Treat your taste buds and make sure you check out these eateries to indulge in the very best Chinese and Asian fusion cuisine has to offer in the city centre. We've made your Chinese restaurant Auckland search all the more easy - and delicious - with our extensive list below. 

Grand Harbour | Auckland's Viaduct

Grand Harbour

Specialising in authentic Chinese duck and seafood dishes, Grand Harbour is one of Auckland’s premier sources for Chinese fine dining and Yum Cha.

Seven | 52 Tyler Street

Set amongst the incredible rooftop space on the seventh floor of the Seafarers Building in Britomart, Seven is the place to go for flavourful pan-Asian delicacies and exciting Eastern-inspired cocktails. 

Dragon Boat Restaurant | in Atrium on Elliott

Dragon boat

With a touch of tradition as well as modern Asian-inspired cocktails, Dragon Boat Restaurant has it all. They are the go-to destination for some Asian dumplings, crab and more.

Huami 87 Federal Street

Offering, world-class design, unique ambience and traditional cuisine with a modern twist Huami is a contemporary, yet authentic Chinese restaurant and is a part of SKYCITY's award-winning Federal Street dining precinct.  

Sunny Town China Taste | 10-14 Lorne Street

Sunny Town China Taste

Craving the taste of authentic Chinese cuisine? Head to Sunny Town China Taste on Lorne Street. Watch in their front window as chefs prepare dumplings by hand, then take a seat and let your senses be transported to mainland China.

White + Wongs | 149 Quay Street

East meets west at Auckland's Viaduct with White + Wongs, a new eatery promising bright, bold and super fresh Asian fusion flavours, plus some of the best harbourviews in town. 

Little Yum | 39 Victoria Street West

Little Yum

Specializing in Shanghai street food, Little yum is the go-to place for authentic Shanghai style dumplings. Must try dishes include Beef dumplings, Fried buns, Wonton soup, and their amazing Xiao Long Bao (also known as soup dumpling which is a hot parcels of pork and soup).  A word of caution: the soup tends to be piping hot, so be careful when taking the first bite.

Chamate | 17 Swanson Street

At Chamate, located on Swanson Street in the heart of the city, there's something for every cultured foodie, with delectable and affordable dishes combining the old and the new.

Bao Baby Bao 41 Elliott Street


Upon visiting Elliott Stables you'll find Bao Baby Bao, serving up delicious Asian Fusion fare that will take you to the streets Philadelphia via the Shanghai express. A collaboration between American chef Robert Aylwin and Chinese chef Yolanda Chen, you can expect mouthwatering and unique flavour combinations in dishes including pork and prawn dumplings, traditional bao buns with buttermilk fried chicken and more. 

Taste of China | 5B Lorne Street 

If you're on the hunt for a cheap, quick and easy lunch that's sure to satisfy your tastebuds too, Taste of China on Lorne Street is a must visit.  

Food Alley | 9 Albert St

The incredibly popular Food Alley has been around for years - and will sadly be closing its doors on May 1st. There are all sorts of delights waiting for you at this bustling, colourful bazaar. There's truly something for every mood and apetite. 

Last updated: 25 February 2020

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