The hub of Sydney’s Chinese community, this busy district is full of Asian restaurants and cheap eateries, shopping arcades and produce stores. Enter Dixon street pedestrian mall from the north through the traditional red gates and walk through to the Market City, experiencing the atmosphere and the aromates of Asian kitchen. Nearby attractions include Sydney Monorail, the Entertainment Centre, Chinese Gardens and Darling Harbour itself.
I was here just last week and had breakfast and dinner at Superbowl. What a nice restaurant. The taste hasn`t changed since 2003 when I visited Sydney for the first time.
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