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A guided tour of Chinatown's lesser eateries

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Sydney has the largest Chinatown in the Southern Hemisphere and with over 200 restaurants, choosing a place to eat can be daunting. How well do you know the hidden hole-in-the-wall eateries, the back-lane dumpling joints, and the family-owned restaurants that have existed here for decades?

Justin Steele of Local Sauce Tours. runs a number of small-group tours in Sydney, and his latest is a two-hour deep dive into Chinatown. It’s designed to support restaurants, share Chinese-Australian history and bring both locals and tourists back into the area. It helps that Steele, a Brisbane native who lived and studied in Taiwan, speaks fluent Mandarin.

https://www.broadsheet.com.au/sydney/food-and-drink/article/discover-chinatowns-lesser-known-eateries-guided-walking-tour

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By Lynn Wood

20 February 2022



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