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STREET – Asian Fusion! Tasting Australia Event

South Australia's 'kings of Asian fusion' will collaborate for one night only serving up the ultimate Asian food experience. In the heart of Chinatown, explore the redeveloped, luxurious Chinatown Plaza. Expect a menu that will delight the tastebuds - bottomless plates await in the buzzing food vendor hub. Try celebrated street food from the Asian nations; drunken prawns, Szechuan dumplings, curry fish balls, roasted duck breast, Xinjiang hand-pulled noodles, Shanghai fried buns, chilli chicken karaage and so much more. Ticket includes all the food you can eat (in your allocated sitting) and one drink from Tomich Wines on arrival. GET


Adelaide Food Central Review

Stepping through the doors of the newly renovated Chinatown Plaza I can instantly see that this is not your average humble food hall. Glowing umbrellas, rainbow lanterns and caged chandeliers shine down on a funky communal space filled with a seemingly endless variety of hawker style vendors. Against a backdrop of artistic graffiti the spotless tables and varnished wooden pagodas are filled with customers happily slurping down silky rice noodles and savouring the gluttony of finishing the last morsel of what once was a large plate of freshly steamed dumplings, doused with lashings of soy and chilli. This is a place to


Weekend Notes Review of Chinatown Plaza

After undergoing a major renovation, Chinatown Plaza is finally reopened for business. This food court features a good variety of stalls offering dishes from various cuisines so there should be something to suit everyone's taste. Portion size of the dishes is quite generous, ensuring that they will be sufficient to satisfy your appetite. Read the full Review at Weekend Notes


Sneak Peek at the new Food Court at Adelaide Chinatown Plaza by Play and Go

It’s currently having a trial soft open at lunch times between around 11am to 3pm with some food stalls serving food. Closed since August 2016, the revamp has been long awaited. Here’s our first look at the renovated eatery. Basically, it’s nothing like the old food court. The old laminate and fluorescent lighting has been replaced with a modern Asian style with beautiful lighting, lovely green foliage and ornate timber throughout. There are currently four new shops open for you to try, with four more to come before the official opening late July 2018. Currently open are Yum Cha, Malaysian