SYDNEY | Located below the ground floor of Westfield Sydney is an unexpectedly spacious dining room with sugar, spice and all things nice. The CBD branch of New Shanghai boasts a delicious Chinese street eats menu with a few surprise cameos from the likes of gelato legends Messina and the cocktail and soda connoisseurs at PS40.
New Shanghai has demonstrated a considered effort with the creation of their cocktail list. Far from the sugary blue “Piña colada” types typically on offer on Chinatown menus, their list, co-created with Michael Chiem (PS40), offers Asian inspired signatures and twists on some classics. Amongst these are the Messina coconut & pandan Aviation and a light, refreshing yuzu sake “fizz” (that pairs very nicely with their seriously juicy pork dumplings). A warning though, they are dangerously drinkable!
Whether in need of an office lunch a mid shopping spree break, or simply something reliably delicious in a buzzing, and at times overwhelming, CBD; New Shanghai’s generous dishes will definitely curb your hunger. Be sure to try the prawn wontons with chilli oil, peanut and sesame sauce; and the crispy, sweet and sour rainbow beef.
New Shanghai Sydney
188 Pitt Street
New South Wales 2000
Mon – Sun: 11:00am to 9:00pm