Live Work Play: Welcome To Haymarket

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Welcome Kit Essential Contacts LIVE WORK PLAY What’s On Member’s Directory Map of Haymarket

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Thinking of starting a new business? 20

24 HOURS In Haymarket


Grab Your Chopsticks! 24

Creative Twins, Sally & Stella Leung 32

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Welcome to Haymarket Welcome to Haymarket and to our third edition of the Haymarket Live Work Play Guide 2016. This latest and larger edition of the local Haymarket Guide provides an insight into the local culture, essential information about how to do business and be a part of the community while also outlining the diverse and exciting range of shops, restaurants and entertainment venues in the area. Haymarket has been experiencing a period of significant changes over the last twelve months and this will continue over the next four to five years as the area is transformed with the development of Darling Square and the construction of the Light Rail. These changes present both challenges and opportunities for Haymarket Chamber of Commerce as we steer the way in strengthening the continued growth for Haymarket whilst maintaining the cultural and historical values that are so intrinsic to the area. 2016 will be the first year we launch Dixon Street’s ‘Market of Lights’ to celebrate the Chinese New Year of the Red Fire Monkey and most significantly, it marks the 10th anniversary for Haymarket Chamber of Commerce as we continue our commitment to support, represent and welcome over 3000 businesses, 15,000 residents and over 1.2 million visitors to this rich diverse precinct that represents over a century of trade, commerce and culture between China and Australia.

Haymarket has been experiencing a period of significant changes over the last twelve months and this will continue over the next four to five years Haymarket’s historical and cultural elements featuring the country’s largest Chinatown, Thaitown and Koreatown creates one of the most culturally exciting and popular global destinations. We hope that you will find the latest edition of the Haymarket Live Work Play Welcome Guide to be informative as well as fascinating and that you will agree that Haymarket is the best place to Live, Work and Play.

Simon Chan President, Haymarket Chamber of Commerce 1

Welcome to Haymarket and our diverse community of residents, students, visitors and businesses. Our local community welcomes people from many different backgrounds across many diverse cultures. Life’s Essentials In celebrating and valuing our growing multicultural community we encourage participation in creating a safe, healthy, sustainable and vibrant precinct. As a cohesive diverse community, Haymarket promotes respect and understanding with the people who live, work and visit the area. We’ve listed some essential contacts to find out more about how you can participate in the local community. You can contact the Sydney CBD Neighbourhood Service Centre customer service staff about rate payments, building, planning and development applications and information, reporting waste and graffiti, permits and notifications, Council papers, as well as other services.  City of Sydney Council Town Hall House Level 2, 456 Kent Street Sydney NSW 2000 9265 9333 2

Police  Sydney City Police 192 Day St, Sydney (02) 9265 6499 In an emergency, call 000

Health & Medical  Haymarket Medical 5/650 George St Haymarket 9283 2808  Sussex Medical Centre 5/403 Sussex St Haymarket 9281 3822  Sydney Central Medical 306/451 Pitt St Sydney 9212 3953  Chinese Ginseng & Herbs 75-77 Ultimo Rd Haymarket 9212 4397


75-77 ULTIMO ROAD, HAYMARKET | (02) 9212 4397 Groceries & Other Essentials  New Yen Yen Supermarket & Liquor 9/8 Quay St, Haymarket

 Pontip Fruit & Veg 14 Campbell St

 Miracle Supermarkets Ground Floor, World Square 644 George St, Sydney  Market City 9-13 Hay Street, Haymarket 9288 8900  Red Bottle 374 Sussex St 382 Pitt St 04/9-13 Hay St

 Emperor’s Garden BBQ & Meat Market 211-215 Thomas St

 Green Valley Spices Stand 714-715, Market City

 Haymarket Seafood 9-13 Hay St

 Smile Koreea Mart 636 George St, Sydney

 Jarern Chai Thai Grocer 425 Pitt St Haymarket

 Ho’s Dim Sum Kitchen 429A Pitt St

 Thai Kee IGA R101, Market City 9-13 Hay St

 Woolworths 61-79 Quay Street

 Dong Nam A 14 Campbell St, Haymarket  G3 Korean Groceries 14 George St, Haymarket

Immigration  Abacus Immigration Lawyers 51 Albion St, Surry Hills 9281 6888  Global-Edu.Imm.Law Jiande Building 3, 401 Sussex St, Sydney 9746 4500

Real Estate  P&G Mode Realty 431 Sussex St, Haymarket 9281 9999  SKW Property Suite 1, 1 Marys Place Surry Hills 9211 5822


“The new Chinatown is a dynamic global space, an experiment in the new economic relationships between China and Australia and in new urban lifestyles” ­— Located on the cusp of Sydney’s CBD and surrounded by Australia’s leading educational institutions, Haymarket is an iconic cultural hub within 100 metres of Central station. Its 16,000 residents include students, professionals and young couples from China, Indonesia, Thailand, Japan, Korea and Hong Kong just to name a few. The cultural blend of the area’s visitors and residents makes Haymarket the most vibrant and diverse destination throughout Sydney’s CBD with over 200 restaurants, boutique retail outlets, major shopping centres, street markets, nightlife, and entertainment venues. Voted Australia’s most walkable neighbourhood Voted the most walkabout suburb in Australia by, Haymarket offers a unique mix of dining, shopping and culture all a leisurely stroll away. The best place to eat With hundreds of restaurants and all manner of cuisines on offer, it’s no surprise that NSW Tourism declared Haymarket as the most popular precinct in Sydney for food and dining.

