Jonathon Barthelmess on 11/09/2014
Has to be Golden Century for a Cantonese feast
Sam Christie on 11/09/2014
Chui Lee Luk on 11/09/2014
The old standby is Golden Century. I like to order rice noodles with beef or pork and thousand year egg congee as examples of comfort food
Mark Jensen on 11/09/2014
After work I tend to head straight home these days. Having children and an early morning obsession with bicycle riding I tend not to go out late at night to eat. I do however go to Golden century for a seafood fix every now and again.
Phoodie Phoodie on 31/08/2014
My late night dining venue of choice is without doubt Golden Century Chinese Restaurant in Sussex Street, Sydney. The fresh crab with ginger and shallot is world class as are their pecking duck pancakes.
Lorraine Elliott on 31/08/2014
Chinatown's Golden Century for Pippies in XO sauce with vermicelli.
Lyndey Milan on 28/08/2014
Golden Century because it really is open late – until 2am and I've been there then! It's always fun and the food is great. Seafood is very fresh. I always order live pippies with XO sauce.
Chase Kojima on 28/08/2014
Love golden century after work, xo pippies with special fried rice never goes wrong!
John McFadden on 28/08/2014
For a quick fix Can't go past Golden Century, Pipis in XO sauce
David Lovett on 28/08/2014
It's been said a thousand times before but you really can't go past the Golden Century, ice cold beer and some of Sydney's best Chinese food.
Marc Philpott on 28/08/2014
Golden century with the chefs, pippies in XO sauce with a few cold beers
Nicholas Wong on 27/08/2014
Not many options in Sydney,but I'd have to say Arisan for fried chicken, or Golden Century for pipis and crab
Matthew McCool on 27/08/2014
Golden century with a group, or Harry's Cafe de Wheels in Woolloomooloo.
Jackie McMillan on 26/08/2014
The years haven't dampened my love for Golden Century. Where else at 2am in Sydney can you find a crowded restaurant that includes a drunken stand-up comic, loudly picking on tables of equally drunk partygoers? Thankfully he's clever enough to avoid the pair of jittering ice dealers, busy stocking up on two-courses of Peking duck. This is late night Sydney in all her shame and glory, being looked after by silver service waiters who don't even raise an eyebrow as they trot out your pipis in XO sauce.
Alessandro Pavoni on 26/08/2014