Bourke Street is the home of Shanghai Street's largest and most upmarket branch, up the escalator where the Australian Red Cross Blood Service used to be. The menu is marginally more expensive than its other venues for similar items (e.g. $1 extra for a plate dumplings), but there are no queues, the interior is sleeker, and the service is better. You'll also find more premium dishes here like Flaming Duck and plenty of seafood....

Dumplings have a long association with tea, but as the popularity of dumplings has increased, the ‘tea’ part has sometimes gotten left behind. Oriental Teahouse brings some balance back to the dumpling experience, with an extensive range of teas to order, and a retail section dedicated to the tasting and purchase of their own tea blends and tea making accessories....

Located at the rear of Dendy Plaza, the site of the old La Porchetta on Well Street has been completely transformed into fine-dining Chinese restaurant, Gold Moon. The two-storey building is elegant and modern, and most unlike any Chinese restaurant I've seen before. The exterior features steel beams and rendering, and the facade, full of windows, is partially obscured by bamboo....