Rich in arts & culture NSW Tourism also declared Haymarket as Sydney’s most popular destination for art and culture as well as one of the top three most visited areas for shows and events. Australia’s biggest Chinatown Haymarket also includes Australia’s largest Chinatown, plus the emerging Thaitown and Koreatown areas. It is also the top precinct in Australia for migrants (Source: ABS) Haymarket is growing One of Sydney’s fastest growing suburbs, Haymarket is home to around 16000 residents (Source: ABS). 99.5% of Haymarket residents live in an apartment, flat or unit, and 30% live in group households.

A typical Haymarket resident is around 27 years of age and unmarried. Close to 70% of Haymarket residents have never married, however 56% are couples without children. The most common countries of birth for Haymarket residents are China (18%) and Thailand (15%), with 10% born here in Australia. Other common countries of birth include Indonesia, Korea and Hong Kong. Most Haymarket households are multi-lingual, with only 16% of people speaking only English at home. The most commonly spoken languages include Mandarin and Cantonese, Thai, Bahasa Indonesian and English. 56% of Haymarket residents are undertaking some form of study, most commonly in a tertiary or technical college. 14% of Haymarket residents own their homes, while about 64% are renting.

Arts & Culture Haymarket is diverse and culturally rich. Here are few recommendations that you’ll want to consider during your visit: Golden Water Mouth The breathtaking sculpture, standing at 10.7 metres high, is of a yellow-box eucalyptus tree, partly covered with 23-carat gold leaf, and stands on the corner of Hay and Sussex Streets. A symbolic entry point to Chinatown, this work incorporates Chinese Feng Shui principles and Australian native materials; the tree, gold, earth, and water. In Between Two Worlds By day, the blue cloud pattern painted and etched on the wall and floor murals of Kimber Lane is visibly symbolic of never-ending fortune. By night, the 30 overhanging ‘spirit’ figures add to the dreamlike atmosphere of the space – inviting visitors and illuminating their walk with an enchanting blue glow. With themes inspired by artist Jason Wing’s mixed Chinese and Aboriginal heritage, In Between Two Worlds is a culturally inclusive space which pays homage to our past, present and future ancestors. 6

4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art 4A fosters excellence and innovation in contemporary Asian and Australian culture through research, documentation, development, discussion and presentation of contemporary art. Capitol Theatre Sydney’s beautiful Capitol Theatre is a world-class host to theatre, musicals and ballet. Monkey Baa One of Australia’s flagship touring theatre companies, with a national reputation for creating quality theatre for young people and their families. What’s On Stage Interested in seeing a Play? Find a list of current shows, theatres, session times and last-minute tickets.

Mikala Tai Director, 4A Centre For Contemporary Asian Art What is your background? I’m half Chinese and grew up in Hong Kong. I came to Australia to study arts at Melbourne Uni, then did my PHD at UNSW. You’ve recently become director at 4A I’ve always wanted to work with 4A, I’ve been working with contemporary Asian art for over a decade now, so it’s really nice to be here. It was a big challenge relocating from Melbourne and starting a new job simultaneously, but in some ways getting thrown in the deep end has been a really good way to get to know the business. What is coming up at 4A in 2016? 2016 Will celebrate 20 years since the founding of 4A. 4A Began on Sussex Street as the Asian-Australian Artists Association, as a response to Pauline Hanson’s maiden speech and the climate of anti-multiculuralism of that time, and for our 20th Anniversary we are looking at those ideas and what has — or hasn't — changed since then. There will be a large focus on themes of migration and multiculturalism. We are also celebrating Sydney’s Sister City relationship with Guangzhou,

I’m a massive walker so I really enjoy this area — there’s a lot to see with works showing in both cities. So you’re new here — what are your first impressions about Haymarket? I’m a massive walker so I really enjoy this area — there’s a lot to see. I like to see how the city links up, there’s so much art stuff going on it’s kind of impossible to keep up with. I really like the Chinese Garden of Friendship, it’s beautiful — it’s like a little oasis in the middle of the city. My mum used to take me there when I was little. Any hot tips for a bite to eat in the area? Here at 4A we’re all a bit obsessed with Boon Cafe on Pitt Street. It’s an upmarket fancy Thai market, and they also do food. They do a massive bowl of noodles for only $5 from 2 until midnight — we often all end up there after we’ve been working late. Find information on 4A’s upcoming exhibitions at

