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Nam Loong - Iconic Chinese Cuisine on Russell!

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Nam Loong is another Melbourne institution with a consistent reputation and value quality Chinese cuisine served for decades.

Enter a bright and colourful restaurant and enjoy some cheery home style authentic Chinese cooking. There are no deconstructions and fusions going on here – just great traditional flavoursome Chinese cooking!

Love the crispy pork with bean curd on rice selection. Generous portion of delectable crispy pork. The bean curd balances the dish well and the rice is perfectly cooked. A winner! Another popular dish is the pork buns (Char Siew Bao), among the best in Melbourne. Soft buns and great filling! Or try the Char Kway Teow for another outstanding option!

I love Chinese restaurants that serve green tea with the meal – so refreshing!

The décor is humble. There is a menu lit up brightly above the counter. Menus are placed around the walls.

The attraction is the great tasty authentic Chinese cuisine.

Nam Loong Chinese Restaurant, 223 Russell St CBD – Chinese - Food 9 Ambience 8.5

 

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David Hagger is a bald headed man with a penchant for finery, convivial dining, and festive culture. He honestly believes Melbourne is an impressive global city.

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