Much has already been said about Ms Gs it has been on my to do list for a while but for whatever reason I had not yet got the chance to give it a try…. Until now , first impressions. Very cool fit out with the graffiti style writing on one wall, thick ropes hanging from the ceiling and old school lights. I like the look of the place!
For entree I have the Mini bánh mì , very tasty littlie snack sized rolls. I can’t decide which one was better the chicken or the pork. There is a wide range of things on the menu for mains from fried chicken to pho style soup to Angus scotch fillet. Chefs Dan Hong and Jowett Yu really cover allot of different Asian inspired flavors.
Egg noodle with XO sauce was simple dish but it had lots of flavours in it. Especially when you mix it all up together, the pouched egg makes the spicy dish mild by masking the heat of chilli. Braised Wagyu Beef “Pho Style” was flavoursome with tender meat and lots of fresh ingredients. Konnyaku is popular in Japan I have had it before as sashimi and noodles but never in a pho style soup.
Deserts were every bit as good as the entree and mains maybe better. The “Stoner’s Delight” is an excellent combination of classic desert flavours everyone likes. Marshmallows were so soft. The cinnamon doughnut ice cream actually tasted like a cinnamon doughnut! I was expecting just a cinnamon flavour but it had that plus something more.
I wanted to get the Pandan chiffon cake ever since I saw it on masterchef. Sitting on top of the white tapioca the green of the cake really pops out at you. The cake itself is so light and airy !
Im a big fan of Ms G’! Believe the hype.
Mini bánh mì- crisp pork belly or chicken katsu $6
Egg noodles with XO sauce, braised duck, soft poached egg $16
Braised Wagyu Beef “Pho Style”, konnyaku noodles, lemongrass, beef broth $24
Pandan chiffon cake, strawberries, coconut sorbet $12
“Stoner’s Delight” cinnamon doughnut cream,chocolate, rice bubbles, pretzel, peanut brittle, marshmallow $12
155 Victoria Street
Potts Point, 2011