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Din Tai Fung
436 George St · interesting places nearby
At seven storeys, Myer (formerly Grace Bros) is one of Sydney’s largest stores and a prime venue for after-Christmas sales. It’s marginally less swanky than David Jones, but you’ll still find plenty of high-quality goods and some slick cafes. There’s another branch at Westfield Bondi Junction .