10 ways to eat through Broadway Level Two

There’s a certain versatility to the setup on Level 2.  It’s a meeting point for the Hoyts cinema complex, a central break area from the retail therapists weaved throughout all levels and the dining area seating, counters, bench tops can easily accommodate the nearby university students and mobile office workers.


MR WU:
Peking Duck Pancakes (8pcs), Spicy Fried Pork Dumplines (4pcs), Scallop Dumplings (4pcs) = $57.00

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On a Sunday morning, these are the best pancakes to have.   The crispy skin, shallot and cucumber crunch bound by hoi sin, there’s nothing else like it on the floor.   The spicy fried dumplings, a new experience for us where the outer casing is completely bathed in a house made sauce creating contrasting textures of crisp and soft bites.

PEPPERSEEDS:
Massaman Lamb Shank, Egg net lace, Salt and Pepper Soft Shell Crab, Grilled Salmon  = $77.60

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We had to ask the question because the phenomenally competitive pricing changes your view on food court eating completely and the owners say they’re able to maintain premium ingredients and pass on the great deals they have from suppliers to their customers.   Beautifully laced egg stuffed with mince and lettuce, lamb shank heroes the massaman classic and the portion of soft shell crab could be shared and still satisfy!

BUN ME:
Pork Chop with Tomato Rice and Pork Crackling Bao = $22.80
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The tang of tomato breathes new life into the sometimes stagnant blandness of rice complementing with the vietnamese cuisine staple of pork.   The bao with crackling is good, however it is literally a bite size of protein packed with two mouthfuls of salad so tread carefully depending on where you sit on the hunger scale.

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GRILL’D BURGER
Risky Brisket $15.90

It’s a premium beef brisket pattie drenched with a spicy lime & herb salsa, topped with salad and streaks of Dijon mustard & egg mayonaise on your choice of a supercarb low, panini or gluten free bun.

What could possibly go wrong?

MAMAK:
Beef Rendang, Penang Chat Kuey Teow  $24
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A recent visit to another establishment with a premium Wagyu rendang rendition could possibly be bested with this one.

ZEUS STREET GREEK:
Chilli Tzatsiki, Salt and Pepper Calamari, Spartan Box for two, Spanokopita = $79
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The location of broadway is at the junction point of old Italian/Mediterranean towards Leichardt and funky street eats towards Newtown and Chinese towards Haymarket so naturally Zeus Street Eats balances out the very asian menu on the floor.   Housemade Chilli Tzatziki was a new experience and a nice side kick to the familiar dishes of calamari and slow cooked lamb shoulder.

MUMBAI EXPRESS: 
Two Meat Curry with rice, Vegetable Samosa, Onion Pankor = $20.60
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Feasting for the eyes with the rich colours of Indian spices in the rogan, kormas and madras on offer.  One, Two, Three meat curries are available with rice and the serving sizes are very generous.

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DIN TAI FUNG:  Braised beef & spinach soup, Black truffle pork dumpling, Crab Spring Roll – $21.30

A light snack of Beef and Spinach Soup, truffled pork dumpling and prawn crab spring roll for an afternoon snack will never let you down.

This was a standard consistency test having ordered the same combination at Gateway Circular Quay and Star Pyrmont.

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HERO SUSHI:  Prawn Tempura Roll, Salmon Avocado Roll, Takoyaki Skewers – $10.50

An easy choice for the work lunch and students hanging about at the long tables, they also offer discounts at the end of the day.

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EAT ISTANBUL:   Mixed Gourmet Kebab $11.95

The choice to make when unable to decide between a full served filling of chicken, beef or lamb.   The meat boxes expand on this to incorporate more of the salads and sides they offer.   They own the space here on smoked meats.

The building itself is a descendant of the 1923 Grace Brothers mall and since its $55 million revamp a few years ago, the precinct of dining offers 20 choices to satisfy your hunger.   A series of visits over a number of weeks included casual dates, business meetings, work lunches and casual shopping making every experience unique and re-enforcing this venue as a destination.

Photo Credit: ArliftAtoz2205

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