With a discordant soundtrack of blaring Canto pop, Dixon St is the heart and soul of Chinatown: a narrow, shady pedestrian mall with a...
Golden Water Mouth
Wipe the sleaze from your sleeve on the corner of Hay St, where this 1875 Victorian sandstone library has delicate floral detailing....
Sydney Entertainment Centre
A big 12,000-seat concrete box between Chinatown and Darling Harbour, purpose-built for superstar extravaganzas (Radiohead, the Black...
Emperor’s Garden BBQ & Noodles
This is the real Chinatown deal: bald barbecued ducks dangling in the window, pink neon, plastic chairs and a murderous butcher next...
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Lonely Planet review
Cavernous, 1000-stall Paddy’s is the Sydney equivalent of Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar, but swap the hookahs and carpets for mobile-phone covers, Eminem T-shirts and cheap sneakers. Pick up a VB singlet for Uncle Bruce or wander the aisles in capitalist awe.