Port Adelaide Football Club champs and Andrew Hunter head of China Engagement visit Chinatown Plaza!
Watch Channel Seven Adelaide’s SA Weekender feature on Irena Zhang and her iconic Chinatown Plaza, The episode went to air on Sunday 3 February. SA Weekender showcases the best of South Australian destinations, attractions and experiences, and can be viewed every Sunday afternoon at 5.30pm on Channel Seven Adelaide. “If you haven’t been to Chinatown lately – it’s time you did because there have been some exciting changes. After being closed for renovations until recently, Chinatown Plaza on Moonta Street in the heart of the city – is just about the most glamorous food-court you’ll find. With lanterns, gorgeous wooden tea-huts, and fun design details everywhere you look – its transformation was the vision of Irena Zhang who is passionate about making Adelaide more vibrant. As well as offering authentic Chinese dishes from different regions, your tastebuds can take a culinary trip around other countries in Asia, like Thailand and
Karaoke is back again in 2019! Starting this Thursday evening, January 31st @ Chinatown Plaza! From 6pm till late! Free Entry! Drop early in for Happy Hour from 5pm-7pm and snacks before song and dance Come as solo or group. All are welcome. (08) 8212 5394
Are you an experienced restaurant operator or an amazing chef looking to do your own thing? Get in quick for this exciting opportunity in the heart of Adelaide’s Chinatown! Applications open for tenancies in the new Chinatown Plaza! For more information call (08) 8212 5394 “Chinatown Plaza is a stunning renovation of one of Adelaide’s most loved and iconic food destinations. Spread over 1200m2 of architecturally-designed space and featuring a hand-picked selection of delectable Asian-inspired cuisine from top chefs, the Plaza is set to be an iconic Adelaide epicurean hub of pan-Asian flavours and lively venue seven days per week.” chinatownplaza.com.au
Irena Zhang hopes the winter refurbishment of her Chinatown Food Plaza on Moonta St will lead to a face-lift for one of the city’s most iconic cultural sectors. “It could be the start of a new Chinatown,” said the former president of Chinatown Adelaide, art gallery owner and current board member of the Adelaide Festival Centre Trust. “We will rename the hall as Chinatown Plaza and it will be a mix of hospitality, retail and tourism. We want a lot more retail shops to come in, gift shops and fashion.” Currently, there are a still a couple tenancies remaining so if you’ve been thinking of starting a cafe or bistro, this could be an exciting new possibility. Right in the heart of Chinatown and adjacent to the famous and soon to be redeveloped Central Markets. Message Chinatown Plaza for more information. Source: Chinatown Food Hall revamp to bring new life