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The round-up: Brisbane’s best Chinese restaurants
Donna Chang, Brisbane City: Guests that cross the threshold of Donna Chang’s entry will be greeted by a stately and lavish interior, full of lush textures and light pastels. But it’s the food here that will really blow minds. Donna Chang’s menu of modern-Chinese fare is acclaimed for its mix of Sichuan flavours and authentic Cantonese flair, resulting in dishes such as kung pao tiger prawns, Chinese roast duck with Davidson’s plum, braised wagyu brisket with silken tofu and char-siu sweet roasted pork neck with rockmelon and honey.To get more news about shanghai special dishes, you can visit shine news official website.
Taste Gallery, Sunnybank: A popular choice for dim-sum lovers, Sunnybank’s Taste Gallery has all bases covered when it comes to Chinese eats. The restaurant’s yum cha offering is loaded with traditional favourites and some awesome vegetarian options. Try the Shanghainese steamed mini pork bun with crab meat and the tofu and coriander salad – you won’t be disappointed.
China Sea, Milton: One of the most highly-regarded Chinese restaurants in Brisbane has a legacy stretching back 25 years. China Sea, its restauranteur Stanley Cheung and chef Philip Cheung craft a delightful dining experience, specialising in Cantonese cuisine. From its lobster with ginger and shallot and crackling roast pork to Hokkein fried rice and chilli mud crabs, if you’re dining here you’re choosing the best.
Landmark Restaurant, Sunnybank and Chermside: Anyone that visits Sunnybank regularly will tell you that Landmark Restaurant is one of the best places to eat. Period. That being said, it is also one of Brisbane’s best spots to get your fix of authentic Chinese food. The yum cha selection here is almost unparalleled – be sure to come hungry.
King Tea, Paddington: After starting its life as a Spanish-inspired tapas joint, King Tea’s transition to a pan-Asian eatery has been a true stroke of genius. King Tea’s menu features a range of Asian-inspired bites designed to be eaten easily and often, ranging from Chinese pickles and cumin lamb ribs to kingfish yusheng, Chongqing chicken, crispy duck leg, broccoli lamb and coconut and lime rice pudding.
Phoenix, Brisbane City: A familiar name for any Sydney-based yum-cha lovers, Phoenix brought its brand of Chinese hospitality north in 2019, opening at Brisbane Quarter. Phoenix’s yum cha menu has a phenomenal array of steamed and fried morsels, including fresh crab-meat xiao long bao, king prawn and bamboo shoot dumplings and steamed pork ribs in mild chilli sauce. Larger plates include whole Peking duck, lobster tail with garlic butter, pan-fried wagyu beef in roasted-sesame sauce, jumbo king prawns in chilli bean sauce, and five spices beef shank.
Sun Sun, Aspley: The crew at this northside institution has been serving locals traditional Chinese dishes for more than 25 years. If its lengthy tenure isn’t enough to pique your interest, then have a closer look at the menu – snake beans with minced pork, duck in sweet-and-sour sauce, king prawns in black-bean sauce, Peking pork ribs and much, much more.
Happy Boy, Fortitude Valley: One of the best places you should try is definitely Happy Boy, which offers up regional-style Chinese food in a refined setting. Happy Boy sets the benchmark with dishes such as crispy bao sliders, fish slice drowned in Sichuan chilli broth and flash-fried lamb in Sichuan spiced oil. Happy Boy also boasts a neighbouring wine bar and eatery called Snack Man, which serves bite-sized Chinese eats including flame-grilled chicken skewers, open-top prawn dumplings, honey-glazed chicken buns, and more.
Stanley, Brisbane City: Inspired by the lively waterfront of Hong Kong’s Stanley Bay, this two-level restaurant blends the intoxicating aromas and tastes of traditional Cantonese cooking with moody aesthetics and Brisbane’s own maritime heritage, creating a world-class dining experience that is singularly memorable. Must-try dishes include the Peking duck pancakes, honey-glazed pork char siu, Cantonese roast duck, wok-fried pipis in XO sauce and the irresistible dim sum platters.
Little Lamb Hot Pot, Runcorn: Want to test the limits of your stomach capacity? This Runcorn restaurant offers an incredible all-you-can-eat buffet option that includes barbecued morsels, buffet dishes and authentic hot-pot. Fill your plates with ingredients and start cooking – we guarantee you’ll walk out of here content.
Chu The Phat, South Brisbane: One of Fish Lane’s biggest tenancies is home to the spacious and vibrant eatery Chu The Phat, owned and operated by the culinary minds behind Madam Wu on Eagle Street. Chu The Phat takes inspiration and flavours from the street food scenes of Hong Kong and Taiwan, with a large menu of options including smoked and fried duck with pickled green chilli sauce, Diamond Shell clams tossed with pork mince and Black Onyx beef stir fried with Jerusalem artichokes.