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Chinatown, Canberra

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  • We had a great Vietnamese dinner over Easter and found the area great for wandering around. We had drinks at a pub beforehand. There are tour buses dropping off busloads of tourists so it gets busy. P...  more »
  • A variety of Asian Restaurants inhabit Woolley Street and most of them a pretty decent value for money. From cheaper meals at the Tak Kee Roast Inn to higher end Chinese food at Ruby's, I've always fo...  more »
  • This area is only a block long and three blocks wide, but has a huge amount of asian restaurants, most of which are very popular with the locals for being great food at reasonable prices - go where th...  more »