This weekend is looking bright and sunny in Sydney and what better way to spend it, then at the races!

China Doll is back at Sydney Carnival’s dining precinct Little Sydney for its third year, offering an array of decadent delights from Executive Chef Frank Chef as well as bottomless bubbles all day.

Overlooking the The Theatre of The Horse at the Australian Turf Club, the China Doll marquee provides a premium gawking spot to view Winx the hero horse in all her glory.


Award-winning restaurant, China Doll is back for Little Sydney in 2017.

Delivering the best in Sydney dining, China Doll encompasses the perfect infusion of Asian cuisine, inspired from places around the globe including Hong Kong, Japan, South East Asia and of course China.

Considered one of Australia’s leading chef’s in modern Asian cuisine – Head Chef Frank Shek has constantly pushed boundaries enabling him to deliver an innovative menu using premium and ethically sourced products.

Guests will also have exclusive access to the PIMMS cocktail Bar and the James Boag’s Premium Viewing Deck. On the deck there will be an exquisite selection of canapés, each matched to James Boag’s Premium and created by James Boag Ambassador and chef James Viles.

Tickets to the China Doll marquee at Little Sydney, can be purchased here:

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  • General Admission and Members’ Reserve access
  • Access to Little Sydney and the China Doll Marquee
  • Gourmet Menu designed by Frank Shek
  • Premium beverages
  • Access to TAB betting facilities
  • Live entertainment
  • Full coverage of the days racing on private plasma screens within the marquee
  • Complimentary infield parking via high Street
  • Complimentary transport on Sydney trains and buses (from Central and Bondi Junction stations) included with ticket
In addition, James Boag is taking race-goers on a culinary journey this Saturday at The Championships at Royal Randwick, partnering with ambassador and acclaimed Chef James Viles and iconic Butcher Victor Churchill, to harness the elements of Tasmania at Little Sydney.
For the first time, the event will see James Viles collaborate with renowned butcher Anthony Puharich to design a menu specifically for the Victor Churchill marquee.
With handpicked cuts of meat from one of the worlds most prestigious butcheries, and ingredients sourced from the wilderness of Tasmania, each canapé has been matched to James Boag Premium; offering Sydney-siders an experience to truly savour. Canapés will be served on the James Boag balcony from 12:00pm-12:30pm and from 3:00pm – 3:30pm.

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