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Such an old pub and whilst some of its charm is it's history and original features, it desperately needs an update, keeping it's original charm but a coat of paint, some changes to the layout and furniture would make this place much more inviting, particularly...More
Breakfast is included, but you won't find much more than water, milk, cornflakes and some toast. The location of the Exford Hotel is very nice and central, although it can be a bit hard to find without a smartphone. The rooms aren't very nice, but...More
I stayed in this hostel right after I set my foot in Australia for the first time. I was in a mixed dorm for ten people in the third floor. I don't know about other rooms but ours was quiet despite the bar underneath which...More
This is just an everyday pub. They're not trying to be fancy which is great as there's not a pretentious person in sight. Just relax, chat to some fellow customers, play some pool or take control of the juke box. Great place and they also...More
We stayed at Exford Hotel for 2 nights. The first night we were there was a Thursday night and between the music in the bar on the first floor, the drunk girls screaming outside, and the beeping cabs, I slept about 2 hours. I even...More
Locals know that Chinatown is the tried and true place to eat before hitting the nightclub scene. The place simply buzzes, and the well-preserved buildings exude a sense of Imperial China stemming from immigration over a century ago. In restaurant after restaurant on Little Bourke Street, you'll find delicious dishes such as sizzling honeyed prawns, and value for your money. Stately matrons oversee family kitchens serving
up age-old recipes. The lighting may be unromantic, the patrons loud, and the service no-nonsense, but the food is sensational.