Hello, My Darling! The Darling Harbour Transformation Project is the most exciting face-lift Darling Harbour has seen in the last 25 years. The 20-hectare, $3.4 billion transformation will create a new city neighbourhood: Darling Square. Along with reinvigorated public spaces, the project includes a luxury hotel, a new International Convention Centre, a new boulevard and improved public walkways for the community. The enriched public space will have new places for people to play, relax and come together with family and friends. More trees and vegetation will be planted amid iconic art installations and a celebration of Darling Harbour’s water story – all weaved into the area’s rich heritage. Work is underway. The new public spaces will open in stages. A renewed Tumbalong Park has been expanded by 3 square kilometres (pictured). It’s a key meeting place in the precinct, it has already reopened and it’s an amazing space. The new stage, to be positioned at the southern edge of the green, will host different cultural and celebratory events. The new paths will allow easy access to Tumbalong Place, The Boulevard and the CBD through Darling Quarter. Darling Square will house around 4,000 8

residents including 1,000 students and 2,500 workers with easy access to everything this new area offers. A quarter of Darling Square is public space. New laneways, streets, retail outlets and cafes are part of the design and a new boulevard will link the harbour to Quay Street. Features such as, continuing Little Hay Street will encourage an easier flow through Chinatown and Darling Square with more open spaces. The first residents will move into Darling Square in 2017. • There will be a new city Square in the Darling Square development which will be the size of Martin Place between George and Pitt Streets. • Darling Square will be home to around 4,000 residents and about 2,500 workers • The new Boulevard is 20 metres wide • Tumbalong Park will be expanded by 3,000 square metres • ICC Sydney Hotel will have approximately 600 rooms • This project will create about 3,700 jobs during construction with sustainable employment for 4,000 people.




Chinese immigrants

Chinese shops and

begin settling in the

cookhouses begin to

area now known as

populate Goulburn, Pitt,

The Rocks

and Campbell Streets



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Chinese immigrants

Brickfield Hill west of Darling

begin migrating and

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as a site for cattle and corn

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markets, earning the name

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City of Sydney

Chinatown revitalisation

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includes safety and traffic

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upgrades to Thomas Street,

Domain Strategy

and garden installations

shows by Cold Chisel

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2009 Golden Water Mouth is unveiled on Hay Street

2013 In Between Two Worlds opens on Kimber Lane

December 2015 George Street closes between Market and Park streets as light rail construction begins

2012 Little Hay Street,


Factory Street and

Light Rail

Kimber Lane are upgraded with widened foot paths for 10

the comfort of visitors.

upgrades announced

and Elton John

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Market City opens

The White Australia

and Paddy’s markets

Policy is lifted, and investors

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from South East Asia migrate to Sydney and begin buying property down Dixon Street, revitalizing the area

1988 Chinese Garden of Friendship opens to the public . Construction of

1980 Dixon Street becomes

Market City begins

Sydney’s official Chinatown and is recognized by the Sydney City Council. Dixon Street business owners commission the construction of the famed

1983 Sydney Entertainment Centre opens, replacing Sydney Stadiums

ceremonial archways


January 2016 Demolition of Sydney Entertainment Centre begins to make way for Darling Square


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September 2016 Completion of the first pedestrian zone in George Street, between King and Market street



2019 Construction complete and Light Rail service becomes fully operational 2017

First residents begin moving into Darling Square

2020 Darling Square is due for completion

Over the next 3 years Haymarket will experience a historic transformation with investment, tourism and local and international population growth. Haymarket’s evolution from its traditional rise as Sydney’s Chinatown to an expanding precinct that will see new infrastructure, increased public transport and new residential and commercial developments will become one the most innovative and culturally diverse metropolis of South East Asia. 11

HAYMARKET MEANS BUSINESS Haymarket hosts nearly 50,000 workers in over 3,000 trades. Its top earners range from retail and personal services including restaurants, banking and a variety of professional services. Haymarket’s easy accessibility caters to drivers with its access to secure off-street parking. It’s a great place to enjoy breakfast, lunch, and late night dining for its combination of employees, residents and visitors. Its commercial success is owed to its substantial foot traffic which gifts Haymarket with ever-growing economic opportunity. Sydney’s largest business precinct outside of the CBD Haymarket is home to around 2500 businesses, employing around 50,000 people and representing 13% of Sydney’s total workforce.

A retail hotspot NSW Tourism named Haymarket as the most popular precinct for shoppers — the retail and personal services sector making up around 22% of Haymarket’s total workforce. One of Sydney’s most popular tourist desinations NSW Tourism declared Haymarket one of Sydney’s top 3 tourist desinations. Over 2.5 million visitors pass through Haymarket each year.

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Retail & Personal Services Hospitality, Food & Drink Professional & Business Services Tourism & culture Finance

9% 19% 16%

Haymarket is an important base for many companies trading in Australia and Asia. Haymarket’s top 3 industries are retail and personal services, hospitality and professional business services. Haymarket’s top industries by number of employeees are professional and business services, government, ICT, finance and hospitality. Only around 14% of Haymarket’s buildings contain residential dwellings, with the rest being dedicated to business. 37% of Haymarket residents walk to work each day. While only 63% of Haymarket residents own a car, there are over 20,000 parking spots across the suburb. Approximately 82% of Haymarket’s employees work in full-time positions with around 18% in casual or part-time roles.

