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Eight treasure duck with sticky rice.
China’s best-kept food secret comes from the lower reaches of the Yangtze River; a part of Shanghai, regional Jiangnan cuisine is the embodiment of harmony and it can be found right on our doorstep at Jiang Nan Gallery in Sydney’s CBD. This two-storey restaurant is beautifully decorated with traditional Chinese décor and artwork, where every day is Spring and jade plate ware only adds to the charm, along with traditionally dressed staff. Begin with steamed pork buns and stir-fried prawns with Longjing tea before typhoon-shelter style fried crab and sticky pork ribs. Jiang Nan Gallery’s signature is the way they cook Australian barramundi - offering three choices, either deep-fried with sweet and sour sauce, steamed with shallots and ginger or braised with Chinese soy and spicy sauce.
Ground Shop, 57 Liverpool Street, Sydney CBD 2000 NSW - See Map
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