This Tonglexuan is very famous in the Chinese community in Sydney. They specialize in Cantonese cuisine and also have seafood. If you eat both, it is not cheap per capita. We consume nearly 300 per capita in RMB. But the taste is more authentic.
Just beside the train station. Close to Hyde Park. The tall building here is remodeled from an old building, but the condition inside is very modern. And the local medical insurance bureau is also in this kind of building, and this restaurant is on the second floor. The location is very good, right from the escalator. There are photos of various Chinese celebrities coming here to dine on the wall at the entrance. Business is very good at noon. There are many foreigners who work here and come here for lunch. It seems that foreigners also like Cantonese dim sum. It is Cantonese cuisine. The taste of tea is quite satisfactory. The portion is pretty good.
Very modern Chinese cuisine. It is said to be Cantonese cuisine and there are many Cantonese waiters. The Cantonese cuisine here is not the Cantonese style, but rather similar to the Cantonese cuisine in Hong Kong. It incorporates a lot of Western food.
Very authentic Hong Kong-style restaurant with many varieties of morning tea and good taste
A well-known Cantonese teahouse in Sydney. The location was a bit difficult to find. We went in from the entrance next to the post office and fumbled all the way up. It is recommended to go in the morning, in line with the habit of Cantonese people to drink morning tea. The floor is relatively spacious and clean, the refreshments are authentic, and the waiters can speak Cantonese, but they are a bit lazy and indifferent, and they are also very old Cantonese style. The classic Cantonese styles such as Shrimp Dumpling King, Pancake, Crab Siu Mai, and Rice Noodles are all worth trying.
Tong Le Xuan is a Cantonese restaurant located in the heart of Sydney, not far from China Town. This restaurant is so popular that it is always full of guests. The various Cantonese dishes and dim sum provided by the restaurant are very authentic and taste good. The service is relatively good, and the price seems to be slightly more expensive than the Cantonese restaurant in Chinatown.