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Peter Wong Director, P&G Mode Realty

What is your background? I am 3rd generation Australian-born Chinese, and now with a son also born in Australia, making him 4th generation. What is your connection to Haymarket? Since childhood I have spent time in Haymarket - I would come to Chinatown and visit the markets with my grandfather, and play in the shops where he would frequent. Through my high school years I would continue to visit Chinatown (when jigging school). On weekends I would go to the ACCA club house (Australia Chinese Community Association) where with group of friends we started a community youth group organising events such as dances, fashion parades and dragon boat races. Tell us a bit about P&G Mode Realty P&G Mode Realty was established in 1995 as a boutique real estate agency in Haymarket / Chinatown, with a particular emphasis on customer service and extensive experience in local property sales and leasing. We are a very personal service agency, offering residential sales, leasing and ‘hands-on’ property management for apartments and houses. 14

As many locals have travelled to or lived in Asia, they want the same diversity and vibrancy, dining and shopping experiences here at home From a business perspective, what is it that drew you to set up in Haymarket? For my particular of business real estate it’s about people buying property to live in or as a form of investment - I found that the area of Haymarket/Chinatown would be able to offer and satisfy this criteria for many. I have also had the opportunity to meet so many interesting people from all walks of life, and there is never a dull moment in this area. What do you feel is unique about Haymarket that attracts your clients? As many local people have travelled, lived and live in Asia, they want the same diversity and vibrancy, dining and shopping experiences, and mysterious cultural

traditions here at home – the Haymarket area is only a short distance to some of Sydney’s more cosmopolitan suburbs and landmarks. You’ve just released a P&G mobile app The majority of our clientele are constantly on their smartphones, so we decided to tap into this. It’s been effective as the interface is easy to use — everybody is used to doing things from their phone now, and it’s almost instantaneous. Some websites can be very clunky on the phone, so we found an app was the best way to offer service to people who are on the go. It’s been a succesful move for driving new business into P&G so far, a lot of new inquiries are coming through the app instead of our website. With the rejuvenation of Chinatown underway, what will this major change mean for local businesses? Unfortunately, before being able to enjoy the pleasure and benefits of this the massive projects of the Sydney Light Rail and Darling square will cause much pain to the businesses that require visitor and pedestrian traffic. Through the Chamber of Commerce we have been working with various government authorities to try different programs to maintain the momentum and interest in the area during this difficult period. I just hope that many of the retailers can trade through this period. What advice do you have for those looking to buy, rent or sell in the area? Find the right property agents that know and understand the dynamics of this exciting precinct. Visit P&G Mode online at: Download P&Gs mobile app: (iPhone) (Android)

P&G Mode is celebrating over 2 decades of quality service in Haymarket. Our team of industry-trained professionals are dedicated to delivering exceptional service, with a focus on results. Our friendly staff can cater to English, Cantonese and Mandarin speakers. Whether you’re looking to invest in the area, buy, rent or sell — or simply need advice, give P&G Mode a call today. 15 9281 9999

With the arrival of capital rich companies from China and thousands of students, Haymarket is

George Wing Kee HCC Co-Founder How long have you been doing business in Haymarket and what drew you to the area? My son Peter invited me to join his real estate business in Haymarket after selling the family food businesses in Zetland. I have been involved with P&G Mode Realty over 18 years. How has Haymarket changed over the years? In 1948 when I first came to Haymarket with my dad to buy produce at the Markets. The area was a hectic mix of Chinese and Italian market gardeners heckling, pushing loads of cabbages, celery, bags of potatoes... orderly confusion and congestion. Now, half a century later, we rub shoulders with bankers, financiers, property developers and tourists from all over the world. Could you describe the kind of businesses and people the area attracts? In the past, cookhouses run by families from the Southern Province of Guangdong served

Download HCC’s new Chinatown app Experience your very own cultural and historical 'digital' walking tour of Chinatown, based on George Wing Kee’s famous walking tours. Use the app to explore the many local delights and features of the area Download for iPhone: Download for Android:

entering a new phase the mainly Chinese locals. Now, food remains a dominant attraction to Chinatown, and with all the many cultures the area attracts, these originally small stores have become empires. Businesses in the area range from crafts to clothing, IT and supermarkets. With the arrival of capital rich companies from China and thousands of students, Haymarket is entering a new phase and a new society. How would you describe HCC? This year celebrates our 10th anniversary. HCC has been an outstanding beacon in Chinatown, a voice where needed, a responsible citizen with a Committee very dedicated to growing its respectability and influence in the wider community. What do you see happening in 2016? In 2016 HCC’s program will involve tourism initiatives, business & cultural events, networking and working with other key groups. With mammoth developments surrounding Chinatown, we need to be proactive and vigilant.

Join George for one of his famous walking tours of Chinatown George Wing Kee conducts Chinatown walking tours throughout Haymarket, giving his personal insights into the rich historical and cultural sites throughout the area. George has shared his tours with hundreds of tour groups with a single walking tour attracting up to 70 people. When? 30th April & 15th May. The walk starts at 10.30am and ends by midday Where? Tour group to meet outside Capitol Theatre, Campbell St. Haymarket. Bookings are essential, please email

Thinking About Starting A Business in Haymarket? There are over 2 million small businesses in Australia, and around 35% of those are based in New South Wales As thriving business hub, Haymarket is teeming with opportunities across a variety of sectors. If you’re considering starting a new business in Haymarket, we’ve compiled a brief outline of the steps you need to get up and running. 1. 2.

