Spice Alley, in Sydney, Australia, is one of many food courts in the country capitalising on Australians’ love of Asian food. Photo: Lauren Commens / Kensington Street

How Australia’s Asian food courts from Sydney to Cairns are winning over diners with their inexpensive dishes and Oriental styling

  • Many Australian food courts are being converted into pan-Asian food alleys that wouldn’t look out of place in Seoul, Singapore or Bangkok
  • Customers can choose dishes from an array of options, including Vietnamese, Thai, Japanese, Korean and Chinese
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Spice Alley, in Sydney, Australia, is one of many food courts in the country capitalising on Australians’ love of Asian food. Photo: Lauren Commens / Kensington Street
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Michelin China president Kamran-Charles Vossoughi at the announcement ceremony in Beijing for the city’s first Michelin guide.

Michelin Guide Beijing gives three stars to Xin Rong Ji in inaugural list of city’s best restaurants

  • Xin Rong Ji was the only restaurant to be awarded three stars by the prestigious guide in its first edition for the Chinese capital
  • Vegetarian restaurant King’s Joy and Wulixiang Shanghai Cuisine each received two stars, while 20 restaurants were awarded one star
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Michelin China president Kamran-Charles Vossoughi at the announcement ceremony in Beijing for the city’s first Michelin guide.
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