Contemporary Chinese restaurant group, Chefs Gallery, has made its biggest menu update in seven years as it continues to revolutionise Asian cuisine.
Its Hurstville restaurant is now offering its own exclusive selection of dishes.
“We’re thrilled to introduce this thoughtful new selection of spectacular dishes, largely influenced by each neighbourhood where we reside, from the suburbs of Sydney to the cities of China,’’ said Chefs Gallery owner Kaisern Ching.
‘‘Each dish is a brilliant compliment to all the favourites that have been loved and devoured over the years.’’
The Hurstville restaurant will salute a Cantonese classic with the wok fried Rostbiff Black Angus beef with cheung rice noodles, garlic chives and sweet soy sauce.
Vegetarians haven’t been forgotten with the golden battered eggplant, coated with melt-in-your-mouth salted duck egg yolk and black tobiko.
The much-loved, innovative desserts menu has also received a delectable makeover, with a new range of treats blending traditional Asian flavours with modern influences.
New desserts include a gorgeous deconstructed pavlova.
Fans of Chefs Gallery’s hugely popular classic menu can rest assured – all their old favourites are still there, with plenty receiving scrumptious upgrades.
Chefs Gallery is in Westfield Hurstville, 256 Forest Rd enter via The Eatery.
- Details: chefsgallery.com