Sydney Dining Highlights


      Chef's Gallery Modern Chinese Cuisine in Parramatta

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      Chefs Gallery Opening in Parramatta is an educational experience in fine contemporary Chinese cuisine. Starting with Wonton wrappers fried, to crisp to raw wagyu beef sliced with mint and chilli, this was a night to remember. The World Loves Sydney was invited to the launch, the restaurant closing it's doors for a media event to showcase it's innovation and flair.

      Succulent Mini pork burgers were a highlight and Spinach stir fry noodles captured the imagination. Stir fry calamari and Fried silky tofu were delicate and rewarding dishes.

      The art of modern Chinese cuisine danced on our palate with bold and exotic flavours.

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      The opening ambience was breathtaking beautiful as we walked into a welcoming room filled with music, food and laughter.

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      Chefs Gallery, the artisans of contemporary Chinese cuisine, have spiced up Parramatta’s newest eat street with the launch of their brand new restaurant on the ground floor of Westfield Parramatta.

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      Having opened the doors recently, Chefs Gallery’s fourth restaurant is already drawing attention within the local community for their hand-made noodles, mouth-watering mains and innovative desserts. We were blown away by the demonstration by the chef of making the hand made noodles. Often these days noodles are made by a machine, but we were impressed with the quality of the hand made noodles and the sense of theatre in how they are made.

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      The 200-seater restaurant is serving up signature dishes that have made Chefs Gallery famous all over Sydney, including, pan fried scallops (served with three sauces; chilli, sesame soya and an oil-free vinaigrette dressing), Macanese style mini burgers (with pork fillet, pork floss, lettuce and a sweet-chilli mayo dressing), and Chefs Gallery’s spin on surf and turf (lightly fried and salted fish fillet served with a mixed Chinese salad and crispy pork belly).

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      “Western Sydney is hungry for the same culinary offerings you would normally only find in the Sydney CBD and because of this, Parramatta is experiencing a huge boost in food and culture offerings of late,” says Chefs Gallery Founder Kaisern Ching.

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      “Chefs Gallery is about the craftsmanship of great food and creating dishes that produce a multi-sensory gastronomic experience. We’re thrilled to be showcasing the art of Chinese food to the people of Parramatta.” Says Ching.

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      In addition to a delicately modernised take on traditional cuisines, the restaurant’s drinks list offers a mix of Australian and European wines that sit alongside well known Asian beer brands. A stand out offering that mirrors the Pan-Asian menu is the Lychee Gold Cider, a boutique cider that’s brewed just outside Canberra and packs a sweet punch.

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      With chefs on display crafting hand-made noodles behind the glass walled kitchen, as well as a menu full of artfully created dishes, the experience of dining at Chefs Gallery is one that is unique in its theatre, artistry and taste.

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      What an outstanding evening!

      The new restaurant is open seven days for lunch and dinner so if you’re looking for a flavoursome night out, or just somewhere special to go on your lunch break, Chefs Gallery is bringing a whole new dimension to Parramatta’s dynamic dining district.



      WHERE:               Westfield Parramatta Ground Floor

            Shop 2184, 159-175 Church St Parramatta

      Stay in touch with Chefs Gallery:

      Website: www.chefsgallery.com

      Facebook: www.facebook.com/ChefsGalleryRestaurant

      Instagram: @chefsgallery

      Twitter: @chefsgallery

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      Phone: 02 8810 8881