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AlexForbes

Billy Kwong restaurant in Sydney

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Judging by how famous chef Kylie Kwong is in her native Australia (she's written a series of cookbooks and done a few TV series too, apart from owning the famed Billy Kwong restaurant), I am surprised that I can't seem to find any comprehensive reports of a dinner at Billy Kwong.

How Chinese is the food? Is it merely Chinese-inspired? Has anyone been, lately?

I might share with all of you a link to a profile of chef Kwong published in the Sydney Morning Herald.

And here is a nice set of photos of dishes, posted on Flickr, though they were taken back in 2007....


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We walked past here a few weeks ago to attend our reservation at Marque. It was interesting to see people lining up to get in.

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I went about a year and a half ago. It was good, although more homely than haute cuisine, which for the price, surprised me. The menu when I went was half Chinese influences, half South East Asian influenced. I think Jimmy Liks in Potts Point and China Doll in Wooloomooloo are better bets though.

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How Chinese is the food? Is it merely Chinese-inspired? Has anyone been, lately?

If its anything like her cookbook or TV show, then the consensus on egullet is that its not what would be called authentic Chinese food.

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