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Asian Cuisine in Sydney

What Sydney lacks in Latin food, it makes up for in Asian. Japanese, Chinese, Vietnamese, Malaysian, fusion, and even Uighur as well as tons of Thai make this city a heaven for Asian cuisine.
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38-52 Waterloo St, Surry Hills NSW 2010, Australia
Fujiyama is dedicated to the Japanese art of eating and drinking—that is, eating small plates with free-flowing booze and conversation. The restaurant offers simple sashimi, nigiri, and hand rolls that pair nicely with frosty glasses of Saporro,...
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60 Riley St, Darlinghurst NSW 2010, Australia
“Our restaurant’s dining room is rustic, and we hope it feels warm and inviting, like you’re visiting our home.”—Luke Nguyen
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20 Campbell St, Haymarket NSW 2000, Australia
Be prepared to wait for your supper, which can be torturous once you see the chefs cooking in the window. I waited 30 minutes on my trip to Chat Thai and was told I was lucky. The best way to experience this well-known Chinatown Thai restaurant is...
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296-300 Victoria St, Darlinghurst NSW 2010, Australia
Some Sydneysider foodie friends recommended Spice I Am, a little gem in Darlinghurst, as the best Thai food in the city. It didn't disappoint; our lunch was fantastic. Chef Sujet Saenkham serves some of my favorites.