Did you know? Chinese is officially Australia’s favourite cuisine, with seven out of ten Aussie’s saying they enjoy a meal of yum cha, spicy Sichuan or Peking duck pancakes. We’ve researched our favourite Chinese BYO restaurants for your dining pleasure, and matched them with the perfect Liquormart wines. Cheers!

Partial to dim sum? Why not try a Blanc de Blanc like the Madame Coco
Like to spice things up? We’d suggest an off-dry rose like the Belle Epine Rose
For the more traditional, how about a Dead Duck Pinot, a match made in heaven


China Red

206 Bourke Street

They’ve got a reputation for Shanghai xiao long bao, and be warned – a steamer basket of eight will simply not be enough, so order two for your own double happiness.

ShanDong MaMa

7/200 Bourke Street

The Shandong Province is best known for its seafood dishes, and ShanDong’s fish dumplings don't disappoint.


89 Station Street

Book in advance, because the restaurant's three levels of seating are consistently occupied with diners. Don't bother with anything else on the menu — just come for the hand-assembled bliss-bombs (otherwise known as dumplings), served fried or steamed or spurting with hot soup, xaio long bao-style.

David's Chinese Restaurant

4 Cecil Place

Known for Modern chic Chinese eatery specialising in yum cha.


Lees Fortuna Court

24-26 Falcon Street
Crowns Nest

If you are looking for Chinese food on the lower North Shore of Sydney, Lees Fortuna Court is exact what you are looking for!

Blue Eyed Dragon

37 Pyrmont st

The Salt & Pepper Soft Shell Crab would have to be the best in Sydney they say!

Top Choice

17  Market Street

Delicious vegetarian meals and mock meat at a reasonable price!! 

Chinese Noodle House

8 Quay Street

This place is so popular, the lines snake out the doors every lunchtime which means you either need to get there super early or take along a good book while you wait. While the room only seats around 30 people, once you're seated, you're in for some treats of noodly proportions like hand-pulled noodles with pork mince and light-as-a-feather dumplings. The northwestern handmade noodles are offset by the giant (and slightly weird) hunting tapestries all over the walls that make it look like a mix between a discount rug shop and fetish house. But boy, are the noodles good.


Sing's Asian Kitchen

4/377 Cavendish Rd,

Modest eatery with outdoor seating and an informal vibe serving Chinese.

Top Noodle

72-80 Marine Parafe,

Amazing fresh food, fast friendly service, great value for money!! 

Top One Seafood Chinese

12/42 Marine Parade,


Huong's Restaurant

83A Vulture St,
West End 

Casual joint with traditional Chinese art and lanterns for classic Southeast Asian and Chinese food.









132 Gouger St,

A Gouger Street favourite, Concubine is a multiple award winner of the Best Chinese Restaurant (South Australia) in the Restaurant and Catering Awards, and a Finalist for Best Chinese Restaurant nationally. With spaces to suit an intimate dinner for two or a banquet with friends, we pride ourselves on fresh, delicious food and a relaxed yet refined atmosphere. Head upstairs to discover the Shanghai Room or peek behind the bookcase for a surprise!

T - Chow
Chinese Resturant

68 Moonta St,

None for there Yum Cha.

House Of Chow

82 Hutt St,

House of Chow was voted the Best Chinese Restaurant in SA and went on to win the Awards for Excellence for Best Chinese Restaurant in Australia.

East Taste Café

119 Gouger St,

Known for there Shallot cakes, pepper eggplant and Crispy Beef.