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Mon-Thu 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm, 5:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Fri 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm, 5:30 pm - 11:00 pm
Sat 12:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Sun 12:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Manly Wharf, 22-23 E Esplanade
We love a party at Merivale. Enquire about a group booking and our team can help with everything from beverage tabs to food, or you can just reserve a space.
Average travel time between Manly Wharf and Circular Quay 30 min.
Visit transportnsw.info and plan your trip using the Trip planner or call 131 500.
Sydney Ferries services use wharf 3 at Circular Quay for services to Manly Wharf.
Manly Fast Ferry
Average travel time between Manly Wharf and Circular Quay 17-20 min.
Timetables and ticket informtion: manlyfastferry.com.au
Sydney Fast Ferries
Service currently operates during peak morning and afternoon times from Monday to Friday,
Services depart from Manly Wharf terminal and Wharf 2a at Circular Quay.
Timetables and ticket informtion: sydneyfastferries.com.au
Water Taxis Combined 02 9555 8888
Peninsula Water Taxi 0415 408 831
Yellow Water Taxis 1300 138 840
Bus services connect Manly with the City, the Northern Beaches and to the west, St Leonards and Epping and Manly Hospital. Please see Manly Wharf Bus Stop Guide.
Located basement of Manly Wharf Cnr of East Esplanade & Wentworth Street
Grande Esplanade Public Car Park
Entry via Gilbert Street
A Cantonese restaurant on Manly wharf that combines the best of Hong Kong with a touch of nostalgia – think honey king prawns and deep-fried ice cream.
Sitting right on the water at Manly wharf, Queen Chow Manly rivals the best neighbourhood Cantonese restaurants in Hong Kong. The setting is elegant, yet relaxed, and you’ll feel immediately at home.
Simple, well-executed dishes are the backbone of the menu. Showcasing the finest produce around, the extensive selection includes roast duck, Peking beef, sweet ‘n’ sour pork and Australia’s best seafood. Oh, and salt ‘n’ pepper everything.
As a special touch for Manly – the quintessential Australian beach location – we have included dishes that pay tribute to the local Chinese/Australian restaurants of the past.
And, of course, the delicious dim sum from dumpling maestro Eric Koh is not to be missed.
We look forward to welcoming you to your local Cantonese restaurant.