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Put together your business plan Assess the Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunites and Threats found in your business plan and decide if the business is viable Research if your industry requires special licences, permits or registrations Decide the structure of your business — will you be a sole trader or a company? Do you need to register for GST? Research and purchase insurance for your company — it is illegal to run a business without the neccessary insurances Research how you will market your company — have you thought about branding? A website? Social media? Join the local business chamber, Haymarket Chamber of Commerce and attend one of their functions to make some new contacts

For everything you need to know about setting up and maintaining a business visit the Australian government’s business website: For more information about the Haymarket Chamber of Commerce, visit


HAYMARKET’S PLAYGROUND Annually 2.5 million visitors enjoy Haymarket’s cultural attractions, which includes entertainment venues such as the Capitol Theatre, the 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, Lend Lease Darling Quarter Theatre and a variety of art & sculptures are scattered throughout its landscape. Its historical roots began when a community of farmers planted their cultural seeds and today it is one of Sydney’s most lively and eclectic suburbs. Throbbing with diversity, Haymarket hosts the largest Chinese New Year Celebration in the southern hemisphere and its hidden specialty boutiques are an inexhaustive source of pleasure for shoppers and lovers of fine cuisine. Whether you want to wind down at an outdoor restaurant or start an evening of karaoke-fueled fun and night clubbing, Haymarket’s diverse range of entertainment options set the stage for an exciting atmospehere.


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Haymarket is a pretty easy place to explore — it was voted Australia’s most walkable suburb. But just in case you’re stuck for what to do, we’ve a couple of ideas to get you started...

Time for an afternoon snack! Sushi? or something sweeter...  Gong Cha 683-689 George St Haymarket  N2 Extreme Gelato 43/1 Dixon St Haymarket  Umi Kaiten Zushi 477 Pitt Street, Haymarket

Catch a live show at the Iconic  Capitol Theatre 13 Campbell St Haymarket 20

What better start to the day than a Yum Cha breakfast? Hint: It’s more fun with friends  East Ocean Level 1/421 - 429 Sussex St, Haymarket  The Eight Market City, 9-13 Hay Street Haymarket  Emperor’s Garden 96-100 Hay St, Haymarket  Marigold Levels 4 & 5, Citymark Building, 683-689 George St Haymarket

Take in some fresh air in this idyllic hideaway from the city...  Chinese Garden of Friendship Pier St, Sydney

Take the time to Immerse yourself in some artwork  4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art 181-187 Hay St, Haymarket

You'll need it before this shopping spree! Shop til' you drop at  Market City 9-13 Hay Street, Haymarket  World Square 680 George Street Sydney  1 Dixon Shopping Centre 1 Dixon Street, Haymarket

If Theatre isn’t your thing, check out the latest blockbuster at  Event Cinemas 505/525 George St Sydney Have Andy fix you a drink at Chinatown’s first small bar  The Bear 730 George St Haymarket Then wrap up your evening with a late night dinner  Golden Century 393-399 Sussex St Haymarket  Old Town Hong Kong 10A Dixon St Haymarket


Grab Your Chopsticks! There is something indefinably special about a simple bowl of noodle soup that inspires such passion in the hearts (and bellies!) of food lovers. It’s not rare to see food lovers in heated debates on the internet over which bowl at restaurant has the crown of “Sydney’s Best”. We’re not going to get into that debate, so instead grab your chopsticks and jump on board as we take a veritable taste tour of Asia without even leaving Haymarket! Shanghai Wonton with Noodle in Soup $11.80 History: Easily one of the most famous Chinese noodle soups, each region of Chinese cuisine has its own style and flavour of wonton using different fillings. In Cantonese, wonton means ‘swallowing cloud’ named so for the way the puffy wontons float in the soup. Taste: These Shanghai style wontons have a simple but tasty pork mince filling hand wrapped in a sheet of wheat noodle, served in pork broth with extra noodles to make sure you leave with a full belly.  Old Town Hong Kong, 10A Dixon Street Haymarket Hawker Style Curry Laksa $10.80 History: Laksa is a combination of Malay and Chinese styles of cooking. There are two distinct types of Laksa, the coconut-based laksa lemak (pictured) and tamarind-based asam laksa. Laksa in Bahasa means sepuluh ribu, or “10 thousand”, a reference to the many strands of the vermicelli noodles in the dish. Taste: A rich and creamy coconut curry with just a little chilli bite. Add your choice of seafood, chicken or beef and soak up your soup with generous chunks of tofu.  Petaling Street, 760 George Street Haymarket

Yunnan Mushroom Rice Noodle Soup $13.80 History: Yunnan soup is traditionally known as ‘Crossing The Bridge Noodles’. Legend has it that the wife of a hard-working scholar devised this method of serving noodles to keep his meals warm as she delivered across the namesake bridge. Taste: Rice noodles with chicken, mushroom, quail egg and fresh spices in a delicious light broth.  Two Sticks, 694 George Street Haymarket or  61-79 Quay Street Haymarket

Dandan Mian $7.50 History: Sichuanese street food. Traditionally, vendors carry two pots on a pole over their shoulder, one for water and one for the noodles and ingredients and shout “Dandan Mien”, which means Dandan noodles. Taste: This one is for the chilli lovers — wheat noodles and pork mince served in a tongue tingling broth of chilli oil and Sichuan pepper is guaranteed to leave your mouth numb, in the most delicious way possible.  Red Chilli Sichuan, Level 1/8 Dixon Street Haymarket

Pork Rib Ramen $20 History: Ramen noodles came to Japan from China early in the 20th Century. The first specialist ramen shop opened in Yokahama in 1910. Most regions of Japan have their own style of Ramen. Taste: Chewy hand-cut wheat noodles in thick, hearty soup made from chicken and pork bones. Bamboo, shallots and mushrooms accompany a monstrous rack of pork ribs.  Ramen Ikkyu, Sussex Centre Food Court Shop F1A, Level 1, 401 Sussex St Haymarket

