Experience the freshest seafood in Fisherman's Wharf Chinese Restaurant. Located upstairs from Sydney famous Fish Market, you are guaranteed to enjoy fresh seafood daily! We even let you pick your choice of fish live from our tank.
Overlooking the Anzac Bridge and the Blackwattle Bay, you will surely appreciate our authentic Cantonese cousine even more! So please come in and enjoy this with your family and friends.
We also offer our very popular Yum Cha daily.
Please visit our website for more information.
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After many recommendations from different friends, I finally got around to trying the Yum Cha at this restaurant. And I wasn't disappointed at all. In fact, it was worth the hype.
I'm a firm believer in perfect Yum Cha dining time is somewhere around 11.30-12.30 at most places. It's busy enough that the selections on the carts and from the kitchen are fresh and straight from the kitchen, and there's just enough vibe to make it interesting. It's busy, but not packed in most places I've been. And that was true as well here when I visited.
It's true that the best dishes on the menu are the seafood ones. They are fresh and tasty. Though, I found everything to be excellent quality actually. If you're a regular Yum Cha visitor then most of what you'll find come around will be familiar to you.
For me these days a good Yum Cha experience is not so much about the choices on the trolleys (though important), but it's if I can catch up with friends and have a conversation over an hour or so without being force fed or rushed through and out the door as quickly as possible. I like the tea to be topped off with water as we drink it down, and non scornful looks when a chopstick awkward friend asks for a fork. Complimentary parking is a bonus (which they have here), and enough of the jacketed staff who can actually take a drink order or something that's not on a cart.
I may have bit of a Westerner's skew on what Yum Cha means - that is probably true. I'm happy for the full on Yum Cha madness, but often unacquainted friends are not so comfortable with the normal hustle bustle. So, all of these things are welcome additions to our Sunday catchup.
I'm happy to report that this venue ticks all those boxes for me. And after a full, satisfying feed we head off to see a movie utterly content.
been here for dinner as well as a couple of wedding receptions. The food is fantastic. The seafood is fresh, some of it is farmed which is a bit disappointing considering that you are at the fish markets but nonetheless is tastes fantastic and the service is great.
We took some overseas relatives here and they loved the food, especially the pippies and crab. We will definitely come back here again. It is better value for money here than other places.
If you are happy to subject yourself to the chaos and masses of the Fishmarkets, the yum cha here is great. The best part about the food here is the range of seafood dumplings. There are scallop dumplings, prawn and garlic, prawn and corriander etc the list is endless. And the best part is that the seafood is fresh and good quality not the scraps that other places would use.
If you do happen to go there, try avoid the weekend. if you go early it should be okay. Also I wouldn't bother getting the duck or the pippi's as there are better places to get these types of dishes. The focus here is the dumplings.