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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Queen Chow OPENS in Narooma Sat 11th Dec

The fragrant flavours inspired by Hong Kong street food are officially coming to the south

coast, with Queen Chow taking a temporary residency at Narooma’s The Whale Inn, following the conclusion of the Chez Dominique pop-up.

Queen Chow Narooma opens to the public on Saturday 11th December and will be open throughout summer and into 2022.

Wed - Fri 5:00 pm - until late

Sat 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm, 5:00 pm - until late

Queen Chow Narooma will be serving a fresh take on traditional Cantonese cuisine with all the classic Queen Chow favourites covered. At its heart will be simple, well-executed dishes created by Tal Buchnik (formerly Mr. Wong) and Queen Chow Manly’s Toby Worthington, and Australia’s best seafood sourced from the South Coast will take centre stage.

Menu highlights will include Wagonga rock oysters locally sourced with rice wine mignonette, local sashimi with mandarin ponzu, hand dived local Abalone, local crayfish with XO sauce, grilled local scallops with kombu butter and a Balmain bug omelette with fragrant chilli oil and fried bread.

Another must-try will be a selection of steamed, baked and fried dumplings by revered

dumpling master, Eric Koh, guaranteed to satisfy all your dumpling cravings.

The remodeled restaurant space plans to offer a fun yet relaxed surrounding for all guests, complete with large tables featuring a lazy Susan for a communal and fun experience for big groups, plus an abundance of tables for couples and smaller groups to enjoy a great night out.

Accommodation at The Whale Inn remains open, with plans for the evolution of the property

to be announced in due course.


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