The Tiantong Kitchen in Sydney is an authentic Shanghai local cuisine restaurant, the owner is a chef from Shanghai. You can taste traditional Shanghai dishes such as Nanxiang Xiaolong, Eel with Eel, Braised Pork and so on. It definitely has a kind of hometown intimacy.
The main dishes are fried dumplings and xiaolong bao. Although they are good, I don’t think they are outstanding. They are not even as good as the xiaolong bao I have eaten in Nanjing and Wuxi. However, its Song Sao Yugeng will be launched. It is not only delicious but also authentic. There are a lot of fresh fish in it. So when I came to Tiantong Kitchen again the next night, I insisted on ordering Song Sao Yugeng again.
This restaurant is very busy. Located in Chinatown, Sydney, it is very lively. The special Shanghai cuisine, sweet and sour short ribs, steamed buns, egg yolk crab, etc. are very delicious, the dishes are very exquisite, and overall it is recommended!
The location is in the city center, so I often eat. There are usually a lot of people during the meal, so the queue is sure, the chairs at the door are full of people ~ the per capita consumption is about 25-60. The portion is generous, the dishes are delicious~ Xiaolongbao is also a must
After the reform and opening up, most of the Chinese who came to Australia at first came from Shanghai, so Shanghai cuisine will be more popular at the beginning, and Tiantong restaurant is the best among them, and now it has opened chain hotels. Tiantong Xiaochu is one of the brands, which makes a lot of Shanghai snacks. In front of the store, there are actually Shanghai fried buns made on-site. It gave a great sense of intimacy. This business is good. I went there in the afternoon and many people ate snacks in it. The taste is quite satisfactory. In terms of price, it should be a little bit expensive compared to Shanghai, but it is quite ordinary in actual consumption in Sydney.
Taste of Shanghai is a catering group established in 2005. It has a number of branches in Sydney. The main business is Shanghai cuisine. The business is very hot. Specialties include garlic and butter baked prawns, Shanghai fried shrimps, Boiled shrimp, fried clam Shanghai rice cake with XO sauce, and special banquet set menu. Of course, in addition to the Shanghai flavor, you can also taste the delicacies of Guangdong, Sichuan, Hunan, Beijing and other parts of China in Tiantong. The decoration of this store is also very Shanghai-style. Each store is like the prosperous epitome of old Shanghai. Guests can appreciate the gorgeous decoration of the hotel while savoring the delicate Shanghai-style elegance.