10 Restaurants in Wollongong: Chinese

Enjoy traditional dishes in Chinese restaurants in Wollongong

Nestled between the mountains and the sea, Wollongong, also known as 'the Gong', is scenic and filled with spectacular sights that include sandy beaches, secret coves and the oldest Buddhist temple in the Southern Hemisphere. However, it’s also a great city to enjoy authentic fare at Wollongong's collection of Chinese restaurants. A Chinese community has been an important element of Wollongong's history since the beginning of the last century and locals of Chinese descent call the city the 'Dark Dragon Ridge'. It’s no surprise then that Chinese restaurants in Wollongong offer an authentic taste experience grounded with tradition.

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Happy Panda

Cronulla
Chinese$$$$
5.7/634
Happy Panda

Dumplings and Beer

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

Blue Fish

Darling Harbour
Australian$$$$
5.2/661
Blue Fish
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Fortune Village

Sydney CBD
Chinese
5.6/639
Fortune Village

China Chilli Chatswood

Chatswood
Chinese$$$$
4.7/633
China Chilli Chatswood

Imperial Peking - Blakehurst

Blakehurst
Chinese$$$$
4.9/626
Imperial Peking - Blakehurst

Szechuan Garden

St Leonards
Chinese$$$$
5.5/622
Szechuan Garden

The Royal Oak Hotel - Double Bay

Double Bay
Drinks$$$$
4.7/616
The Royal Oak Hotel - Double Bay
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King Dynasty

Chatswood
Chinese$$$$
5.3/63
King Dynasty
New

Spice World

Haymarket
Chinese$$$$
6.0/61
Spice World
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    Take your pick from the eight different cuisines of China

    The dishes and delicacies found in Wollongong's Chinese restaurants come from a culinary culture that’s divided into eight parts: Anhui, Cantonese, Fujian, Hunan, Jiangsu, Shandong, Sichuan and Zhejiang cuisines. Each one offers its own unique blend of tastes but each one also displays a love of fresh ingredients cooked to perfection. This is what draws punters to Chinese restaurants in Wollongong with such regularity.
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    Chinese restaurants in Wollongong offer mouthwatering dishes

    Get ready to fall in love with the delicacies of each province as you select one of the Chinese restaurants in Wollongong. Perhaps you’ll sample the Sichuan speciality known as gong bao chicken with dried chilli and fried peanuts, or one of the many vegetarian dishes in the way of ma po tofu that’s available on most menus. This milky tofu is surprisingly spicy and usually blended with green onion and pepper powder.
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    Desserts galore at Wollongong's Chinese restaurants

    Chinese restaurants in Wollongong do more than cater to those with a savoury leaning. Each one also hosts a wide selection of China's most popular desserts to satisfy even the most discerning sweet tooth. Why not try some of the famous moon cake which is often filled with fresh and healthy pastes such as red bean? Meanwhile, sweet tangyuan offers a variety of different options including black sesame, mung bean and taro fillings and is a popular choice for Chinese weddings.