Dine like it’s 2002 … today!
It wasn’t a particularly remarkable year but for a lot of us 2002 conjures up many fond memories.
Late night (closes at 2am) dinners in the Valley with friends. A casual and relaxing atmosphere. The garish but entirely appropriate décor. A projector showing the latest Hong Kong movie or television serial.
Awe at the size and cost of their beer. Pint-sized bottles tower above food and man as they survey their domain. One must pay respect to Tsing Tao while one is within their mecca.
Let us not forget their lesser beverage disciples. Hot Coke in shiny drummugs (you must insist that it’s “Hot” Coke). Almost as imposing as their Tsing Tao masters, albeit for entirely different reasons.
Part pool hall, arcade and lan cafe. Cyber City is huge as it was once a food court. Unfortunately the food court failed (rumoured to have suspiciously) but thankfully it’s now crammed full with entertainment.
Super efficient service and delici… wait a second, where’s the food? Let’s just say that if looks were an indicator of quality, well, imagine this instead – mountainous dishes of food that will visibly move you (once you realise that it will eventually be inside you). A seemingly endless selection (7 pamphlet pages worth) of delicious concoctions at a cost-effective price. Sure these dishes aren’t entirely authentic to the library of Asian regions they’re native to, but it doesn’t matter. You will not leave hungry and unsatisfied. In fact you will feel like you are about to explode.
It this appeals to you, go back in time, to 2002, in 2009.
2002 Cyber City
206 Wickham Street
Fortitude Valley, Queensland, Australia