The Hobbyists Guide TO Haymarket, Sydney

Lovers of Asian cuisine will love Haymarket. In our latest post we broke down the best Japanese, Thai and Cantonese restaurants.

Looking to spice up your time in Sydney? If you’re on an elite escorting website like ours it’s safe to say you know a thing or two about the finer things in life and don’t mind indulging in the best of the best.

In addition to some of the smartest, classiest and downright naughtiest escorts in the hemisphere, Sydney is also a foodie’s dream with top notch chefs from across the globe vying to capture the attention of your tastebuds.

Today we’re going to explore the culinary delights of the Sydney suburb, Haymarket.

Asian Delights In the Center Of Sydney’s Central Business District

If you’re anywhere near the CBD chances are you can simply close your eyes and let your nose guide you to Haymarket. If walking around with your eyes closed sniffing the air isn’t your preferred mode of transport, no worries, Haymarket is conveniently located just south of the CBD in Sydney and is right on the main light rail line.

If you love Asian cuisine the only downside of Haymarket is that there many be too many choices. From the mega-supermarket to the dozens of sushi shops, there’s no shortage of gustatory pleasures of the eastern variety. We love to hang out there, soak up the vibe and recharge our batteries. Here are some of the top venues that may not show up on your general travel website about New South Wales.

Best Thai Joint: Caysorn Thai

For lovers of thai who think they know everything about it, get ready for a whole new experience. Turns out that the majority of Thai eateries specialize in Isaan Thai which comes from the northeast of the Country

Caysorn Thai (website), makes food from the southern Thai cooking traditions and it does it right. Not only is this place really inexpensive, the food is to die for.

Best Chinese Food in Haymarket: Old Town Hong Kong

One of the fancier places on Dixon Street, Old Town is still affordable and a must for lovers of cantonese. While the food is spectacular – I actually ate 2 servings of pork mince dumplings last time – what really sets this place apart is the service. The staff literally could not be friendlier and the ambience can’t help but put one in the mood for revelry.

Top Japanese Food: Wagaya

The first thing that jumps out at you when entering this rustic Japanese place are the touch screens. They are the first place in Australia to implement them and it feels just like Tokyo. Located just of Harbor Street, Wagaya will run about $50 per person but the expertly crafted sushi, innovative cocktails and forward tech make it worth the price.

Best Karaoke: Dynasty Karaoke Club

It wouldn’t be little Asia if there weren’t Karaoke bars, and Dynasty is the best. (https://www.facebook.com/DynastyKaraokeClub). This place is a blast and if you really want to impress your friends or business partners, they have decadent private rooms available awash with one way mirrors, touch screen table tops and unisex bathrooms.

Just imagine taking a couple of Atlantic’s local Sydney companions to one of these private rooms for a night of kpop, beef noodles and debauchery. Could anything be better?

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