Bistro Hulu adds a modern twist to traditional Chinese dishes. The establishment provides cutting-edge cuisine which customers can enjoy in an atmosphere abundant in contemporary decor. Dishes include poached beef and pork dumplings, prawn toast, and garden hand pulled noodle salad.
China Lane is located right in the center of downtown Sydney, and has a vintage vibe mixed with a modern Chinese dining experience. Empty vintage bird cages litter the walls of the restaurant, matching the bird cages swinging above its Angel Place location and giving the place a nostalgic aura. Menu highlights include pig ear, trout sashimi and lobster dumplings. The restaurant offers a banquet option as well.
This casual and quiet dining spot is a gem. With attentive service and a delicious menu, He Mei is a great casual night out. Food is served tapas and banquet style with vegetarian options, and wood panel tables are lined parallel on the two walls with black and red accents and a floor-to-ceiling glass store front. This is not a fine dining experience, but if you’re looking for a delicious meal for the sake of a delicious meal, Ho Mei will do it for you.
This popular restaurant offers more than 60 choices from the menu. Housed in a French Colonial building, Mr. Wong’s is a popular stop for locals. There is upstairs and downstairs seating, as well as seating in the open kitchen with its exposed brick wall. Like the large dinner menu, the wine and cocktail menus serve up a variety of options. Be warned – this establishment will always be crowded, so make a reservation in advance.
Colorful steps, colorful chandeliers, colorful walls… this trendy spot is a joy to visit. Not only is the decor eclectically inviting, the food is fresh and delicious and the restaurant is family run. For a casual dining experience with high quality service and abundant menu choices, Fortune Village Chinese Restaurant is a perfect option. Try the tamarind chicken or peking duck pancakes for an authentic Cantonese meal.