Layered with timeless colonial furnishings including timber floors with tiled inlay, bamboo framed French woven chairs and slow turning ceiling fans, Mr. Wong pays homage to classic Chinese influences in a contemporary style. The Cantonese-style menu features over 60 dishes including Chinese roasted duck, faux Shark ...read more
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Mr Wong is undoubtedly my favourite restaurant in Sydney. It oozes cool and cultured with a Melbourne feel to it's "hidden alley" location. Despite being hidden, don't expect grabbing an easy table as this place is also the talk of the town. The food is Asian inspired and absolutely phenomenal, the staff and service at par with the food. There is always something new I amread more
I can't believe I haven't reviewed before. I love what Dan Hong and his team have made this place out to be. Mr. Wong is one of our favourite go-tos for "fancy" Chinese. I love the feel of the place. It is a little dark and sometimes noisy, but I really only care about the food. The food doesn't stray far from traditional Chinese and it's like a good Chinese restaurant, butread more
Delicious meal and wonderful customer service. If you are a table of 6 or more you can book which is good. The ambience is dim and seductive with a very buzzing somewhat noisy atmosphere. The menu is varied and you wont be disappointed with anything you order because its just so good. I highly recommend the Angus Beef ribs, the drunken chicken and all the desserts!
There is no booking system so if you want a table for two when the restaurant opens at 5.30 I would suggest getting there at five. We arrived at 6.30pm on advice from the restaurant and were told on arrival it would be 9pm seating. That's just how popular this place is, but how frustrating it can be for a diner. As luck would have it we ended up being seated at the benchread more