Sugar-cane juice, anytime welcome in the humid countries of South-east Asia and the Caribbean, offers a little presence in a tucked away food court between Sussex and Dixon Streets.
The ubiquitous Asian food outlet, with pictures, trolleys and more.
Glutinous rice dumplings steamed with wrapped bamboo leaves, a traditional must for the Dragon Boat Festival, celebrated by most communities in East Asia, in honour and memory of a wronged public official in China's past.
Simple but tasty snacks - the deep fried wantons from Southern Chinese roots.
Another cooked food stall that caught my eye and which I plan to try tasting at my next visit to Sydney's Chinatown.