Tom Yum Super Nova $7 History: Tom Yum is one of Thailand’s most famous recipes, a fragrant hot and sour soup infused with fish stock and fresh veges and spices. Taste: Fish sauce, lemongrass, lime and chilli give Tom Yum it’s distinct hot and sour taste. Dodee Paideng is infamous for its’ 7 levels of spicy Tom Yum. Level 3 (Lava) is already appropriately named, so if you’re going to take on the Level 7 (Super Nova, pictured) you had best be feeling brave.  Dodee Paideng, 37 Ultimo Road Haymarket

Phó Bò Tai $9 History: A Vietnamese staple, Pho is influenced by Vietnamese, French & Chinese cuisines. The name Pho (it’s pronounced fuhh) is believed to have originated from the French word feu, meaning fire. Taste: Rice noodles and thin rare beef slices in a sweet, light & fragrant beef broth with hints of ginger, onion, lime, basil and coriander.  Bò 7 Món Thanh Tâm, Market City Food Court 9-13 Hay Street, Haymarket


Creative Twins Sally & Stella Leung What is your background? Sally: We are first generation Australians — our parents migrated here from Hong Kong when we were around a year old What do you do? Stella: I’m an exhibiting artist and commercial illustrator Sally: I design jewellery for my label Lyleu Tell us more about your work Stella: I have exhibited at several local galleries such as Good Space, Kind Of, The Tate and Bow & Arrow. Some of my illustration clients include The Sydney Opera House and SBS. Sally: Lyleu is a jewellery label I founded in 2014. All jewellery is handmade by me using sterling silver, leather, and occasionally gemstones, which are sourced from Australia and overseas. The aesthetic style of Lyleu usually consists of minimalistic, simple forms, combined with intricate details and a monochromatic colour palette.


Where do you find your inspiration? Sally: When I was about 14 years old, I started collecting rings that I found on my trip back home to Hong Kong. I loved seeing intricately designed rings and would spend ages looking at each shelf in a store to see what stood out. I still view jewellery as miniature sculpture as opposed to just being wearable things. Stella: Riot girl style, music and film, horror movies. Also children’s books and comics — I love Charles Burns’ work. We all know of the stereotypes about Asian parents — was there pressure to become a doctor instead of a creative career? Stella: I think our parents kind of gave up on the idea of trying to make us study something academic. They always knew we were creative even as young kids so they never really pressured us to do anything different. Sally: Both parents have had their doubts about whether or not a creative path was going to work out for us, but they are so supportive of what we are doing, they’re always interested to see what we are working on. Jewellery pieces are from Lyleu’s Spring/Summer 15 Collection ‘Tremor’. Photographed at Public Style by Dakota Gordon & Aaron VIII. Sally & Stella’s portrait photographed by Wes Nel.

Our parents had their doubts about whether a creative path was going to work out, but they are so supportive of what we are doing Where is your favourite spot to hang out in Haymarket? Sally: I love eating at Chinese Noodle House on Thomas Street, I love their hand pulled noodles and special braised eggplant. Stella: Their braised eggplant is the best! Daruma has great Japanese food, and I like Arisun and Kobow for Korean food. Find Stella’s artworks at:  stellarleuna Find Sally’s Jewellery at:  lyleujewellery

Black & white illustrations are from Stellar’s solo exhibition ‘Paranoid’ at Good Space Gallery, 2015.


Chinese New Year Festival 2016 celebrates the year of the Red Fire Monkey

Haymarket is renowned for having the largest Chinese New Year’s celebration in the Southern Hemisphere, but unfortunately the traditional Chinese New Year’s parade down George Street has been cancelled for 2016 due to ongoing construction works. Fortunately, there are plenty of other cultural activities to partake in!


Feb 12 Chinese New Year Banquet 2016 is forecast to be a year of vitality, optimism and innovation for business, so join HCC as we welcome the Red Fire Monkey Year at our banquet at The Eight restaurant. Book tickets at

Jan 24 - Feb 13 Lion Dances One of the more iconic symbols of Chinese New Year celebrations, the flamboyant lion dance is an exciting spectacle. Each Saturday and Sunday a different lion dance troupe will perform and delight the crowds in Haymarket. Don’t forget your red envelope!

Feb 20-21 Dragon Boat Races For more than 2,000 years, Dragon Boat racing has had a special place in Chinese culture, with 12-metre long boats battling it out to the pounding of drums. The first races were held to commemorate Qu Yuan, the great warrior poet, who drowned himself in a river as a protest against political corruption. Today, the race represents patriotism and group integrity. The race, held at Cockle Bay Wharf must be seen for yourself!

