is on Little Bourke Street and has existed ever since Chinese prospectors joined the rush to the gold fields in the 1850's. Today it still exists as the centre of the Chinese community. The Museum of Chinese Australian History in Cohen Place shows the considerable Chinese contribution to Australian history.
Go to Chniatown - there are lots of good Chinese restaurants, from cheap and cheerful to expensive.
My favourite would be Mask of China for their lamb cutlet char siew style and also the cheaper Shark fin inn, which serves my favourite roast duck salad.
CHINATOWN is famous for its concentration of fine chinese restaurants and grocers.
If you want to buy some nougats or macadamenia nuts, come to Chinatown for your purchase as it is much cheaper here than those sold in the shopping malls.