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Top10 Top 10- Sydney's Best Asian Restaurants

Sydney-siders are well and truly spoilt for choice when it comes to the variety of Asian cuisine, with Chinatown, Little Korea, Thai town and many other gourmet Asian restaurants scattered throughout the whole of the city. Whether you are craving a comforting bowl of laksa, steamed dumplings straight from a yum cha cart or the crispy freshness of san choi bao our top 10 of Sydney's Best Asian Restaurants covers all bases!
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Located on one of the most sort-after strips of restaurant real estate, Head Chef Frank Shek and his team bring modern interpretations of Asian classics to Woolloomooloo Wharf, Sydney. There is a creative fusion of characteristics that take their inspiration from rustic street food vendors to rich banquets creating a diverse and exciting spectrum of dishes.
INDU is a celebration of not only homely, flavoursome Indian cuisine but a philosophy of togetherness and community. Embracing the village culture of Indian townships, there is a generosity of spirit that comes through in the creative array of dishes on offer. INDU is part of the Sam Prince Hospitality Group and works with certified charity Palmera providing support for villages back in India.
Only a short stroll from the iconic Bondi Beach, China Diner serves up dishes that have long-standing grassroots to Chinese and South East Asian influences. Channeling that sea-side calm ambience, there are two dining spaces with a laid-back diner and cocktail bar at the front and a more formal 1930's inspired dining room out the back.
It was one of Sydney's first movers and shakers when it came to bringing the true flavours of South East Asia to the table of Sydney, and it still is an iconic favourite with diners today. Longrain masters the art of balance with dishes that are bursting with aromatic and fresh spicy tones. The best way to completely explore the full range of flavour combinations is with the tasting menu.
Fancy eating contemporary Chinese cuisine with an inventive spark of pan-Asian flavours within a gallery setting? This unique dining experience is as the name suggests a blending of food and art and one that all Sydney-siders have to try, with pieces of artwork both on display and for sale throughout the restaurant. The freshly stretched noodles and delicate dumplings are some of the signature dishes.
Zilver has been operating as a Cantonese powerhouse for over ten years in Sydney and is much prized for its long dim sum/ yum cha and a la carte menus. Select from fresh steaming pork dumplings, congee, Peking duck pancakes before finishing off with a mango pudding or two. Come and experience contemporary Cantonese cuisine in style!
With its striking waterfront views and uber-inventive take on Japanese cuisine, it is easy to understand why Zushi is one of Barangaroo's most popular dining destinations. There is always something new and exciting to try with this tapas-inspired menu of delectable bite-sized dishes. It is polished Japanese style dining without the price-tag.
When chef Dan Hong has anything to do with Asian inspired dishes you know your in for a treat, and the funky Ms. G's is no exception. Spanning over four floors, follow the rosy red glow from the neon lights bouncing off walls adorned with street art, to find your one-stop shop to wine, dine and really soak up some of Sydney's best contemporary Asian food.
If Darlinghurst's La Mint were a cocktail, it would be one part French, one part Vietnamese and a whole lot of flavour! There's a tranquil balance of rich, bold and buttery flavours of France blending with the zesty vibrancy of spices and citrus that comes with traditional Vietnamese style cooking. A clever fusion of two very different styled cuisines married together in harmony.
Long Chim is about as close as it gets to dining on authentic Thai-inspired street food in Australia. Through the creative direction of one of Australia's most favourite chefs David Thompson. Long Chim even channels the buzz and vibrancy that brings the streets and alleyways of Thailand alive at night. Don't leave without trying one of the many moreish cocktails.