He & she piggy sweet buns filled with black bean paste. One of the signature dishes at the new Chefs Gallery restaurant in Sydney.
Do I like it? I love it.
More reviews featuring many, many more dishes from this wonderful newish restaurant that’s just around the corner from the cinemas in George street.
This Noodlies Sydney food blog experience was courtesy of our friends at Chefs Gallery and CorpSol.
13 more Chefs Gallery dishes here.
Nawww…still can't get over their cuteness! Still haven't eaten here but, in my defence, not in the city much these days.
Rita, the place is really incredible.. was a little sceptical because have read so many good things about it. Thought my expectations might have been too high, but not so, was a very rewarding experience.
Noodles made when you order the food… 128 strands per bowl. I'm a convert!
it was a bit of a disappointment for me with lunch last week….service was poor, food was very average for the price, trying to be like din tai fung but just doesnt work.
I had a great time dining here a couple weeks ago!! ^^ Yes, it's gimmicky, but I love it too!! The sesame insides of the piggy buns were really tasty too~
These little pigs are making the rounds in the blogsphere. I'll get there one day
wow, this is too cute to eat!!
Those piggies are way too cute!
I know, it's sooo hard to eat, you don't want to spoil the gorgeous buns!
So cute!! I wanted to try those at the Disneyland when I was in Hong Kong but I missed the dimsum time by 5 minutes.
Bum, you should giv eit a try Jane, the runny black bean paste is v delish