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Chef’s Gallery, Sydney

27 May, 2011

Chef’s Gallery – Piggy buns. Chef’s Gallery – Piggy buns. Okay, so they do have other food but when Chef’s Gallery first opened late last year, I saw same dish, uploaded by ten different people on facebook…. I think it’s a sign to check it out!

Wok fried medium grain rice with three types of eggs (chicken egg, salted duck egg and century egg) $13.90

Exactly as the menu states “a must try dish”. The salted duck egg yolk gives the fried rice this amazing thick grainy texture. If you’ve seen a similar dish anywhere else, please let me know!

Cucumber served cold with a hint of chili oil – $3.90

Yummy crispy cucumber. A little to0 chili and dry for my liking but somehow couldn’t stop eating it… Scrumptious!

Spinach noodles wok fried with seafood $16.90

I think this was another recommended menu dish… Wasn’t a huge fan of the spinach noodles since my mum also makes it fresh… Guess I just have high (or warped) expectations!

Steamed sesame ‘piggy-face’ bun $5.90

The famous chef’s gallery dessert. I thought it was a hard sesame paste inside but it was a runny sesame sauce when I tried to pull it apart! Loved the sesame taste but proceed with caution!

Steamed pumpkin pastry dumpling filled with lotus paste - $5.90

Interesting appearance but a little bland to eat. I would recommend sticking to the piggy buns!

Red bean paste delicately rolled in fine sticky rice flour pastry – $5.90

I never really knew what sticky rice flour pastry was like but according to my friends, it wasn’t really what they were expecting. Actually it tasted rather dry and had a faint red bean taste. Once again, stick to the piggy buns if you wanna be safe!

Chef’s Gallery
501 George St
Sydney, 2000
T:
(02) 9267 8877

501 George St
Sydney, 2000

501 George St
Sydney, 2000

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5 Comments leave one →
  1. 28 May, 2011 7:41 pm

    ive been here before, how were the piggy buns, was the black seasame thick?

    oooh three types of eggs rice.. i defiantely want to try, every blog has been raving about it. Im no rice fan, but i love eggs. Guess i have to make an expection hey?

    x

    • jnyw permalink
      30 May, 2011 9:51 pm

      Hey Dolly, the black sesame was nice and runny – the way I like it ^___^ and hope you like the rice dish =)

  2. 30 May, 2011 12:29 pm

    LOL @ what you did to the piggy bun! Looks like something from the Saw movies …. LOL And I agree that the three eggs fried rice is a must-try, so good.

  3. 6 June, 2011 10:21 am

    Oh, poor piggy… it seems to have snout issues… :S

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