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big Asian food court in Sydney?

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Carl Jul 31, 2006 05:01 PM

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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    Bronte RE: Carl Jul 31, 2006 09:01 PM

    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.

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      Zengarden RE: Carl Aug 7, 2006 05:02 PM

      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.

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        katea RE: Carl Aug 31, 2006 06:43 AM

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

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