MahJong offers a range of different dining experiences including two elegant private banquet rooms, outdoor seating on bustling Crown St, a lively front-room featuring traditional wooden mahjong tables and an atmospheric recreation of a Chinese laneway lane which was featured in the movie Mao's Last Dancer.


Private Rooms

Our Happiness Room seats 12 to 14 people and is perfect for smaller groups. This intimate space has a retro feel and comes with its own Chinese day bed and a chandelier.

The Double Happiness Room upstairs seats 24 to 30 people and is ideal for private parties and special events. Evoking memories of 1970s Hong Kong or Shanghai in the 1950s (depending which way you look), our largest dining space comes with a self-contained bar, a lounge area and bathroom facilities.

MahJong serves banquets only in the private rooms, terms & conditions apply.

Functions & Events

MahJong Room can cater for 'stand-up' cocktail parties or sit-down banquets.

Our Double Happiness room seats up to 30 people for banquets or up to 60 guests for finger food and drinks.

We also take group bookings for private mah-jong lessons accompanied by either lunch, dinner or dim sum.

Ideal for corporate events or special occasions such as birthdays.

Special events for Lunar New Year and other Chinese holidays.

Please call +61 2 93613985 or contact us for inquiries.


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Terms and Conditions

Group Bookings

Please provide your credit card details to secure the booking. We require 48 hours notice to cancel group bookings of 8 people or more. A $200 late cancellation fee applies.

A 10% service charge applies to the final account for group bookings of 8 people or more.

MahJong PlayLunch

Mahjong PlayLunch is a pre-paid event. Cash or credit card payment required to secure the booking. Please provide your credit card details to secure the booking. We require two weeks notice to cancel MahJong Playlunch bookings. A $156 late cancellation fee applies.

House Policy

No food or beverages may be brought onto the premises for consumption without the prior consent of management.

MahJong Room reserves the right to charge a customer's credit card for stolen goods or for damage to the premises and its contents.