Prahran is only 5 km South East of Melbourne’s CBD . It has many shops, restaurants and cafes, centred around Commercial Road being one of Melbourne’s gay night spots. The famous Chapel Street has many boutiques and cafes for your pleasure, including the historic Prahran Arcade built in 1889 and Reads Emporium built in 1914. Greville Street has a more alternative feel, being the spiritual hub of the area, with many bookshops and music stores.
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The suburb of Prahran is approximately 5 kilometres south east of the Melbourne CBD. The Prahran shopping precinct is a mix of upscale fashion boutiques and high end cafes. Great coffee, excellent food and an exceptional inner city experience.
The Chapel Street Bazaar is very popular for shopping among locals, trading 7 days a week and is full of second hand items in a market style space. It is full of pre-loved furniture, crockery, glassware, records and record players, dolls, shoes clothing and so much more.
Prahran station, on the Sandringham Line will take you to where you need to go as well as the trams on route 5,6,64 72,78 and 79. Trains and trams connect to the city and most suburbs.
The Three Monkeys Restaurant is right at home in Prahran’s Chapel St and inside lane way art meets retro chic. It is well reviewed and offers a colourful menu including gluten free meals. For more casual eating Patee Thai Restaurant is a very popular destination influenced by the ancient Thai culture. Low cushioned seating and a tantalizing thai menu will have you in raptures. Jacques Reymond Restaurant on Williams Street is ranked #1 in Prahran, so for the more romantic occasion this looks great too. There are so many great eateries to choose from, so take a stroll down Chapel Street night or day.