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Taiwanese Restaurants in Sydney

 Enjoy diversity in Sydney's Taiwanese restaurants

As one of Australia's most lively and bustling cities, Sydney is a melting pot of cultures and cuisines. And when you zero in on Sydney's Taiwanese restaurants, there's no shortage of diversity. Whether you'd like to sample the flavours of traditional Taiwanese cuisine, enjoy Taiwanese meat and seafood dishes like garlic sea bass or beef noodle soup, or simply want to try Taiwanese takes on western dishes, there's something for everyone.

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Blue Eye Dragon

Pyrmont
Asian$$$$
5.6/6115

Dumplings and Beer

Potts Point
Asian$$$$
5.6/638

Alphabet St.

Cronulla
Asian$$$$
5.9/69
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South East Asian Tapas

Cronulla
Asian$$$$
5.3/631

The Grasshopper Bar

Sydney CBD
Asian
5.6/614

LL Wine & Dine

Potts Point
Asian
4.6/618

Wooden Spice

North Curl Curl
Asian$$$$
5.8/64

Silver Spoon Bistro - The Lakes Hotel

Rosebery
Asian
4.8/64

Miss Hu Vietnamese and Asian Cuisine

Dulwich Hill
Asian$$$$
5.0/67

Huong Huong Restaurant

Marrickville
Asian$$$$
5.0/61

Double U Kitchen

Sylvania
Asian
5.0/61

Granny's Noodle

Burwood
Asian
4.2/65

Mamasan - Surry Hills

Surry Hills
Asian$$$$

Mamasan - Bondi

Bondi
Asian$$$$

Chickilicious Australia

Haymarket
Asian$$$$

Mekong Noodle Bar - Marrickville

Marrickville
Asian$$$$

Foogoo Restaurant

Lane Cove
Asian$$$$

House of Canton

Hornsby
Asian
5.2/65

Origin Dining

Willoughby
Asian
5.7/69

The Burman Kitchen

Granville
Asian$$$$
6.0/61
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    Visit Chinatown for some of Sydney's best Taiwanese restaurants

    Since the 1920s, Sydney's Chinatown has had its home around Dixon Street in Haymarket and is one of the best spots in the city for sampling authentic Taiwanese food. If you're a fan of comfort food, Chickilicious on Harbour Street is the place to be. You can enjoy classic dishes like BBQ schnitzel with rice, or if you're feeling more adventurous why not try the chocolate schnitzel? And if you're a vegetarian or simply don't fancy chicken, there's plenty of Taiwanese alternatives here, like golden fried green beans or crispy fried BBQ tofu.
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    Be inspired at Taiwanese restaurants in Sydney

    Why not combine your visit to Sydney's Taiwanese restaurants with a dash of culture or a night out? There's long been a strong cultural connection between Taiwan and Sydney which is evident with the Taiwan Festival held on Sydney's North Shore every September. Not only is this a good opportunity to enjoy Taiwanese culture, it's also a chance to sample top food from Taiwanese restaurants in some of Sydney's most gorgeous suburbs like Waitara or Killara. If you're heading for an evening out on the North Shore, starting with a meal at one of Sydney's Taiwanese restaurants is a great idea.
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    Book Sydney's Taiwanese restaurants ahead to avoid disappointment

    Given the popularity of Taiwanese culture in Sydney, the restaurants here tend to get booked up quite quickly. Especially busy at popular times like evenings and weekends, it's definitely worth booking in advance to avoid disappointment. With Quandoo, you can easily book online without having to worry about calling ahead. Just take a look at our menu highlights, location information, diner reviews and more, then make your decision.