Docklands - Trendy
Brunswick Street is a lively street with cafes, casual restaurants and outrageous pubs and bars.

•   Fitzroy Street & Acland Street, St Kilda
Acland Street is famous for cakes and is just the spot for a bit of indulgence. Fitzroy Street features grand restored buildings, many of them now trading as cafés. Dine with a bay view at one of these restaurants.

•   Smith Street, Fitzroy - Vegetarian & Middle Eastern
Even more alternative than Brunswick Street, Smith Street Fitzroy is known for its vegetarian, Moroccan, Middle Eastern and budget eateries. And the streetscape is a fantastic cultural mix.

•   Lygon Street, Carlton - Lttle Italy
Melbourne's Little Italy, offering a wide choice of Italian dining. There's pizza, gelato, good coffee, past and restaurants spilling out onto the pavement. The atmosphere is very cosmopolitan. Close to CBD and Carlton Gardens.

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