Jamison Street Sydney Chefs Gallery

Master noodle maker in action Chefs Gallery

Sydney CBD is always on the look out for a new dining experience.

And the new CBD intimate Chefs Gallery Jamison Street, is part of that dining philosophy with a few different twists. It has been set up specifically to offer a unique Chinese dining experience for lunch and dinner at the big end of town.

The signature Chefs Gallery fresh, handmade noodles take centre stage. Patrons can watch the culinary theatre through the glass-walled kitchen as they enter the restaurant.

Balls of special noodle dough are transformed in a blur of dexterous hand movements by the master noodle chef to form the finished twists of delicate noodles. These silken strands are all freshly prepared, being pulled, split and folded in minutes and cooked specifically to each individual order.

The Chinese cultural heritage of sharing meals is embraced at Chefs Gallery – where dining is casual in its structure with no designated entrees or main courses. There is an extensive range of creative dishes with a modern twist that are specially prepared in delicious small portions for sampling and sharing. Among these are some traditional and familiar dishes that have been given the Chefs Gallery treatment.

Chefs Gallery draws on the four traditional Chinese schools of cuisine: Lu (Shandong) Yang (Su) Yue (Guangdong/Cantonese) Chuan (Sichuan). And there is more than a nod to the influences of Peng Zu, Yuan Mei and Yi Yin, the ancient founders and legends of the traditions and subtle nuances of true Chinese dishes and culinary ceremony. Each menu item adheres to the yin and yang of dedicated cooking methods, combined with the meticulous selection of produce to bring you memorable dishes.

The menu has been carefully matched with wines from Australia, France, Italy, Spain and New Zealand. Many of them are available by the glass so that patrons can sample different wines throughout their meal or perhaps for a relaxing glass after work with friends and colleagues.

Founder and owner Kaisern Ching says: “Chefs Gallery, Jamison ….will give the business precinct in Sydney a different and intimate taste of Chinese dining. We are serving a lot of interesting wine my the glass which suits business lunches and for people to come in after work and have a dish or two with a glass.

Chefs Gallery Jamison Street (cnr George Street, Sydney near Australia Square) Sydney NSW Australia
Shop G24 ground floor entry from Jamison St
+61 2 9247 8888

And Chefs Gallery Regents Place 501 George Street, Sydney NSW Australia
Shop 12 entry from Bathurst St (opposite St Andrews Cathedral)

www.chefsgallery.com

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