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Published February 10th 2012
I'm a bit of basketball fan and quite often on a Friday or Saturday night I'd end up going to a Sydney Kings NBL game at the Sydney Entertainment Centre. Before the game, my partner and I usually grab a bite to eat in Chinatown on Dixon Street, Haymarket.
There are a plethora of restaurants, eateries and food courts, amongst the many other shop fronts. Recently one of these eateries that I fell upon was a Japanese casual dinning spot called Kimama Kitchen, located in the Eating World Harbour.
When ordering I decided on spring rolls, curry and rice, the whole meal came to a total of $14. I was at first struck by the presentation of the meal which looked fantastic. The actual quality of the spring rolls and the curry for the price was great. It was the first time I'd been there and I'm set on returning again in the near future.