There are 378 Modern Asian restaurants within Australia.
|2.||Acacia Modern Japanese Dining||Gordon|
|3.||Adam's Oriental Restaurant||South Brisbane|
|5.||Annalakshmi on the Swan||Perth|
|6.||Aroma Cafe Bar||City|
|7.||Asian Gourmet Hut||Doncaster East|
|8.||Asian House||Fortitude Valley|
|9.||Asian King Restaurant||Newtown|
|10.||Asian Noodle House||City|
|11.||Asian Noodle House||Greenway|
|12.||Asian Tops||Five Dock|
|14.||Azuki Japanese Fusion||Broome|
|15.||Bala's Cafe||St Kilda|
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