As previously mentioned, I am on the hunt for Sydney’s best wan ton noodle soup. Today I sampled the wan ton noodle soup at Superbowl Chinese restaurant and it has by default become the best I have tried here at this point in time (due to the fact that I have only tried it in two restaurants in Sydney).
- Soup: Flavoursome yet mild, without being too mild. 8.5/10
- Wan tons: A good serving of six large wan tons – sweet, juicy and packed with flavour; some gristle 8.5/10
- Noodles: A generous serving of egg noodles that I could not finish. 10/10
- Gai lum: A good accompaniment of greens; fresh and just the right amount. 8.5/10
- Value for money: Who would not be happy spending $AUS7.00 on such a tasty, filling meal? 9.5/10
Total Score: 45/50 – that’s 90%! Well done Superbowl, you are the current wan ton noodle soup sage ðŸ™‚
Superbowl Chinese restaurant
39 Goulburn Street
Tel: (02) 9281 2462
A friend recommended B.B.Q. King to me just before I arrived in Sydney and I tried them for their wan ton noodle soup last Saturday. I was quite disappointed and duly communicated this to my friend, who sent me a chastising reply recommending â€œforget the wan ton noodle soup, itâ€™s all about the duck, Pedroâ€?. So today, I ate duck and I’m glad that I did.
I ordered a plate of BBQ pork and roast duck on rice ($AUS 13.00 at time of purchase) and my regret factor = 0. The duck was succulent, meaty and plentiful; very nice indeed. The BBQ pork was excellent also, served in very large, rough slices (in a good way) and had a flavour that was intense without being over-powering. As well as the delicious meats, the meal also included a generous portion of steamed gai lum.
B.B.Q King are no fuss no mess with delicious food. For a chinese plate of mixed meats on rice, you can’t go wrong. They mean business and I’m prepared to pay for it!
Flavour %: 95
Filling %: 100
Artery hardening %: 70
B.B.Q. King Restaurant
18-20 Goulburn St, Sydney 2000
Ever since I had a life-changing wan ton noodle soup in Happy Valley, Hong Kong, I always try to find the best in the city that I’m in. In Perth, the best I found was from Hoi’s Kitchen. Now that I am in Sydney, my quest continues.
I tried one place a few days ago but it wasn’t all that great.Â Still, I’m glad I’ve been back since.
I am finding WordPress’s initial offering excellent. Yet I’m fickle. This is my ongoing wishlist:
- Custom presentation templates: would be great to create/modify a template like you can with the install-your-own WordPress. This would enable me to create my own meta tags, perhaps google adsense at a later date, Flickr feeds etc.Â I understand this is already under discussion and I am a patient person!
Had a stroll to Milsons Point last night to take a look at Luna Park Sydney.
A couple of choice pics below. See all my Luna Park photos, or all of my Sydney Harbour photos.
Hi, I’m Pedro; welcome to my brand spanking new blog.
As documented on my About page, I have just moved to Sydney. I am currently overflowing with hope, ambition, anticipation and a sprinkling of anxiety.
I have been here for one day now and this sums up my current status:
- No job
- No permanent address. Currently staying with my mate Whitey in McMahon’s Point (He has a nice view).
- A perpetually depleting bank account
- Having fun!
I want to take the opportunity of my first post to say a big thank you to WordPress. In my humble opinion, I feel that WordPress is the weblog system that most closely meets my needs.
I have patiently been waiting on WordPress’s invitation list now for about six weeks and it was with much elation that I opened my Email (30 minutes ago and 36 hours after arriving in Sydney) from WordPress notifying me that I had an account waiting for me to activate. Again, many thanks to WordPress and their excellent product; I hope to put it to good use.
Over and out