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This is one hell of a fancy room – there’s a gigantic laughing buddha statue taking pride of place in the middle of the room that must weigh around a million tonnes and all the furniture is fifties diner. There’s incense burning everywhere and you’ll find dishes like beef rendang, chicken satay skewers and gado gado. 

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Chinta Ria Temple Of Love details

Cockle Bay Wharf
201 Sussex Street, Sydney 2000

Telephone 02 9264 3211

This venue is closed

Price per person including drinks $51 to $100

Open Lunch Mon-Fri 12-2.30pm; Dinner Mon-Sun 6pm-11pm

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