Modern Chinese at Chefs Gallery

Front and centre of Regent Place on the corner of George and Bathurst Street, Chefs Gallery, large neon letters that spell out their name and light up their window at night and a path for the line of diners waiting patiently out front.Chef's Gallery-41Chef's Gallery-4Chef's Gallery-2Also in Parramatta, Bankstown and Macquarie Shopping Centre the restaurant is packed and buzzing with busy staff and chatty diners. The walls and space dotted with pieces of Chinese contemporary art – which are for sale. At Town Hall, the current featured artist is Chinese-Australian Guo Jian, whose works are bright and bold.

Food wise, the focus at Chefs Gallery is traditional Chinese cuisine with a modern, upmarket twist. The menu is extensive and covers all bases on the seafood, vegetables and tofu, meat and poultry front. Dishes are best enjoyed shared and bring together diverse flavours that are complex and tasty.Chef's Gallery-9 Chef's Gallery-31 Chef's Gallery-30

Their bloody delicious noodles are the hero of the menu, served dry, wok fried or in soup, they are handmade on site and it’s quite a performance!

You can watch the chefs at work through the glass-walled kitchen. Desserts are a fun way to round out the meal too – they’re delicate, sweet and very cute. Chef's Gallery-20

The hack? Modern Chinese food with complex and seriously delicious flavours. Try the Gallery’s signature dishes to get the best of it.

Chefs Gallery, Regent Place, Ground Floor, Shop 12, 501 George Street, Sydney

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