Feb 6 Lunar Lanterns Twelve huge sculptures representing the Twelve zodiac animals will be installed around the city. Curated by Claudia Chan Shaw, the lanterns have been created by

Find out more about these and other celebrations at City of Sydney major-events/chinese-new-year-festival

Chinatown Haymarket is home to Australia’s largest Chinatown, the entry to which is marked by the iconic gates on each end of Dixon Street. A Keystone of Sydney’s Chinese community, Chinatown extends from Dixon Street to Goulburn Street through to Thomas Street and is packed full of Chinese restaurants and other Chinese-owned businesses. Friday Night Markets Chinatown’s bustling Friday Night Markets are a great way to see Chinatown, with a crowded Dixon Street full of stalls showcasing arts, crafts and fashion by local creators and delicious Asian street food. Restaurants You are spoiled for choice with dozens of Chinese restaurants to choose from. Try The Eight, East Ocean or Old Town Hong Kong for classic Cantonese fare, or if you’re feeling brave try Red Chilli Sichuan — chilli lovers only! You will also find various

regional Chinese restaurants covering many of the famous Eight cuisines of China, such as Yunnan Two Sticks and Twisted Noodle Bar, Fujian Three Lanes and Seven Alleys and Uyghur Kiroran Silk Road all within strolling distance from one-another. Dumpling lovers must try Chinese Noodle House or the world famous Din Tai Fung. Finish off your night with some karaoke, Chinese style at Dynasty Karaoke on Dixon St. 27

Thaitown Thaitown is the second Thai neighbourhood in the world to be officially recognised by its host city (following Los Angeles, California). Located along Campbell Street, it is home to authentic Thai restaurants, video stores and grocers. The biggest and most famous festival on the Thai calendar is Songkran (สงกรานต), which celebrates the Thai New Year from April 13-15. It is marked by the throwing and sprinkling of water, as a symbol of cleansing and renewal.

Thaitown must-sees Thaitown is home to several fantastic Thai restaurants, most famously hotspot Chat Thai. It’s delicious, but be prepared for the queue! @Bangkok offers authentic and extremely spicy thai flavours, while further 28

down on Quay Street you will find another crowd favourite Satang Thai. Chat Thai recently opened Thai Grocer Jarern Chai, stocking hard-to-find Thai ingredients and sporting a stylish fitout not dissimilar from an Italian-style deli. Adjoined you will also find Boon Cafe who have fast become famous for their huge $5 bowls of noodles. You will also find countless traditional Thai Massage parlours spread around the area, perfect to let off some tension.

Did you know? Sydney has Australia’s highest Thai population, of around 100,000.

The Star Hotel The Star Hotel dates back to 1877 & is one of Chinatown’s historic landmark buildings. The sounds & spirit of old & new Chinatown come alive in this pub. Surrounded by Sydney’s top Asian restaurants & entertainment venues, the Star Hotel is an ideal place to meet friends over a cold drink & enjoy top service provided by multilingual staff members. For punters looking for the latest technology wagering facilities, this is the place to have a flutter, watch live sports action & racing & play Keno. Drop in to purchase BYO drinks before dinner. Bottle shop open 7 days. Free Wi-Fi. OPEN 7 days 9am – 6am Cnr Goulburn & Sussex St, Chinatown T: (02) 9281 8343 E:

Market City Tavern Located above Sydney’s famous Paddy’s Markets, Market City Tavern offers 3 levels of entertainment in the heart of Haymarket. Quick Tab on street level is handy to bet on TAB racing, sports & Keno. Bottle shop on ground floor is open 7 days. Level 1 has a VIP room & bar where you can wager, watch sport or enjoy a beverage served by friendly Asian staff. Level 2 has a relaxing lounge bar, TAB & Keno facilities and the largest outdoor terrace in Chinatown. Smokers welcome here. Unwind with a cold drink, bet live & watch your favourite team on FOX Sports, ESPN & Sky Racing. Bottle shop open 7 days. Free Wi-Fi. OPEN Sunday to Friday 8am – 2am Saturday 6am – 6am (24 hrs) Cnr Ultimo Rd & Hay St, Haymarket T: (02) 9211 8886 E:


The Mountbatten Hotel The Mountbatten Hotel, built in 1882, provides a perfect position for people-watching, whilst enjoying a refreshing beer, wine, spirit or cocktail. View your favourite sport live on the TV. Try your luck at Keno or place a bet on the horse races or sporting events. Order a meal or snack from the bistro – offering 25 varieties of delicious burgers and nutritious wraps & salads. Don’t forget Happy Hour specials weekdays 4pm6pm & weekends 5pm-7pm. Win cash prizes at poker on Wednesday night. Bottle shop open 7 days. Free Wi-Fi. Enjoy a smoke in the new outdoor area! OPEN 7 Days 9am – 3am Cnr George St & Ultimo Rd, Haymarket T: (02) 9280 4700 E:









Triple Ace Bar

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Triple Ace Bar ticks all the boxes. Enjoy a wine or indulge in a cocktail in the stylish lounge bar. Bet live as you watch sport & racing in the sportsbar. Play Keno. Savor a cold beer with your friends in the al fresco beer garden. Live Jazz: Sunday 2pm - 6pm Poker Game: Thursday 7pm Cash Badge Draw: Sunday & Tuesday nights Happy Hour: Mon to Sat 4pm - 5.30pm Make your way upstairs to experience the ultimate Asian meal at Surry Hills Eating House,the latest addition to iconic chef, Sujet Saenkham’s, popular Spice I Am. Relish the flavours of the restaurant’s unique cuisine Southern Thai with Chinese, Malay & Indian influences. Ideal for couples or groups.

