UNFORTUNATELY, IMPERIAL PEKING IS NOW PERMANENTLY CLOSED.
Imperial Peking Harbourside restaurant has sat on its Circular Quay West spot for over 25 years but has continually changed and evolved to keep in touch with the ever-changing needs of Sydney diners. Housed within a heritage-listed sandstone building (built circa 1820), our venue boasts a rather spectacular view of the Sydney Opera House, and Harbour Bridge. Our venue sports a number of function spaces dedicated to private dining and larger functions. The popular restaurant is located in a sprawling, large, multi-storey building. Aside from the main dining spaces and the covered outdoor area, there are a number of function rooms on both the first and second levels. All dining and function rooms have breathtaking and panoramic views. These spaces are changeable for a range of events including wedding receptions, group dinners, cocktail parties and corporate functions. Our venue is found along Circular Quay West, in The Rocks. This is a short walk from all the hotspots of Sydney, as well as various ferries to get you to and from wherever you’re headed.
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