Kam Fook: "Kam Fook" Chinatown Restaurants Tip by Audrey118

Chinatown Restaurants, Sydney: 47 reviews and 62 photos

Huge restaurant which I think can seat up to 800 pax. Popular place with Hong Kong Chinese residing in Australia and also travellers. Apparently very good dim sum, but there
is a long queue -

they have tanks and tanks of live seafood

Favorite Dish: Steamed oysters - excellent and huge,

2 types lobster, first sashimi, and then second is ginger shallots - excellent about 118 per kg

Hiong Sow Ngup - which is yam mashed and layered with duck and fried. this is you like woo kok.

steam parrot fish

complimentary soup and fresh fruits.

do not order kai lan - it was awfully old!

Directions: Level 3/9, Hay Street - above Paddy's Market, in Market City,

While you are in the building, you can stopover at the factory outlets for Ken Done and Espirit.

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  • Written Aug 25, 2002
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