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Bar is situated down an old dingy alleyway with just a small golden sign to signify where to turn. The front door handles have two tigers on them and set the tone for the aesthetic bar inside. The cocktails are all tantalising and the zombie...More
Took my 18 yr old daughter here the other night as it came up on my review as being located just around the corner from our hotel. My daughter’s discomfort increased as we approached the entrance ... down a fairly quiet Melbourne lane (although it...More
Lovely bar, hidden down a laneway in the city, only those in the know would know where it is. Perfect for a date night, before or after a show or just to go and enjoy a fantastic list of bespoke cocktails. Also has a very...More
I didn't know this bar existed until asked to a launch held there. Glad I attended as I discovered an interesting place. Signage at lane level is almost non-existent, but as the businesses on either side are clearly numbered you can work out whether you've...More
We stopped here for a drink before dinner because it was recommended, I am glad we did! It was hard to find but it is a "secret" bar in china town. The bar tender recommended drinks and both were delicious. Inside was dark and a...More
Great place, very dark and private. Heaps of seating if you get a place. Gets quite busy on weekends which can be a downside but great staff, great drinks and reasonably priced. Located just off Chinatown so great for after dinner or after work drinks.
Man-chu-ria in my opinion is one of the best hidden bars in Melbourne.
Like so many other places in the Melbourne CBD, you could easily walk right past this place and never know it was ever there!
But for those who have found it they...More
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Locals know that Chinatown is the tried and true place to eat before hitting the nightclub scene. The place simply buzzes, and the well-preserved buildings exude a sense of Imperial China stemming from immigration over a century ago. In restaurant after restaurant on Little Bourke Street, you'll find delicious dishes such as sizzling honeyed prawns, and value for your money. Stately matrons oversee family kitchens serving
up age-old recipes. The lighting may be unromantic, the patrons loud, and the service no-nonsense, but the food is sensational.