A suburb with the best Thai restaurant strip in Australia, regional Chinese dining and the best picks from the ambitious Darling Square precinct.
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The chicken here is twice baked, not fried. Get it spicy or served with powdered cheese.
Ramen worth sitting in a food court for.
Visit Darling Square’s Maker’s Dozen for miso bolognaise, cod-roe spaghetti and pasta with soy-buttered mushroom, all $14 or under.
A restaurant named after a Sydney institution's most famous dish.
The second location for the Marrickville favourite.
Buttery roti stuffed with curies, kebab-style. And string hoppers made with sourdough batter at Sydney’s newest food precinct.
For fast-paced, real-deal Thai.
A Thaitown favourite, with rockin' grilled chicken.
The brand’s first Australian outlet is a gigantic-hotpot joint. With robots.
Affordable Malaysian food with a range of flavoured roti. If you don't get in before the lunchtime rush you can expect to queue for a while.
Hokkien-style Penang home cooking.
One of the few spots in Sydney to try genuine northern-style Thai food.
The crisp-skinned suckling pork is slow-roasted for 14 hours and comes stuffed in a roll, plus there’s other tasty lunch dishes under $16.
A high-end restaurant chain serving Peking duck and north-eastern Chinese specialties you can’t find elsewhere.
Korean barbeque that’s all about premium meats, side dishes and soju.
Southern-style pho, chargrilled meats and raw beef from one of the inner city’s first Vietnamese chefs.
Thai food that pulls no punches.
Red Pepper and Sparrow Mill serves Korean-style chicken.
Celebrating both the traditional and the new cuisine of Hong Kong.
Seriously hot Sichuan food.
Play “Donkey Kong” with one hand while you hold a Fatal Fury in the other.
A restaurant by the host of the world’s biggest TV dating show serves spicy Sichuan noodle soup and dumplings.
A no-frills Chinese restaurant serving the favourites and then some.
A restaurant in Haymarket specialising in southern Thai cuisine.
Authentic, late-night Thai.