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Woohoo! nice to meet you Mr. Wong. Mr Wong is a themed restaurant – the look is 1920’s colonial Hong Kong – before the revolution.
It’s been FANTASTIC for travel junkies. Layered with timeless colonial furnishings including timber floors with tiled inlay, bamboo framed French woven chairs and slow turning ceiling fans, Mr. Wong pays homage to classic Chinese influences in a contemporary style. Perfectooo!
The Cantonese-style menu features over 60 dishes including Chinese roasted duck, faux Shark Fin Soup and Abalone served Steamboat style, as well as an unrivalled dim sum selection.
Sprawled over two levels Canto-extravaganza, the 240 seater Mr. Wong is one of the largest restaurants in the northern end of the Sydney CBD. It offers a range of dining options varying from private dining rooms and large group tables, through to intimate tables for two and seating at the open kitchen.
It has been harmonised perfectly with an army of staff to ensure the smooth flow of everything.
Well, for our entree – Mix steamed dim sum selection, fresh vegetarian salad of cucumber, fennel, celery, woodear mushrooms and rice jelly sheets, Taiwanese style crispy chicken chop, King prawn wontons with soy chilli dressing, and house-made XO sauce.
A little later, my mains arrived. It was steamed fish fillet with ginger and shallots, Salt and pepper calamari, Beef and blackbean, asparagus, baby corn and snowpeas, Asparagus, sugarsnaps and broccoli with garlic and rice wine.
Ooh my. This is my lunch??? it was HUGE.
However, My friends and I had a lovely time. I appreciated that this was their signature dish and that this recipe is based on traditional cuisine.
I really enjoyed it.
Aaa I absolutely love Mr. Wong. The atmosphere was great, the portions were good, prices were fine, and the food was tasty.
It was just FANTASTIC!
Located within an easy walk of trains, buses and parking stations. It’s perfectly placed for a quick lunch time snack, pre and post theatre suppers, late night dining, large celebratory events and family get-togethers.
Happy Sustainable Travels!