Dodge the sales crowds and head to these spots.
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This small eatery is dedicated to the cuisine of the Shaanxi province, in China's northwest. On the menu you'll find dishes such as saucy biang biang noodles and a sandwich style that's among the world's oldest.
A house of prosperity and poached eggs serving modern Asian-Australian cuisine on Whitehorse Road.
Come for the healthy menu with Japanese and Middle Eastern influences.
This casual diner – by the Dainty Sichuan crew – is dedicated to Chongqing-style noodle soup. So everything here is hot, spicy and slurpable. Make sure to get here nice and early, because it gets busy fast.
This “little” sibling of hotpot institution Dainty Sichuan uses the same rich broths and variety of ingredients, but specialises in malatang style – or hotpot for one.
Cantonese chefs with more than three decades of experience serve up suckling roast duck.
Charcoal grilling is the focus here. Either on a grill in the kitchen, or the one built into your table. Think tuna belly tataki with yuzu, seared foie gras and top-grade Wagyu cuts from here and Japan.
This stall in Box Hill has got cooked meat, entrees and vegetable dishes pre-packaged in takeaway containers, ready for you to grab and take to work or reheat at home. Just add rice.
Tien Dat opened in 1983 as the first Vietnamese restaurant in Box Hill. It is still owned by the same family.
One of Box Hill's best-loved dumpling houses.