Sunday, March 25, 2007

RESTAURANT: Mr Chow’s Peking Restaurant

Type: Chinese
Location: 33 Kent St, Miller’s Point
Booking Required: Sometimes

You wouldn’t expect a good Chinese restaurant to be tucked away above a pub in Miller’s Point, but Mr Chow’s is just that. Above average food, great service and a nice location.

While it is good, the one thing that keeps me coming back is their tea-smoked duck. It’s amazing. Words can not explain my love for that dish. Other highlights include the shallot pancake, dumplings, curry chicken, and salt and pepper squid. However, Mr Chow’s suffers from the same problem that most Chinese restaurants do by having too much on the menu. Some dishes aren’t anything special and should be left alone.

And it’s even fairly good value if you go in a large group. You can leave feeling very well fed for $40 a head, excellent value for the service and food on offer.

RATING: Will return to

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2 comments:

Sam said...

Tea smoked duck sounds fucking good

Jobe said...

Mate, it's fucking ace. One of the top 5 dishes I've ever eaten in Sydney.