This review is part of the Food Safari at Harbourside that we were invited to dine as Guests at – the food safari takes us through Italian, Seafood, Moroccan and more. This is Chinese dining at Harbourside.

The night after we smashed on comfort food at Kazbah, we’re back once again at Harbourside Shopping Centre. This time, it’s peking duck and pork eggrolls at Dragon Boat Chinese Restaurant, and, for the record, we’ve been craving some killer Chinese food. Our reprieve can be seen through the large automatic glass doors. They open before us. It’s go time.

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An elevated view of Sydney’s skyline in every sense of the word. From the vantage point of Dragon Boat’s dining space, the bright lights of the Sydney cityscape forms the backdrop by which you’ll be dining.

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Dumplings and Fried Rice.

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Steamed Scallop with a tangy asian dressing

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Peking duck a la epic. Most traditional Chinese restaurants will present it before carving and serving the duck. Call it a feast for the eyes. Either way, let’s ducking do this. Dish comes served with a side of steamed wrappers and green onions that you used to make own own parcel of Peking Duck.

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 King brown mushroom drenched in black pepper sauce. This is a fork and knife type of affair. Savoury and refined, and eats like a mushroom steak.

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Behold, minced pork eggroll. Super delicate, incredibly flavourful. These bite-sized morsels went down surprisingly lightly. Like a pork roulade.

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A platter of sticky mango cake and fresh fruit (because tomatoes are technically fruit). Not overly sweet, chewy texture, and a simply tasty end to a wonderfully polished meal.

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