10 Asian Restaurants in Wollongong

Discover Wollongong’s Asian restaurants

Wollongong is a great place to sample some of the finest food Asia has to offer. With New South Wales enjoying the benefits of decades of immigration, and with Wollongong enjoying cultural links to Asia – such as its Japanese sister city, Kawasaki – this is definitely a place that knows how to do Asian food. Whether it's Japanese sushi, Vietnamese pho, Indian curries or something else you'd like, Wollongong's Asian restaurants are perfect, no matter your preference.

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Illnara Korean Restaurant

City Centre
Korean$$$$
5.5/66
Illnara Korean Restaurant

Dragon Bay Asian Fusion

Thirroul
Asian Fusion$$$$
6.0/61
Dragon Bay Asian Fusion

T's Kopitiam Malaysian Restaurant

City Centre
Asian$$$$
T's Kopitiam Malaysian Restaurant
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Alphabet St.

Cronulla
Asian$$$$
5.7/669
Alphabet St.

Blue Eye Dragon

Pyrmont
Taiwanese$$$$
5.6/6157
Blue Eye Dragon

Dumplings and Beer

Potts Point
Asian$$$$
5.6/643
Dumplings and Beer

Chinta Kechil

Double Bay
Malaysian$$$$
5.6/632
Chinta Kechil

Berempah Malaysian Street Food

Willoughby
Malaysian$$$$
5.0/616
Berempah Malaysian Street Food

Chinta Ria Mood for Love

Sydney CBD
Malaysian$$$$
5.0/699
Chinta Ria Mood for Love

Solo Newtown

Newtown
Indonesian$$$$
5.6/617
Solo Newtown
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    Sample a variety of dishes at Asian restaurants in Wollongong

    While Wollongong might be a relatively small city with a population of just under 300,000, it certainly punches above its weight when it comes to culinary diversity. If you like classic Korean food for example, dishes like bibimbap (bowl of rice, seasoned vegetables, chilli, soy, kimchi, meat or tofu and a fried egg) and Korean-style fried chicken are on offer here. Or, if you'd prefer something a little lighter, then you can opt for a classic noodle soup filled with herbs, meat or fish and vegetables that certainly hits the spot, just nicely.
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    Don't forget dessert and drinks at Wollongong's Asian restaurants

    Many Asian countries have a long history of growing and drinking tea, which means there's a great selection of beverages to try at Wollongong's Asian restaurants. At T's Kopitiam on Keira Street, a classic sweetened milk tea is ideal after a chilli king prawns, laksa or sizzling Mongolian tofu. If you want to try something a little more indulgent, traditional desserts such as roti pisang (deep fried banana) served with vanilla ice cream are also on the menu. Sound tempting? You might want to get booking with Quandoo then.
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    Stay central when visiting Wollongong's Asian restaurants

    When planning an evening out, the last thing you want to do is worry about getting home. Thankfully, many of Wollongong's Asian restaurants are located on main streets like Keira and Crown Streets, so you’ll be right in the thick of it all. What's more, this makes Wollongong's Asian restaurants ideal if you're heading for an evening out at the Illawarra Performing Arts Centre or Wollongong Town Hall.