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big Asian food court in Sydney?

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  • Carl Jul 31, 2006 05:01 PM
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When I visited Sydney some time back, I came across a big Asian food court that I believe was on the second story of some type of shopping center. It was the best food court I have ever seen, but I have now forgotten what it was called. Does anybody have any ideas?

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  1. Was it in the city ? There are quite a few such food courts around the Chinatown area. I can't think of any actual names. There is quite a good one at Haymarket though above Paddy's markets.

    1. That's the one! It is on the top level and has things like sushi rolls that are packed with good quality fish. Cost was $2 per roll. Also enjoyed eating the yogurt with fresh fruit.

      I would recommend eating here if you are on a budget. It sure beats going to McDonalds or even eating at some of the Chinatown restos which are just tourist traps.

      1. ITS CALLED 'EATING WORLD' off Dixon Street in chinatown - a food court where they cook most meals fresh - awesome!