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Food

Conference Catering

We will have tea and coffee available throughout the convention period by the wonderful team at The Concourse.

 

Great Eats in Chatswood

Chatswood is famous as a showcase of Sydney’s multiculturalism with a huge array of Asian food outlets. Diners are spoilt for choice between South East Asian spices, Japanese noodles, Korean fried chicken, regional Chinese specialties and more, all within a few hundred metres of the convention venue. There are also plenty of cafés for those craving a smashed avo or a burger.

Bao Dao Taiwanese Kitchen

8/376 Victoria Avenue
Authentic Taiwanese restaurant dishing up everything from saucy bowls of rice, to crisp chicken, pig trotters and fluffy bao

Recommended: Most famous for their lu rou fan (“stewed meat rice”)

Kao Pla

Shop 7/370-374 Victoria Avenue
Touted as the best Thai restaurant in the North Shore, Kao Pla’s chef previously worked in the famous kitchens of Spice I Am, Mr Wong and Ms.G’s. The Bangkok style cuisine packs a punch.

Recommended: Hor mok yang, a grilled fish curry wrapped in banana leaf

Chum Tang

Chatswood Interchange, P4/436 Victoria Avenue
Sister restaurant to Kao Pla, Chum Tang serves Northern Thai food and takes the space factor up a couple of notches. Not for the faint of heart!

Recommended: Nua pad cha pru, a wok fried beef with betel leaf beans and phuket curry paste.

Hawker Lane

Westfield Chatswood, Chatswood Lane
A shopping mall food court with a difference, Hawker Lane is a collection of food stalls inspired by the street eats of Asia, from Shaanxi mo, to Xinjiang lamb skewers, north Indian kati roll to sheng jian bao

Recommended: A bite of everything!

Ipoh Club

1/446 Victoria Avenue
Ipoh-style Malaysian cuisine in the unassuming surrounds of an RSL.

Recommended: Kam heung squid

Manpuku

226 Victoria Avenue
Slurp down some of Sydney’s best ramen. Both the chicken and pork broths are delicious.

Recommended: Gyokai tonkotsu

Marukame Udon

332 Victoria Avenue
People come from all over Sydney for the freshly made udon.

Recommended: Bukkake udon

Tim Ho Wan

75A & 76A Chatswood Interchange, 436 Victoria Avenue
Famously awarded a Michelin-star, this tiny Hong Kong dim sum specialist has since become a global empire, with Chatswood the first Australian location.

Recommended: BBQ pork buns; pan fried radish cake

Two Two Korean Street Food

5/6 Anderson Street
A popular Korean import

Recommended: Fried chicken

PBS Chicken

Lemon Grove Shopping Centre, Shop 13, 427-441 Victoria Avenue
Korean fried chicken specialist, with a number of spice level options

Recommended: Fried chicken with rice

Phood

72-76 Archer Street
Celebrated as the best pho in Chatswood with its light and flavourful broth

Recommended: Beef pho

Royal Stacks

357/1 Anderson Street
With beef from Vic’s Meats and homemade condiments, these are burgers with a touch of class

Recommended: The King

Fujiyama Noodle Bar

Mandarin Centre, 2/61-65 Albert Avenue
Despite the name, the signature dish is rice with juicy slabs of chicken katsu

Recommended: Chicken katsu curry with rice

Tim’s BBQ

21 Spring Street
Unctuous Taiwanese style BBQ

Recommended: Two meat with rice

Mamak

Shop P9, 1-5 Railway Street
Sister restaurant to Chinatown’s hugely popular Malay eatery, Mamak is the place for fluffy roti and curries

Recommended: Roti canai, kangkung belacan

Saigon Rolls

436 Victoria Avenue
Vietnamese bahn mi

Recommended: Pork crackling roll

Chef Rasa Sayang

375 Victoria Avenue
A taste of authentic Malaysian cuisine with oodles of noodles and solid vegetarian options

Recommended: Char kway teow, curry laksa with yong tau foo