Chapel Street provides a cultural snapshot of Melbourne with cuisine from the cultures of the four corners of the earth. Dining won"t cost a fortune and you will love making the choice of where to eat.
So the thing that I took away from Chapel Street is that shop assistants believe anyone over a size 12 has no intelligence, is not worth talking to, doesn't want to spend any money, couldn't possibly look nice in designer clothes and could not possibly be looking to purchase anything in any designer store in Chapel St (or Brunswick Street... 更多
This street is accommodating for any needs whether they be shopping, eating or drinking. There is a wealth of options in all respects of the above. The nightlife is also very strong here on the weekends. If you a particularly savvy you will be able to find good happy hours, cheap discount clothes stores and quality meal deals. This makes... 更多
Huge variety of shops to choose from for all ages. Shops have massive discounts, saving shoppers heaps. There's also plenty of places to grab a bite to eat or a coffee.
This is a 4 kilometre street (approximate) full of shops, cafeterias, bars and restaurants. The nightclub, Chasers, is also located along this street. Some upmarket fashion shops are also located here. I find the place interesting both during the day and night especially on Friday and Saturday nights. It's a place worth checking out.
Chapel Street is a relatively long main road with the number 78 North Richmond - Balaclava tram travelling its entire length, albeit slowly when the traffic is congested. That would be less of a problem if more Melburnians used public transport. The centre of Chapel Street is Prahran with its Market that strictly is in South Yarra along with numerous... 更多
This strip used to be THE place to go for fashion. Exorbitant rents and the new Melbourne Emporium have put an end to that- still great food and cafés but certainly pricey. Go to see and be seen, but otherwise head to chadstone or the CBD.