Darling Square has welcomed the launch of 20 new venues across the Haymarket precinct.

Comprising Little Hay Street, Maker’s Dozen at The Exchange, Harbour Street and Nicolle Walk, the food destination covers multiple cuisines and is open for all-day dining.

Andy Bowdy’s Saga Lyte is now open for business at the Kengo Kuma-designed Exchange building alongside Pasta Wafu by Ume’s Kerby Craig and the team behind Banksii.

Mr Bao, Hopper Kade, Fishbowl, Bucket Boys Bar and Bottle Shop, Bubble Nini, Boque by Tapavino, Bau Truong and Fish and Co have also swung open their doors in the Maker’s Dozen area at The Exchange.

Five venues have opened on Little Hay Street including Gelato Messina, Shortstop, Rey Jr, Devon Cafe’s DOPA Donburi and Milk Bar and Bengong Black, with Haven Specialty Coffee and Tea Shop Express operating on Harbour Street.

Dessert concept Kurtosh has opened their fourth Sydney location on Nicolle Walk along with Marrickville’s Hello Auntie, who have launched their second store.

Chef and owner Cuong Nguyen is referring to the new location as ‘Hello Auntie 2.0’ as the venue has a smaller menu and a focus on sake.

There are more food and beverage outlets set to open in Darling Square by the end of the year including Golden Century’s highly anticipated XOPP.


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