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Opening Hours

  • Monday 11:00 - 22:30
  • Tuesday 11:00 - 22:30
  • Wednesday 11:00 - 22:30
  • Thursday 11:00 - 22:30
  • Friday 11:00 - 23:00
  • Saturday 11:00 - 23:00
  • Sunday 11:00 - 22:30

Contacts

  • Address: Ashfield, 313 Liverpool Rd, Ashfield, New South Wales 2131, Australia
  • Phone: +61297982332

Reviews

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One group of diners disproportionately affected by Mike Baird's unjust Lockout Laws were chefs and other hospitality staff. By closing down late night Sydney, Baird effectively cut off the possibility of a post-work drink and a decent feed, for the very folk who feed us at dinner time. Word on the floor at Eaton Chinese Restaurant in Ashfield is: plenty of hospitality staff, including Dan Hong's kitchen crew, come to take advantage of their seven-day, 2am kitchen.With dark tanks blocking your ability to see much inside, Eaton Chinese Restaurant looks, from the outside, like a bit of a gamble. Brave the tricolour neon and you'll be rewarded with an extensive menu that rivals late-night stalwarts like Golden Century, for a fraction of the price. Their complimentary chilli pickled cabbage is a great place to begin.Live Pipis ($30) are a must-do, and a reasonable serve for two people only set us back thirty bucks. We skipped over our usual XO sauce for Hong King Harbour style sauce - it's bright with chilli and earthy with black beans while still leaving a space for the briny pipi flavour to shine.Tender Beef Cubes in Wasabi ($24.80) are piquant and delicious, especially against a Tsing Tao ($6.50) beer. They're particularly good wrapped up in a soft, fluffy Steamed Bun ($6.80/4) which you can also employ to scrape up the saucy remainders of your dishes.You'll also find a selection of provincial dishes on this menu - they're basically rustic, Chinese, home-cooking favourites. The Provincial Radish Mix with Fried Egg ($16.80) is a Teochew dish, common in south-eastern parts of Asia. It's a fluffy egg omelette stuffed with salty preserved radish, and it's very compelling!The only dish I could fault was the Special Fried Rice (11.80) where the cooking had gone a bit far, and the grains were discintegrating. You can weigh that tiny fault up against the beauty of finding a 2am kitchen not very far from the city...


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I went to this restaurant a few days ago and left the ordering of the food to a friend who knew this restaurant well. I was not disappointed. There were 6 of us in our party, and we had pigeon ( superbly cooked and was nice and moist and not at all oily) followed by a lobster dish, some fried oysters, pippies in XO Sauce, some veges steamed with garlic, and a really refreshing bitter melon jelly ( that was a real treat). The meal was superb, and we drank a NZ Sauvignon Blanc called "HAHA" which proved the perfect acompaniament. We arrived at 7:30 and were still there until well after 1 am, and the hosts did not rush us , and were always attentive without being overbearing. It was one of the nicest meals I have had in a Chinese restaurant, and the other people in our party, two of whom own restaurants or work in them, ( I also was a partner in an Asian Restaurant for 6 years) concurred.