Saturday, May 30, 2015

Mr. Wong

If you are after excellent Chinese you can't go wrong with Mr Wong in Sydney. It serves up beautifully delicious Chinese fare in a classy environment. Our only bug bear was they got our order for a small crab fried rice wrong and didn't do anything to fix it. They still charged us for the beef noodles and a large one at that. We had:

Sichuan style wagyu beef carpaccio with chilli oil and Chinese doughnut (AU$21) - A good upsell by our server when taking our order. Turned out to be an excellent choice as it was simply delicious. Slightly spicy, you can taste everything on this dish. Just make sure to get a little of everything in each mouthful.

Crispy eggplant with fish fragrant sauce (AU$24) - This is how perfect crispy eggplant should be. Beautifully crispy, it is a slightly oily fish but tasty indeed.

King crab and sweet corn fried rice, trout roe and crispy conpoy AU$22) - This is what we ordered but sadly did not get. Rice would have been a better option with the dishes we ordered and the small size would be perfect for two. We did see another table receive theirs and it looked wonderful.
Crispy fried Balmain bugs with spicy salt (AU$38) - Delicious salty bite sized morsels served golden and crispy.

Hong Kong style stir fried rice noodles with wagyu beef,  bean sprouts and garlic chives (large AU$28) - A good version of this but the large size was way too much for two especially with the other dishes ordered. Because it was oily as it should be, it did not go well with the other oily dishes we ordered.

Service: :star :star :star :star
Quality of food: :star :star :star :star  ½
Value for money: :star :star :star :star  ½

Type of venue: Chinese

Worth a return visit? Yes
Address: 3 Bridge Lane, Sydney 2000

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