Top 10 Asian Restaurants in Sydney

Mr Wongs

Asian cuisine is one of our favourites, and it’s something Sydney does well.  Whatever you’re looking for, Japanese, Vietnamese, Chinese, Asian Fusion – we’re spoilt for choice in Sydney.

Here are some of our tried and true favourites we’re sure you’ll love, in no particular order:

    Melbourne’s iconic Chin Chin restaurant finally makes its way to Sydney.  Serving up an Asian fusion menu.  Beware – you will need to be prepared to wait for a table and you can be sure it will always be pumping!
    Read my review of Chin Chin
    69 Commonwealth Street, Surry Hills
  2. MR WONG
    Cantonese cuisine made cool.  Fabulous colonial Chinese decor.  This is without doubt, a place to be seen.  Head to nearby Palmer & Co. for a drink while you wait for your table.  Great late night dining option.
    Read my review of Mr Wong
    3 Bridge Lane, Sydney
    Buzzing neighbourhood restaurant serving exceptional Sri Lankan cuisine.  Think hoppers, curries and sambols.
    Read my review of Lankan Filling Station
    G/F, 58 Riley St, East Sydney
  4. MS G’s
    Merivale superstar chef Dan Hong and team’s take on Asian fusion, in a funky setting.  Put your name down for a table and head up the 3 flights of stairs to their bar while you wait.  Ultra glam setting and good food to boot.
    Read my review of Ms G’s
    155 Victoria Street, Potts Point
    Impeccable Japanese cuisine served up in ultra slick surroundings.  One of our long standing favourites for good reason.
    Read my review of Sake Restaurant & Bar
    12 Argyle Street, The Rocks or 33 Cross Street, Double Bay
  6. SOKYO
    Glitzy head turner serving up stellar Japanese dishes and Asian inspired cocktails set inside The Star complex.  Best of all you can access the restaurant without having to set foot inside the Casino.
    Read my review of Sokyo
    Ground floor, The Darling, The Star, 80 Pyrmont Street, Pyrmont
  7. TOKO
    Long time favourite hip Japanese restaurant Toko.  Toko offers informal style Japanese ‘izakaya’ dining.  
    Read my review of Toko
    490 Crown Street, Surry Hills 
    Upmarket modern asian cuisine in a spectacular setting.  Dine alfresco, with skyline city views and soak up the glam ambiance of the Finger Wharf.
    Read my review of China Doll
    Shop 4, 6 Cowper Wharf Road, Woolloomooloo
    Japanese izakaya dining.  Informal Japanese inspired share style menu, great cocktails, whiskeys, sakes and shochus. Funky vibe.
    Read my review of Cho Cho San
    73 Macleay Street, Potts Point
    Thai street food is the star of show at Long Chim.
    Read my review of Long Chim
    Cnr Pitt Street & Angel Place, Sydney (entrance via Angel Place)

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