A taste of Japan at Chinatown markets

May 1, 2021

With international travel off the cards for the foreseeable future, one Chinatown Markets food stall has been drawing huge crowds that are eager to take a trip to Japan. OMU serves the famous Japanese dish omurice, which is a silky omelette served on top of fried rice, and doused in a rich demi-glace. Customers are so eager to get a taste of Japan that queues of up to two hours have been seen! OMU pops up all over Sydney and you might be lucky to find them at the Chinatown Markets on a Friday.

Check out OMU on Instagram to find out where they’ll be popping up next.


Luxury bento boxes hit Darling Square


One of Sydney’s best Japanese chefs Chase Kojima (who owns Sokyo at The Star) has just opened up his takeaway spin-off Simulation Senpai at The Exchange building in Darling Square. Serving the most luxurious bento boxes in the city, you’ll find opulent ingredients such as sea urchin, wagyu and the finest sashimi cuts.

Simulation Senpai

Lunchtime deals in Darling Square

For the whole month of May, restaurants at Darling Square, including Darling Quarter, are offering special deals including $10 lunches, $25 Graze Plates, live music and a special picnic area so you can enjoy more of the things you love with more of the people you love. Plus, you’ll also have the chance to win free lunches and an ultimate Darling Harbour prize package.