MS. G'S
Sydney, New South Wales

2017 SMH Good Food Guide Awards - One Chef Hat
Ms. G's has brought five floors of fun to its Potts Point neighbourhood. The funky noodle bar displays an irreverent edge, with super-charged Asian classics and an "anything goes" kind of style. Vietnamese banh mi are re-imagined as zingy sliders and Thai green curry is sandwiched into a jaffle with braised beed and buffalo mozarella. The cool decor, with its graffiti, pink neon and veggie garden, is just a bonus.
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General info

Address:

155 Victoria Street
Potts Point NSW 2011

Suburb:

Potts Point

Contact:

Cuisine:

Asian, Thai, Vietnamese

Price Range:

$$$$ ~ $$$$

License:

Fully Licensed (no BYO)

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The charismatic multilevel space of Ms G's certainly plays to a moneyed crowd, luring in Potts Point socialites and Bondi hipsters who only drink coconut-water. It's an eclectic clientele but food is their common ground.


You can hear Ms G's before you see it. Hip tunes and excited prattle waft along Victoria Street, luring undecided diners to join the restaurant's queue, which there inevitably is with a no-bookings policy. The buzz of the room's neon lights can be distracting, but the food is worth paying attention to. Spicy snow crab, sweet and salty all at once, served in a bitter sesame leaf is the perfect starter. Topped with a dollop of sour cream, together with the crunch of tiny small balls of fried something-or-others create small explosions of flavour with each mouthful. The next dish is a creative take on scallop ceviche. The plump chunks of flesh are tossed with tomato and a creamy miso dressing and served in a fried cassava cup (think south east Asian pappadum). Al dente egg noodles are doused in a fragrant XO sauce, which could have been a little punchier but, served with shreds of braised duck, it's a forgivable oversight. The hero, however, is a still-translucent piece of crisp-skin barramundi, lathered in a fire-engine red sambal sauce.


Anna Lisle

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Features

Award Winning / Hatted
Something Different
Suitable for Corporate functions
Suitable for Functions
Suitable for Groups of 10
AWARDS
SMH Good Food Guide Awards - 2017
One Chef Hat

Reviews

CHEF RECOMMENDATIONS
Matthew McCool on 19/12/2014
Ms Gs for good Chinese cuisine.
Anna Polyviou on 23/09/2014
This one is a hard one. I've got too many! Ms. G's as Chef Dan Hong rocks. That place is good value and cool. I wasn't a big of Indian although my friend Kumar can cook with a passion at Ike's restaurant in Woolloomooloo, so Indian has just become my favourite cuisine. Then we move over to Kepos Street Kitchen and eat Middle Eastern that's ideal for breakfast lunch and dinner. don't miss the churros with salted caramel amazing
Shierly Anonymous on 28/08/2014
Favourite late night dining spot - Ms G's, the mini banh mi goes down well with beers.
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