theTriplefamous “SpiceSurryI Am” restaurants Surry Ace Bar Hills Eating House Cnr Campbell & Elizabeth St Level 1, 63 Campbell St Hills Eating House or House Thai. Enjoy Surry Hills Surry Hills Tel: 9211 6888 Tel: 9212 4092 Happy Hour Monday to Saturday, 4pm – OPEN 7 DAYS 9am to 4am DINNER: from 5.30 pm 7 days Bottle Shop: 9am to 10 pm LUNCH: Coming soon 5.30pm. Weekly badge draw on Saturdays. Bottle shop open 7 days. Free Wi-Fi. OPEN Sunday to Thursday 9am – 4am Friday & Saturday 9am – 6am Cnr Campbell & Elizabeth St, Surry Hills T: (02) 9211 6888 E:

Koreatown Koreatown is abundant in Korean shops, restaurants, karaoke joints (Noraebang) and Korean barbecues (Bulgogi). Koreatown begins on Pitt Street (between Bathurst Street and Goulburn Street), and extends to Liverpool Street (between George Street and Elizabeth Streets). The Korean Cultural Centre The Korean Cultural Centre on Elizabeth street is a fantastic resource for anyone intersted in Korean culture, offering cooking and language classes, a free Korean film night and more. Restaurants For Bulgogi lovers, Seoul Ria and Dae Jang Kum are must visits, with a huge assortment of cuts of meats on offer as well as banchi, the traditional accompanying side-dishes.

Cinema K Check out this Korean film night held Thursday evenings at the Korean Cultural Centre. All films are played with English subtitles, and there are tasty Korean snacks on offer. It’s free, but bookings are essential. Korean Cultural Centre 255 Elizabeth Street, Sydney Hit up Arisun for a huge serving of their famous Korean Fried Chicken and don’t forget to wash it down with a beer & soju cocktail. G3 Korean Grocer on George St has a wondrous assortment of specialised Korean ingredients as well as tasty Korean snacks. 31

WHAT’S ON IN 2016? ANNUAL January 7-26 Sydney Festival


February 6-21 Chinese New Year Festival

Friday 12 February HCC Chinese New Year Banquet

March Art Month Sydney

30th April, 15th May George Wing Kee’s Walking Tour of Haymarket

April 13-15 Songkran (Thai New Year)

May-July HCC 10th Anniversary Celebrations

May 27 - June 13 Vivid Sydney

May-August Dixon Street Market of Lights

June 8-19 Sydney Film Festival

September Asia Panel

Good Food Month Sculpture By The Sea September 15 Mid-Autumn Festival

WEEKLY Thursdays Cinema K


Fridays Chinatown Night Market

November 2016 Christmas Celebrations For more information on HCC events please visit

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Haymarket Chamber of Commerce (HCC) is a leading not-for-profit business representative organisations committed to the commercial growth and culturally diverse community for the Haymarket precinct. As one of the fastest growing precincts, Haymarket’s diverse range of businesses, cultures and local residents reflects its century old rich and diverse cultural history of trade, commerce and cultural relations between China and Australia. As a key destination to live, invest and visit, Haymarket is now one of the key areas for new residents, local and international tourists and China / Asian business and HCC focuses on harnessing business growth and expanding network opportunities with wider local and international markets. The HCC extends a big thankyou to our supporters

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By Train: Haymarket is only minutes walk from Central Station — Australia’s largest train station. Take the Devonshire Street Tunnel through to George Street, turn right and you’ll be in Haymarket within minutes. By Bus: The main bus stop on George Street, just outside Central Station, services the CBD as well as Sydney’s Inner West. Note that between 7AM and 7PM buses will not accept cash

Claim $10 off your first ride with Uber  — you will need prepaid tickets, which are available from most newsagents and

connects Central Station to sights including Capitol Square, Paddy’s Market, The

convenience stores. You can also take the free city shuttle bus (Route 555), which runs every ten minutes from Central Station to Circular Quay along George and Elizabeth Streets. By Light Rail: Within the city the light rail network

Exhibition Centre, and Sydney Fish Market to the inner West as far as Drummoyne. By Taxi: You can find taxi ranks at the Mercure Hotel on George Street, or Novotel on Thomas Street. Timetables and fare info 

Haymarket’s New Light Rail Line is currently Under Construction. Sydneysiders will be faced with a number of challenges throughout the construction period, but by early 2019 the construction sites will be replaced with a fully operational light rail service. One light rail vehicle can carry up to 450 people, the same amount as nine standard buses or 90 cars. Key Dates: • 3 December 2015: Closure of George Street between Market and Park streets for light rail construction. • January 2016: Start of Randwick branch light rail major construction. • February 2016: Start of Kingsford branch light rail major construction. • August 2016: Start of light rail major • construction in Surry Hills. • September 2016: Completion of the first pedestrian zone in George Street, between King and Market streets. • Zone 6: George Street, between Market Street and Park Street. Construction starts 3 December 2015 — Construction ends 16 October 2016 • Zone 7: George Street, between Park Street and Bathurst Street. Construction starts 1 February 2016 Construction ends 31 October 2016

Other things to note: • CBD construction hours are 6am to 10pm Monday to Friday and 8am to 5pm Saturday. • Outside the CBD, construction hours are 6am to 6pm Monday to Friday and 8am to 5pm Saturday. • Cyclists will need to dismount prior to entering this zone 5 area. Cyclists not having a destination within this section will be redirected to other routes. • For more detailed maps on block closures and how to move around the CBD visit For further information about the CBD and South East Light Rail project:    1800 684 490































































































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