For politician spotting this weekend look no further than Sydney's Golden Century on Sussex St. With Labor's National Conference happening down the road, the Chinese restaurant's bound to serve up a spread of Labor powerbrokers.
If something's happening in the Labor party then it tends to get discussed over Chinese, and Golden Century with its famous large tanks of unfortunate lobsters and 29-page wine list, remains one of the preferred locales.
Paul Howes launched his book there, Graham Richardson was photographed with that woman there, and former general secretary of the state ALP Matt Thistlethwaite was tapped on the shoulder there (but at least he go to enjoy his salt and pepper squid first) to make way for new boss Sam Dastyari.
While no one can see what's going on inside from the outside, some powerbrokers will simply prefer to sit in the air-conditioned open at the large round tables, or – if the discussion's really serious – opt for the minimum $800 food charge to be seated in a private room.
You'll probably see Richo with a napkin hanging off his shirt ordering the staff to "just bring the usual", as Margot Saville fondly remembers of a dining experience with the man late last year. NSW leader John Robertson is also a fan, as are the union heads.
A short stroll from NSW Labor headquarters and the offices of the Australian Workers Union, powerbrokers can head back to work following a feed of live lobster sushimi, steamed live prawns or mud crab with black pepper.
Or they can simply keep talking all night long. The restaurant closes at 4am.
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