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2 Asian Restaurants in Darwin

Darwin's Asian restaurants

With its strong ties to the Far East, it's no surprise that Darwin boasts some excellent Asian restaurants. Mainly congregated around the Central Business District, they're a great choice if you want to combine a tasty lunch with a visit to the city's art galleries and exhibition centres, or take in a pre-show meal before heading to the theatre or symphony. And needless to say, a delicious stir-fry or bowl of noodles is a fine way of recharging the batteries after a day of fishing or sunbathing too! Just surf Quandoo to discover the best Asian restaurants in Darwin.

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Spice of Himalaya

Darwin CBD
Spice of Himalaya

Amma's Cafe

Darwin CBD
Sri Lankan$$$$
Amma's Cafe
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    Thai-style Asian restaurants in Darwin

    Darwin's Asian restaurants are no slouch when it comes to Thai cuisine. One of the most visually striking is Green Chillies on Finniss Street, thanks to its interior of colourfully painted carvings. Here you can feast on potato dumplings, chilli oysters, red and green curries and other dishes steeped in ginger, lime and soy sauce. Then there are places such as Thailicious on Mitchell Street, serving evocatively named specials such as Tuk Tuk chicken (a sweet and hot curry dish) and Crying Tiger (rump steak marinated in a red wine sauce so fiery it brings tears to the eyes).
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    Asian restaurants in Darwin offering Japanese cuisine

    Nor is there any shortage in Darwin of Asian restaurants with a Japanese theme. Mr Sushi on Smith Street and Chakoro on Knuckey Street are just two of the venues in the city centre offering a broad selection of sashimi (sliced raw fish) and nigiri (raw fish on rice). If sushi isn't your thing, try the miso soup, inari (deep-fried tofu) or duck rolls. These places use Tasmanian salmon and prime ingredients from Darwin's plethora of local small producers to create their delicately balanced recipes.
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    Other Asian restaurants in Darwin

    You'll find some lesser-known types of Asian cooking in Darwin's restaurants too. For instance, Spice of Himalaya on Mitchell Street specialises in Nepalese cuisine. Some of the region's recipes such as gulab jamun (a dessert made from balls of milky syrup) date back over 500 years. Typical starters and mains include singada (spicy vegetable pastries), sukuti (fried dehydrated beef) and char-grilled lamb and chicken served with yoghurt-based sauces. For something more familiar, there are also reliable Indian eateries like Tandoori Vibes on Smith Street.