Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Ms G's Restaurant Review - Potts Point


Finally got around to try this.

A 2min walk (200m) from Kings Cross station.







Mini bánh mì  $6ea

There's a choice between chicken katsu and pork belly, we got the pork belly. The sauce is amazing, tastes exactly like viet pork rolls, only with the hefty price tag attached. $4 pork roll VS a palm sized burger. You do the maths.



Ms G’s grilled corn on the cob, parmesan, lime $4ea

I don't normally eat a lot of corn, but I enjoyed this.. the sauce was a winner. Corn comb and parmesan!? Genius!

D I Y Sang Choy Bao – Sichuan chilli lamb, smoked eggplant sambal $26

Enjoyable, quite chilli, soaked in oil. Recommended



Egg noodles with XO sauce, braised duck, soft poached egg $18

Half way through the Sang Choy Bao, we thought we'd still be hungry, got greedy and ordered another main. There was an poached egg hidden under the pile of duck.The duck was disappointing, would've prefered crispy skin.. the duck and stringy, soggy and had this odd fish-like texture -- especially with the XO sauce, added fishiness... I didn't enjoy this too much. Serving was too small to be a main, noodles were probably over cooked and difficult to separate.

“Stoner’s Delight 2.0” doughnut ice cream, peanut butter, raspberry jam, candied bacon, potato chips, mars bar slice, banana fritter $12

Those were potato chips!? I thought the yellow things were corn flakes. They must've modified this dish.. no nougat (seen on other blogs). Candied bacon was "interesting". Mars bar slices tasted more like coco pops slices... Not overly impressed with this dessert.


“Dirty Passion” Passion fruit custard, chocolate, coconut  $12

My friend had this, I had a scoop and enjoyed it. Passionfruit custard was delicious, a nice sour contrast, hidden under the crumbs. Recommended.

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