Average price $35 Special request
Wrapped minced pork pastry.
Creamed sweet corn and finely chopped breast of fresh chicken pieces.
Finely chopped breast of chicken and Chinese mushrooms
Nine Dragons had a pleasant Chinese interior which was inviting however the airconditioning was not good enough to keep us cool on such a warm night. The service was a bit random with no real system in place and often had to ask several times for an item or wave someone down to order. The food was delicious and of a very good standard. Good value for money.
Very nice food, but quite expensive. Very expensive wine.
Food was good and portion is quite big, we orderred 4 portions of soup for 8 persons to share and 5 dishes and stuffed full. But food was quite salty so for those who are not used to eating salty food can try asking for lesser salt when ordering. Overall this is good restaurant
Great service and food
As soon as you come in, you are greeted by the stench of kitchen grease. That already is an indication of the degree of cleanliness of the place. Styling and decor are really dated. They need to refurbish. Atmosphere is very dark and gloomy. Food is tasty, but half of our orders came out cold. The other half did come out hot, but turned cold quickly, as if they were just “left-over stock” and just zapped in the microwave. We can not fault the service, though.
Some dishes were ok, others tasted like they had been prepared from frozen. Service was good, however would not return.
Great food and service, very friendly staff
Dim sim was good, but the stir fried vegies with scallops was a bit disappointed this time
Ok food - pretty expensive for the quantity of food we had. Won’t be going back.
Food was great. Sitting on the outdoor tables along Chinatown was quite enjoyable.
Excellent food - especially the Peking duck and bbq pork. Service was a little lacklustre.
As usual, can't mistake its hearty and delicious food wrapped in friendly and heartwarming service!
great service good food
Great family owned Yum Cha. Easily Sydney's Top 5 Yum Cha.
They serve good tea and tea cups. Food was ordinary, but lots of choices.
Service a bit haphazard and drinks very slow to arrive. Food was excellent. A good night out.
It’s ok, average - service, food etc. I wouldn’t go back in a hurry.
Great place. the special dinner set menu is good value
Great food, great service. We had about 15 ppl in our group so we had a banquet. There was more than enough food for everyone. Thank you.
Loved it! Highly recommend
39 - 45 Dixon Street, 2000, Haymarket, Australia
Yum cha all day long!
Nine Dragons restaurant set up shop in the heart of Sydney’s bustling Chinatown in the 1970’s and was one of the first venues in the area to start serving yum cha. The dining room is ornate and comfortable and the menus (both a la carte and yum cha) are well priced and extremely tasty. Their seafood menu is extensive and always a safe bet and there is also an excellent vegetarian menu to boot. Get here with a group of friends and family and get ready to eat big!
Best dish: yum cha.
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