Chef's Gallery, Macquarie Centre
As part of the redevelopment of Macquarie Shopping Centre, there is a host of new eateries, including Chef's Gallery. We were seated at the bar, perfectly situated to watch the chefs showcasing their noodle making skills. How they can turn a ball of dough into strands of super thin noodles in just a couple of minutes is amazing.
Unfortunately, neither their signature piggy buns with sesame filling or the Totoro marshmallow bunnies were available :( We had to make do with savouries but luckily they did not dissappoint.
We opted for the Pork and prawn wontons with handmade noodles in a chicken soup. The noodles had a lovely, springy texture. You can tell they were freshly made. The dumplings were plump, with a delicate skin. The omelette strips were a nice touch. Definitely a comfort food!
I loved the Handmade egg tofu with spinach dish. It had a lovely crunch on the outside and was silky smooth on the inside.
The Chinese style roti with Peking duck was just like having Peking duck pancakes, but with a crispier texture and without having to go to the effort of assembling them.
Chef's Gallery is a welcome addition to this part of town. Hopefully they will have the piggy buns and Totoro available next time. Be prepared to queue on weekends as they don't take reservations.
28/11/2014 01:47:43 am
No piggy buns? That's like Maccas having no fries.
28/11/2014 02:06:56 am
hihi i love their piggy buns. it is like Hokka hokka having no noodles. or easy way no milk tea. (^_^;)
3/12/2014 03:01:17 pm
Love fresh springy noodles. And the roti with duck sounds super decadent!
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