Chef’s Gallery draws on flavours from 4 traditional Chinese schools of cuisine from Shandong, Su, Guangdong/Cantonese and Sichuan. For a place which serves true Chinese food from all parts, Chef’s Gallery definitely deserves to be labelled as one of the best Chinese food in Sydney.
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As soon as you take one bite into the chicken buns, you’ll realise the first taste in an instance. The ginger smell was indeed really strong. I’m not much of a huge fan of ginger so this one didn’t come across as a favourite for me, especially when the ginger overpowered the chicken taste too much.
The inside of the chicken bun. Too much ginger in a small bun didn’t let the chicken flavour come across well.
The dumplings is worth trying but it’s not something you would come to Chef’s Gallery for.
The fluffy Chinese roti was delicious. Absolutely enjoyed this. Because this is sooo cheesy, it’s definitely good for 3-4 people. For 2 people, it’s just simply too much.
Chefs Gallery squid ink noodles are delicious. I don’t like garlic but their garlic sauce is definitely worth it. The flavours of the sauce definitely goes well with the noodles instead of just the traditional noodles, topping and soy sauce.
Noodles at Chefs Gallery are handmade, which is another reason why it’s definitely a place to visit. The elegant black noodles infused with squid ink definitely made this dish a delicate one.
Dining atmosphere: ★★★✩✩
If you want something good, go for the mains. I’ve been here twice, but that won’t be it. I think there’s still just sooo many dishes you can try. And based on what I’ve had, I’m completely satisfied so far.