WhatsNew2Day
Latest News And Breaking Headlines

Foodies are flocking to Canterbury League Club’s The Dynasty Restaurant dubbed a Sydney hidden gem

Why foodies queue HOUR to eat at this little-known restaurant, diners say they’ll ‘transport you to China’

  • People flock to an authentic Chinese restaurant with ‘the best yum cha’
  • Canterbury Leagues Club in Belmore Sydney is home to The Dynasty Restaurant
  • Popular foodie Adrian Widjy documented his visit in a viral TikTok clip
  • Sydney blogger said the spectacular decor ‘will transport you to China’
  • He queued for a whole hour to get in so did he advise visitors to make reservations before going?

Foodies queue for up to an hour to enter a little-known authentic Chinese restaurant that they say serves “the best” yum cha.

Sydney’s Canterbury Leagues Club in Belmore is home to an array of eateries, but it’s The Dynasty restaurant that causes a stir.

Popular food blogger Adrian Widjy documented his visit to the ‘super busy’ dynasty in a viral video saying the decor will ‘certainly transport you to ancient China’ and the food was worth waiting an hour to be seated.

Scroll down for video

Foodies have discovered a hidden gem that they say serves 'the best yum cha in Sydney'

Foodies have discovered a hidden gem that they say serves ‘the best yum cha in Sydney’

People queue for hours to eat at The Dynasty Restaurant of the Canterbury League Club in Belmore for an authentic Chinese dining experience

People queue for hours to eat at The Dynasty Restaurant of the Canterbury League Club in Belmore for an authentic Chinese dining experience

Popular food blogger Adrian Widjy documented his visit to The Dynasty in a viral video

He said the decor will

Food blogger Adrian Widjy documented his visit to the eatery in a viral video where he said the decor “will definitely transport you to ancient China” and the food was worth waiting an hour to be seated.

Passing through the “hidden gem” is like a portal to China with “pagoda style wood, bamboo curtain roof, dramatic artwork and the watercourse giving diners the impression that the restaurant is floating on a lake,” according to the website.

The extensive menu is full of authentic Chinese and Cantonese dishes, with the yum cha being the most popular among diners.

Their yum cha selection is all in the paper for you so you don’t miss a thing! And they all come out in one fell swoop!’ Adrian wrote on Instagram.

The extensive menu is full of authentic Chinese and Cantonese dishes, with the yum cha being the most popular among diners

The extensive menu is full of authentic Chinese and Cantonese dishes, with the yum cha being the most popular among diners

Passing through the stunning entrance of the 'hidden gem' it is like a portal to China with 'pagoda style wood, bamboo curtain roof and dramatic artwork' according to the website

Many of the Sydney foodie's 165,200 followers in the comments were eager to try his secret find, while others agreed The Dynasty served 'the best yum cha in Sydney'

Passing through the stunning entrance of the ‘hidden gem’ it is like a portal to China with ‘pagoda style wood, bamboo curtain roof and dramatic artwork’ according to the website

‘I didn’t book so learn from my mistake, this place is SUPER BUSY! The atmosphere is so LEGIT! Great yum cha place!’

Many of the Sydney foodie’s 165,200 followers in the comments were eager to try his secret find, while others agreed The Dynasty served “the best yum cha in Sydney.”

‘Yes, I love this place!! How amazing is the interior,” wrote one viewer.

“I’ve been there and it sure is tasty,” said another while a third said, “Excellent food, great service.”

‘I ate at this restaurant years ago and it certainly gives that authentic Yum Cha experience! Definitely a must for locals in the area, replied a fourth.

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More