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Eat Street Opens in Sydney


In the tradition of Ginza in Tokyo, Mong Kok in Hong Kong, Jalan Alor in Kuala Lumpur and Dempsey Hill in Singapore, a brand new dining precinct where ‘east meets west’ has officially opened its doors in Sydney’s lower north shore.

Located in the heart of Chatswood’s business district, Eat Street (a subsidiary of the Chatswood Central commercial building) is a vibrant culmination of alfresco, street style restaurants and cafes. Drawing influence from Asian hawkers combined with Western inspired food offerings, this latest addition provides Sydneysiders with a single hub in which to meet, dine and drink. Touted to put Chatswood on the map as a dining destination, visitors can expect to experience the culinary delights of Asia and beyond in a relaxed yet buzzing environment.


The popular Bavarian Bier Cafe at Eat Street will offer an excellent venue for after-work get togethers or networking drinks

Keeping in line with the philosophy of ‘east meets west,’ Eat Street encompasses of everything from traditional Asian street food, modern European bistro fare to an organic and socially conscious café treats. Expanding from its flagship Haymarket venue, cult late night eatery Mamak – famed for its crisp edge and flaky roti canai and charcoal smoky satay – brings the authenticity and vibrancy of Malaysia to this new location.

 

Cult favourite late-night eatery Mamak is certain to be a popular addition to Eat Street

From Malaysia to China, Crazy Wings offers Beijing style roadside dining where customers can enjoy a comprehensive selection of dishes on a skewer (from hot and spicy chicken wings to honey glazed toast) – a perfect accompaniment for an evening of grazing and conversation. Lovers of humble European fare and refreshing pure biers are not left disappointed with the seventh Bavarian Bier Café providing another option. Completing the Eat Street mix are Chatswood renowned mod-Aus Rocket Restaurant, Japanese cool Izakaya Arigato, classic Thai tucker The Bell Thai and organic Three Beans café.