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Opening Hours

Monday 10:00am - 7:00pm
Tuesday 10:00am - 7:00pm
Wednesday 10:00am - 7:00pm
Thursday 10:00am - 8:00pm
Friday 10:00am - 7:00pm
Saturday 10:00am - 7:00pm
Sunday 10:00am - 7:00pm

1909 Dining Precinct Lunar New Year offers

11am till close, Monday to Sunday, Level 3 Market City

Enjoy a plethora of culinary delights at the spectacular 1909 Dining Precinct on Level 3.
前往位于商场3楼的1909 Dining Precinct与亲友一起享受亚洲美食

Experience the best of Asian Dining in Sydney at Market City’s premium 1909 Dining Precinct on Level 3.
Hosting 9 delectable restaurants, customers will discover a range of delicious specials to mark the start of the New Year. 

Savour the spicy noodles at Mr Meng, try Traditional Japanese ‘Teishoku’ at Yayoi, fire up a feast at Kogi Korean BBQ or enjoy more playful dining at sushi favourite, Fugetsu. Relish the world-class Hot Pot at the esteemed Dolar Shop, sample authentic Chinese duck at Beijing Impression, or experience Chinese-Malaysian flavours at Nanyang Tea Club. If Yum Cha is a favourite, then The Eight will provide the perfect Lunar New Year feast. And why not finish it all off with a delicious treat from Tellaballs Dessert Bar and Kitchen.

Our 1909 Dining Precinct restaurants are usually booked fast so make sure to contact each store directly and make a reservation ahead of time!

Dine on Level 3, Park for Free!

Remember, if you dine on Level 3 after 6pm and exit before 1.30am, parking is completely free! Your ticket must be validated in the restaurant that you are dining in. You can also receive 2 hours free parking when having Yum Cha at The Eight. Please view the terms and conditions for this offer here.

All customers over the age of 12 visiting Market City must wear a mask (unless an exemption applies). Customers are also advised to check-in via the visible QR Codes when visiting our centre, retailers and restaurants. We ask all our customers to take care when visiting Market City by social distancing, sanitising hands and following appropriate health guidelines.


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