Asian Restaurants Sydney
Asian Restaurants Sydney. Review by popular location, cuisine, features, map & book direct with the venue of your choice.
Planning lunch or dinner out with friends? Sydney has some of the best Asian dining options including restaurants that offer everything from fine dining to cheap casual lunches with a glass of wine. Choose from some of the best Asian Restaurants in Sydney.
Zilver are managed by a new generation of visionary, creative and experienced executives. We dare to be different in order to lead the fusion Chinese food market trends to satisfy both the taste buds and dining experience of its customers. We will accomplish this by committing to our shared values and by achieving the highest levels of customer service, with extraordinary emphasis on the creation of value.
Longrain is a contemporary restaurant, bar, Asian produce store and canteen. It is uniquely located within an expansive, 110 year-old converted warehouse. A hip, yet welcoming atmosphere is combined with warm service, original cocktails, an inspired wine list and award-winning, modern Thai/Asian food, created by executive chef, Martin Boetz. Positioned within the heart of the artistic design quarter of inner-city Surry Hills, Longrain is only minutes from Sydney’s CBD and eastern suburbs - making it both a popular lunch and dinner destination for locals and visitors alike. Industrial features of the original warehouse co-exist with modern design additions, such as a signature wall of woven-wood panelling and a contemporary selection of Australian art and photography by celebrated artists such as Christopher Hodges.
Golden Century Restaurant
For customer service's principle, Golden Century Seafood Restaurant management and staff would like to express our heart thanks and appreciation to customers and friends who have been supported loyally and advising us through the year.
China Doll Restaurant
With its spectacular vista of the city skyline, China Doll elegantly resides at Sydney's historic Finger Wharf at Woolloomooloo. This stylishly sleek, award-winning, Iain Halliday-designed beauty offers a balanced menu of generously portioned, modern Asian dishes from the talents of Chef Frank Shek. China Doll modernizes, yet follows traditional oriental experiences from Japan, Hong Kong, China and across South East Asia. However, this is not Asian fusion cuisine. Each dish stays true to its roots. There is no compromise in technique and by using locally grown, superior produce, flavours are clean and distinguished. A synergy of flavours (hot, sour, salty, sweet and aromatic) is achieved to suit the western palate. Match dishes with a wine selection from the thoughtfully eclectic yet reasonably priced list, or simply relax on the wharf while the sun sets and sip one of our Asian inspired cocktails. The ‘yin and yang’ cocktail list, based on our interpretation of five spice (cardamom, star anise, Sichuan, cinnamon, lemongrass) is matched cleanly with the mod-Asian food. With the perfect mix of relaxed yet professional service, stylish food, cocktails and glamorous location, China Doll delivers the ultimate Sydney dining experience for locals and visitors to our great city.
Nestled in the village atmosphere of Balmain’s main street, Blue Ginger is a South-East Asian restaurant with its main focus on quality of food and service standards. Behind the 150 year-old carved and brass-bolted temple doors, Blue Ginger portrays a calm and spacious oasis, that is until half-way through the evening when it literally can be overflowing with diners. It is well-recognised as a jewel in the crown of the Inner West of Sydney and an institution for high quality South-East Asian food.
Fu Manchu Restaurant
Fu Manchu, Darlinghurst: This loud and colourful Chinese/nonya restaurant is the perfect venue for a feast with friends. It has private rooms upstairs, they accept BYO, the food is delicious, fairly priced and perfect for sharing. SMH EVERYDAY CHAMPS AWARD 2011