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ECLECTIC TASTE: Thai street food at Long Chim in the basement of what was formerly the Treasury Building.
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ECLECTIC TASTE: Thai street food at Long Chim in the basement of what was formerly the Treasury Building.
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FUN PLACE TO DINE: Petition Kitchen uses fresh Australian produce in inventive ways.
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A PIECE OF HISTORY: (Above) Telegram Coffee is housed in a wooden ‘box’ incorporating a 135-year-old crank wheel rescued from the State Buildings. The wheel is turned to open up the coffee booth.
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A PIECE OF HISTORY: (Above) The beautiful, glass-clad rooftop Wildflower is the hotel’s destination restaurant.

Getting the right mix

Jan 2, 2016 5:50 AM

IT'S not easy to curate the right mix of hotel, F&B and retail spaces into a heritage complex, but the developers of the State Buildings got it right on the money with a collection of artisanal shops and renew-concept restaurants and bars.

On the retail front, The Honeycake offers