Kylie Kwong x Eat Fuh

Tue 23rd February, 2021 – Thu 25th February, 2021
Eat Fuh
Shop B2S002, 1 Locomotive Street, Eveleigh
The Sydney dining legend is teaming up with the Vietnamese eatery for two special dishes to ring in the Lunar New Year.

Ahead of opening her new casual eatery in South Eveleigh later this year, Billy Kwong chef-restaurateur Kylie Kwong is celebrating Tet, the Vietnamese celebration of Lunar New Year, with a future neighbour.

She's getting behind the pans at Eat Fuh's South Eveleigh location to present a new dish for the occasion, with the Vietnamese eatery presenting a special of its own, too.

Kwong's dish is a take on long-life Hokkien noodles. It's a mix of Australian, Cantonese and Vietnamese influences, and an homage to the area's multicultural nature. The fresh egg noodles are made by Kwong's uncle; the dressing is from Eat Fuh founder and chef Hanny Tang; and it's complemented by native bush mint grown in South Eveleigh.

The Eat Fuh creation is banh xeo, a crisp and savoury crepe eaten by Vietnamese families to celebrate the Lunar New Year. It uses a number of Indigenous plants and ingredients, including karkalla: a type of native succulent that adds a textural layer to the dish.

The two dishes are available at Eat Fuh's South Eveleigh restaurant for six days only.

More information here.