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New modern Chinese restaurant, Lucky Kwong opens in Eveleigh

Lucky Kwong Sydney

From Potts Point to Eveleigh, you can’t escape Kylie. Lucky Kwong is a casual Australian-Cantonese cafeteria-style eatery, featuring some of Kylie’s best-known dishes for dine in or takeaway. This is the first time since Kylie’s beloved Carriageworks Farmers Market stall, that her food will be so accessible. Named after a child she and her husband lost, Lucky’s got some emotional roots, helping Kylie on a personal journey of rediscovery and the benefit’s in the output. he menu will be small, with daily specials showcasing producers and fellow chef collaborators and will feature some Kylie Kwong favourites – from prawn dumplings and Uncle Jimmy’s noodles to caramelised pork belly with Davidson’s plum, stir-fried Boon Luck Farm vegetables with tofu, and steamed savoury pancakes with toppings like Fish Butchery’s yellowfin tuna and XO. Kylie will continue to work with small, sustainable producers, many of whom she has long-standing relationships with, and will incorporate native edible plants as she has done for the past 10 years. Find out more and make a booking at the Lucky Kwong website. Lucky Kwong  2 Locomotive Street, Eveleigh, 2015 NSW  02 8377 1878 Open: Monday- Friday lunchtime 11am- 2.30pm for walk-ins and takeaway