Revel in the culture and culinary delights of Chinese New Year by heading to one of these amazing Chinese restaurants in Sydney.
Respect for fresh ingredients, authenticity and simplicity are the name of the game at Fei Jai, a cool traditional Chinese eatery located in Potts Point. The name translates to ‘fat boy’, but never fear there are lots of light and healthy options on this offer. Think Cantonese fare with clean flavours and seasonal produce. The egg white omelette with blue swimmer crab in particular is sensational.
From those terribly clever chaps that brought us the Woolloomooloo institution, China Doll, comes the iconic restaurant’s more relaxed, Bondi Hipster little sister, China Diner. On offer is an eclectic mix of flavours and dishes from China and South East Asia, complimented by a range of cocktails all to be enjoyed with good friends, salty hair and sandy toes in the front diner. If you’re after something slightly more formal, China Diner offers a slightly more refined dining room at the back of the establishment.
Whet your appetite for food festivities in the lead up to March into Merivale with the Chinese New Year celebrations at the delectable Mr Wong’s in the heart of the city on 19 February. Patrons will enjoy a menu featuring over 60 dishes on the Cantonese-style menu with traditional Chinese dancers a feast for the eyes.
After 14 years on Crown Street in Surry Hills, the Chinese Eating House moved to stylish new digs in Potts Point late last year. The brain-child of Kylie Kwong, Billy Kwong has a focus on seasonal produce which sees the menu continually evolve to always end up in the same place. And that place is deliciousness. A true feast for the senses, enjoy all the aromas and atmosphere that Billy Kwong has to offer.