Cuisine: Taiwanese 

Address: 37 Pyrmont St, Pyrmont, Australia

Phone: 02 9518 9955

  • Value


  • License


  • Entertainment


  • Wheelchair Access


  • Hours

    Lunch Tue–Fri, dinner Tue–Sat . Bookings recommended for dinner.

  • Outdoor Dining


  • Private Dining


  • Views

  • Functions


  • Venue Size

    Seats 110, functions on the raised stage for 60

  • Bar / Lounge


  • Payment Type

    AE, MC, V

Cheap Eats Review

A friend who works nearby never realised this Taiwanese restaurant existed. That’s because it’s cleverly disguised in the hall of St Bede’s Church and there’s nothing to suggest a Chinese connection except for the iron gates with a dragon cut-out. Those who do venture inside to a full house, even mid-week, are blessed with such offerings as slivers of stewed beef shin with sesame oil and shallot $10 and pork dumplings with chives $10, which are so popular that frozen take-home packs are offered. Mains are similarly inspired, with a fragrant pork belly, slow-cooked in soy and star anise $22, a stand-out dish. The floorstaff are charming, if service is a little slow, and sticky rice cakes in ginger syrup with sweet peanut powder $8 is an interesting finish.


Full Address

37 Pyrmont St, Pyrmont, Australia

Directions: From Casino Light Rail, walk left down Jones Bay Rd.

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