A decade after launching, Chef’s Gallery has come to be one of Sydney’s more popular Chinese restaurants. With three locations now open, in Macquarie, Paramatta and Town Hall, the restaurants serve up contemporary yet authentic dishes that take diners on mouth-watering journeys. From the small sharing plates to the bowls of their hand-made noodles, every bite is an explosion of flavour.
The menu has largely remained the same over the past ten years where new dishes have been few and far between, and special-edition plates have been around for only a limited time. However, this winter Chef’s Gallery is shaking up its menu big time to reintroduce old favourites and introduce a number of new Yum Cha dishes that they think their loyal fans are going to love.
The new menu has a focus on sharing, which we’re big fans of because there’s often so many different dishes we want to try and sharing lets us do just that. Even past favourites have been improved and recreated to be more share-friendly like the Sichuan and Shanghainese classic spicy prawn and pork dumplings as well as the mini pork burgers.
And then there’s the new. Your taste buds are going to be in for a treat with the masterfully pleated prawn har gow to the sticky braised pork belly, the crispy Peking duck and the decadent lobster tail noodles. As usual, all dishes have been carefully crafted to be pockets of flavour where texture, colour and aromas all play their part in transporting diners to all four corners of China without leaving Sydney.
To celebrate the new menu, which is currently only available at Chef’s Gallery Paramatta (soon to be at Town Hall and Macquarie in the near future), Chef’s Gallery is giving away one free sharing dish to every table from now till the end of July.