The restaurant is span over flour floors, all decked in quirky decors ranging from a graffiti wall, communal tables and even a veggie garden courtyard.
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In October 2010, chefs Dan Hong and Jowett Yu launched Merivale’s innovative venture, Ms. G’s in Potts Point. Joining forces this dynamic duo went about creating a fun and unique dining experience combining Vietnamese, Taiwanese, Chinese and Korean influences with – surprisingly – western food-inspired dishes.
Moving up to take the reins at the restaurant are two chefs who have been influencing the style of cuisine and menu since it opened, Patrick Frieson and Paul Donnelly. With an intuitive sense of flavour and texture combinations and an obsession for manipulating Asian flavours, these two chefs will continue to deliver dishes that keep diners on their toes, alongside Dan Hong who remains as Executive Chef.
Did I like it?
It was an interesting experience eating Asian cuisine in an ang moh country and city. The food fare served seemed to be mostly inspired by street snacks from different parts of Asian, given a modern twist. The presentations are pretty and the flavours are there too.
Having traveled to many parts of Asia where food prices are generally much lower than in Sydney, Ms. G’s dishes do seem a tad pricey. Nonetheless, it is worth paying for the dining experience and to soak in the night dining scene at Pott Points. 🙂
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155 Victoria Street
Potts Point, New South Wales 2011
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