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Lifestyle : Taste of Asia Special Report 2013
1HERSA1 0017 Golden Century Group's latest addition to Sydney's culinary scene serving iconic dishes and favourite Cantonese classics. Golden Century Seafood Restaurant 393-399 Sussex Street Sydney NSW 2000 T: 02 9212 3901 F: 02 9212 6292 W: www.goldencentury.com.au Open 7 days The Century The Star, Entry via Pirrama Road Pyrmont NSW 2009 T: 02 9566 2328 F: 02 9552 3773 W: www.thecentury.com.au Open 7 days Now open at The Star iG5990751AA-210513 Tapas and wine (Gub Glam) Neutral Bay 1&2, 4-6 Rangers Rd Ph: 9953 8988 or 9953 9988 Manly Shop b 11-21 Wentworth St Ph: 9976 6488 or 9976 6599 Lunch: Thurs to Sun 12 Noon - 3pm Dinner: Tues to Sun 6pm - 10pm iG6016858AA-210513 HELLO and NAMASTE! Welcome to Mandala Nepalese Restaurant Randwick- A unique and delightful culinary expereince located at the heart of the Eastern suburb that is sure to please your tastebuds. At Mandala we enjoy catering for large groups and special functions. Whether you are after a sit-down banquet or cocktail party our stylish main dining room or the private exotic cushion room are available for private functions. TEL: 02 9326 6887 | 0422 771 608 121 Avoca Street, Randwick nepaleserestaurant.com.au iG6030084AA-210513 17 goodfood .com .au The Sydney Morning Herald All you need to know Sydney Madang 371A Pitt Street, Sydney, 9264 7010. Chinatown Noodle King 357 Sussex Street, Sydney, 9266 0933. Kiroran Silk Road Uygur Shop 3, 6 Dixon Street, Sydney, 9283 0998. The Golden Century 393-399 Sussex Street, Haymarket, 9212 3901. The Happy Chef Shop F3, 401 Sussex Street, Chinatown, 9281 5832. Eaton Chinese Restaurant 313 Liverpool Road, Ashfield, 9798 2332. Lao Village 3 Anzac Avenue, Fairfield, 9728 7136. Komachi 1/426 Cleveland Street, Surry Hills, 9319 6554. Pho TK Quay Street, Market City, Shop R135-C2, Haymarket, 9211 8278. Chat Thai 20 Campbell Street, Haymarket, 9211 1808. Super Bowl 41 Dixon Street, Sydney, 9281 2462. Pho Tau Bay 12/117 John Street, Cabramatta, 9726 4583. Cheap and cheerful: (From left) Golden Century head chef Leung Hung turns up the heat; Chat Thai in Haymarket; Luke Nguyen from Red Lantern and Fat Noodle. Photos: Steve Lunam, Edwina Pickles it. Super Bowl in Chinatown is a great late- night place I take chefs to, where we eat tripe congee. Nothing like a bit of offal before bed -- tasty but not too heavy for the late evening. All these restaurants listed are small, intimate and located down narrow laneways or streets. Not too heavily focused on decor, they are brightly lit but cook up great honest food. Luke Nguyen is the owner-restauranteur at Red Lantern and consultant at Fat Noodle restaurants. Martin Boetz I love Chat Thai in Haymarket. The owner, Amy Chanta, is a good friend of mine and what she has done for Thai food in Sydney is fantastic and authentic. I always have the nahm dtok mhu, which is a hot and sour salad of pork. Chat Thai also does a great pad grap oa -- chicken stir-fried with holy basil and wild ginger . . . you can actually feel it doing you good. Chat Thai also does a really lovely soup of par low, a pork and bean curd in a beautiful broth served with Chinese broccoli. When I do manage to go out for a late-night dinner I go to Golden Century. As well as getting consistently great food, you can get a decent glass of wine there, too. I always have the steamed coral trout with ginger and shallots. It's the best; so wholesome. When I can, I also try to get out to Cabramatta. There's a Vietnamese place I always go to called Pho Tau Bay. Anything they do with broth is fantastic and I love the beef pho. It's so satisfying and filling and I love the ritual of layering it with the noodles and the Thai basil and all the beautiful herbs and stirring it through. The freshness of the ingredients makes it feel like you have gone on a little holiday to Asia. Martin Boetz is executive chef at Longrain.
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