This is a famous Melbourne food street, not very long, Italian restaurants are more famous. Every restaurant sets up a shelf outside the door, places tables and chairs, and greets guests. I came earlier, and there were not many visitors. I had enough to go around the neighborhood and came back. I found that almost every house was full. Besides Italian restaurants, there are Thai and Chinese restaurants.
The famous Italian neighborhood in the area, the whole street is dominated by restaurants, shops are generally not large, most of which operate Italian flavor. Local people like to eat outdoors. Usually there are no seats outside before they eat indoors. So there are tables on both sides of the road. I chose a restaurant with the theme of Formula 1 racing car. It is said that Schumacher has been here before. It tastes good, it is well-behaved and doesn't feel bad. The price is acceptable.
In Carlton, eating and drinking coffee on the street is a normal practice. The main area of activity is east of Swanston Street, across Lygon Street, a Cardigan Street, where Victorian buildings, known as Little Italy, are mostly converted to restaurants and cafes. Street tables are set in the front yard and on the sidewalk. The roads are full. The French plane tree, on one side is slightly busy traffic, on the other side is chatting and laughing leisure, is very lively.
This is a famous street in Melbourne. You have many restaurants and many Italian restaurants. The food in most restaurants here looks good and the atmosphere is good. You can go in and taste their pasta and pizza and ice cream. Besides Italian restaurants, there are Japanese restaurants and Chinese restaurants.
There are a lot of things to choose from. We ordered several staple foods and dessert shares. The dining atmosphere was very good.
A place for snacks. If you think you're going to a lot of places, it's good to come here and feel another way.
The Italian gathering place, known as Little Italy, where Victorian buildings are mostly converted to restaurants and cafes, has street tables in the front yard and sidewalks. The roads are filled with Chinese sycamore trees on both sides, with slightly busy traffic on one side and a lively atmosphere of conversation and laughter on the other.