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sydney grapevine

DARLING Square, Sydney's newest lifestyle precinct, is wedged between Darling Harbour and Chinatown. Anchored by The Exchange, a stunning spiral-shaped building designed by Kengo Kuma, one of the world’s leading architect firms, the glamorous space will eventually be one of the city’s major foodie hubs with more than 70 restaurants, cafes and shops. The first tenants hung out their shingles mid-year, including Hello Auntie, a CBD outpost of the original restaurant of the same name in Marrickville.

Back in 2015, chef/owner decided to embrace his Vietnamese heritage

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