Sydney’s Chinatown, 96-100 Hay St, Haymarket NSW 2000, Australia
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Established in 1979, situated in the heart of Sydney’s Chinatown, Emperor’s Garden Restaurant offers the ultimate traditional, exquisite Cantonese cuisine. For over 30 years Emperor’s Garden has expended from a 80 seat small restaurant to one which contains two storeys with a total seating of 350. Emperor’s Garden’s is one of the oldest Chinese family based companies in Sydney. Over the years it has grown into a multiple food outlet in Chinatown. Other businesses we have: Emperor’s Garden Cake & Bakery; Emperor’s Garden BBQ & Noodles Restaurant; Emperor’s Garden Meat Market and also Emperor’s Garden Soya Bean Products.
Emperor’s Garden Restaurant
Established in 1979, situated in the heart of Sydney’s Chinatown, Emperor’s Garden Restaurant offers the ultimate traditional, exquisite Cantonese cuisine.
Seriously, I have been craving this all week long! Picked up my takeaway box of soya chicken rice from #emporersgardenbbq
Let me just say, this was hands down the best serve of soy chicken I’ve ever had… Ever! This is why, I’m kinda fussy about my soya chicken. Firstly tonight I was granted my request for breast chicken meat… not always available from the usually militant person behind the counter, kinda like the episode from Seinfeld ‘No soup for you’. To be fair I guess They don’t always like to break up a whole chicken. My serve of soya breast chicken was super tender, with its signature deep flavour of soy! (Compared to others that were like eating cardboard with non existent flavour). The meal was served on a fluffy bed of seasoned rice, asian greens, with the perfect amount of ginger & shallots, all the stars was aligned making it this the perfect serving!
I’m still basking in the glow of this dish… I was in my happy place
Soul of Chinatown
Hanging ducks, chickens, pork and sausages in shopfront windows – it’s synonymous with Chinatowns all over the world, and Sydney is no exception. There aren’t many of these shops left in Chinatown these days, but Emperor’s Garden BBQ and Noodles is still going strong, and celebrates its 30th anniversary this year. It’s run by the Yee family (who also own Emperor’s Garden Restaurant and the Bakery on Dixon Street) and founded by patriarch Stanley Yee OAM. They’re open for takeaway, and we can’t wait to drop in to eat in again. Thank you for letting us take these pics – wait until you see the downstairs kitchen where they roast the meat!
What’s your favourite Cantonese bbq order?
Emperor’s Garden Restaurant
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96-100 Hay St, Haymarket NSW 2000, Australia