Sydney, New South Wales

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Chefs Gallery in Macquarie Centre is a Sydney dining experience like no other; where the artistry of Chinese cuisine and art combine to indulge diners with a mouth-watering, multi-sensory Chinese experience. From the mesmerising display of the pulling of hand-made noodles behind the glass walled kitchen - to each artfully created dish from the sumptuous new menu, the experience is unique. These gourmet masterpieces from across China, coupled with the changing displays of contemporary Chinese artwork create a true gallery of stimulations to nourish the senses.
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Macquarie Shopping Centre,
Shop 407
North Ryde NSW 2113


North Ryde



Asian, Chinese, Gluten free available, Vegetarian available

Price Range:

$$$$ ~ $$$$


Licensed & BYO (wine only)

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Chefs Gallery is a Sydney dining experience like no other – and the experience just got better with the opening of its latest restaurant in the revamped Macquarie Shopping Centre, North Ryde.

From the muted hues and finishes of its interior to the elegant displays of Chinese calligraphy and calligraphy brushes suspended from the ceiling, there is an underlying subdued and sublime aesthetic. But this serenity veils the industrious energy in its kitchen that produces Chef’s Gallery’s exceptional, hand-made food. Chefs Gallery is the home of hand made noodle mastery. Where else can you order freshly made noodles and have them pulled, spun, twisted and stretched before your eyes?

Visible through the glass walled kitchen, the entire handmade noodle process starts when a noodle order is received. Patrons can watch as noodles are transformed from the ‘mama dough’, which is then twisted to form the ‘baby dough’. It takes around two minutes to dexterously pull one serve of noodles, with a cooking time of 20 seconds. Each lozenge of baby dough is pulled and folded seven times into final cats cradle string-like strands. The precision of the noodle making process is as much of an art as it is a science. Once cooked, the lifespan of a batch of noodles averages only a few minutes. The attentive staff at Chefs Gallery ensure the noodles are served speedily at their freshest.

Examples of time-honoured Chinese calligraphy in styles of past dynasties that grace the restaurant walls and elegant calligraphy brushes are suspended from the ceiling.

The menu embraces the Chinese cultural heritage of sharing meals – where dining is casual in its structure with no designated entrees or main courses. There is an extensive range of creative dishes with a modern twist that are specially prepared in tempting small portions for sampling and sharing with family and friends. Among these are some traditional and familiar dishes that have been given the Chef’s Gallery treatment. And always fresh noodles are showcased.

Chef’s Gallery draws on the four traditional Chinese schools of cuisine, Lu (Shandong) Yang (Su) Yue (Guangdong/Cantonese) Chuan (Sichuan). Each menu item adheres to a meticulous selection of produce to bring patrons memorable dishes.

The succinct wine list boasts wines from Australia, France, Spain, New Zealand and Italy. Many are offered by the glass for more abstemious lunches and after work drinks coupled with savvy Sino bar food – or full a la carte meals.

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Fixed / set price available
Suitable for Families with children
Suitable for Groups of 10
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