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Mr. Wong


3 Bridge Ln, Sydney
View WebsiteEarn 3X Points

This Chinese restaurant pulls out all the stops: the massive space spans two levels, with big tables, moody jazz, painted brick walls, and lazy Susans. Bring a big group for dim sum (lunch only) or a dinner of dumplings, Peking duck pancakes, live mud crab, and big plates of noodles. Though since they offer the duck pancakes and a few other dishes in half portions, you could just as happily come with one or two other people who are down to share.

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