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Where to Find 5 Cracking Oriental Dishes

Chinese food in Sydney: Where to find 5 cracking oriental dishes

Are you dreaming about dim sum? Is it kung-pao prawns that float your boat? Or maybe you fancy some wonton noodles? There is quite a selection of seriously delicious Chinese dishes out there. Over the past few decades, Chinese has risen to become one of the most popular cuisines in Australia, and Sydney is one of the best cities for enjoying oriental delights. You don't even need to leave your home to enjoy it either: Sit back, relax and wait for Deliveroo to bring you the tastiest Chinese food in Sydney.

1. Dim Sum

Can't go wrong #XLB #寶寶不說

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Let's get things underway with a yummy Chinese snack. Dim sum is a bite-sized, dumpling-style treat with veg or meat. They first came to prominence in roadside diners that mainly functioned to serve travellers. Now, the dim sum is one of the most popular Chinese dishes - especially as an appetiser to get your meal underway. The meaning of dim sum is "to touch your heart", and you can be sure that's exactly what this dish will do, along with pleasing your stomach.

Where: Dainty Dumpling House

2. Fried Rice

Ok, so fried rice might not be the most complicated dish, but there's beauty in simplicity. It works perfectly as a companion to other courses, yet you can also enjoy it in its own right - and you'll be left feeling completely full. Fried rice is one of the most popular Chinese dishes, and it looks set to stay that way for quite some time.

Where: The Bun Gallery

3. Wonton Braised Pork Knuckle Noodles

🐷脚面。#porkknucklenoodles #jordan

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One of the most appealing aspects of Chinese food is its variety. If dim sum isn't your thing, there are plenty of alternatives. Don't fancy rice? Fear not, as noodles will swoop in to save the day. There are a plethora of noodle dishes on the menu, but braised pork knuckle noodles are our pick of the bunch. Enjoy a hint of garlic, a splash of soy sauce and, of course, mouth-watering braised pork that will satisfy even the most demanding stomach.  

Where: Tim Ho Wan

4. Szechuan King Prawns

#chinesefood #seafood #szechuankingprawns

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You will find that prawns go hand-in-hand with most Chinese dishes. We're picking Szechuan King Prawns as one of our favourites, however. Szechuan is a style of Chinese cooking that originates from the Sichuan province of southwestern China. Get ready for flavourful king prawns topped off with delicious Szechuan sauce.

Where: Sky Phoenix

5. Duck Pancake Rolls

Sunday brunch... #duck #seaweed #salad , duck #pancakes & #veggie #friedrice

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Thin strips of duck, some spice and pepper, and hoisin sauce, topped off with Chinese-style pancakes - these ingredients come together to conjure up one of the best Chinese dishes. The recipe is also known as Peking duck and finds its origins rooted in Beijing, dating back to the Imperial era. You know you're onto a winner when a dish has lasted the test of time.  

Where: Mister Dee's

Sydney has an extensive range of options when it comes to delicious restaurants. You don't even need to leave home to experience them, either. Deliveroo does the work for you and brings authentic Chinese dishes right to your front door.  

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