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Buttery roti stuffed with curries, kebab-style. And string hoppers made with sourdough batter at Sydney’s newest food precinct.

Describing the new wooden-wrapped Kengo Kuma building, The Exchange, in Darling Square as eye-catching is an understatement. “I was driving across the bridge [near the International Convention Centre], looked over my shoulder to change lanes and nearly drove off the road,” Chris Goffin, one half of hawker-style Sri Lankan eatery Hopper Kadé tells Broadsheet.

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