Do you love Chinese food? We do too, and that's why we dedicate ourselves to finding the best places to enjoy Chinese cuisine in Sydney. We've diligently scouted out the top eateries, and we've listened to our readers and their reviews of Sydney restaurants. We share the places that get great buzz, like Billy Kwong, and we showcase the ones that have proven themselves over time, like BBQ King. We also point out good neighborhoods for Chinese restaurants in Sydney - Central Business District, for instance. When the craving hits, we'll make sure you get your fix!

BBQ King

Looking for Cantonese cuisine in a casual setting? This is the place for you. BBQ King's menu features dishes like crispy Peking duck and barbecue pork. Expect quick service and a fun, energetic clientele – students, tourists, the Chinese...  Read More

Inner City
Billy Kwong

This intimate, globally-minded restaurant, owned by Kylie Kwong and Bill Grainger of \"bills\" restaurant, offers some of Sydney's best modern Cantonese cuisine. Chef Kwong cooks up creative dishes with fresh, bio-dynamic and organic...  Read More

Chinese Noodle Restaurant

Jellyfish salad. Stir-fried sweet corn and pine nuts. Handmade wheat noodles. These are just a few of the dishes you can try at this popular Asian restaurant. Affordably priced, Chinese Noodle Restaurant is popular with students and Chinese...  Read More

Golden Century

The staff at this Cantonese restaurant know how to serve up seafood! Watch your server pick a fish from one of the many tanks that line the wall and de-bone it right at the table when you're served. Sip on green tea while you wait for your meal...  Read More

The Regal

Despite its elegant decor, this Cantonese restaurant manages to maintain a casual feel. Families and groups come here for some of Sydney's finest Chinese cuisine, like King Island crab and green-lipped abalone, cooked right at your table. TRAIN:...  Read More

North Shore
Sea Treasure

As the name suggests, this Cantonese restaurant specializes in seafood. For lunch and dinner, it boasts dishes like mud crab with chili sauce or salt and pepper squid, and yum cha. is a popular choice for breakfast. The front window displays...  Read More


The large, colorful interior of this contemporary Cantonese restaurant features comfy chairs, dark tablecloths and enough space for 500. For brunch and lunch, Zilver attracts a business crowd; for dinner, families and friends enjoy a more...  Read More

Bodhi in the Park

Serenely set with tables stretching into the park, Bodhi has had several past incarnations but now there is the one version, 'in the Park'. It offers supreme yum cha for lunch and an à la carte menu in the evening, and everything is vegetarian....  Read More