Eat Fuh Lunar Feast
Kylie Kwong has created a limited-edition Long Life noodle dish at Eat Fuh to celebrate the Year of the Ox.
Sydney's ever-expanding Vietnamese chain Eat Fuh ended 2020 on a high note, opening a new store in the fast-growing suburb of Eveleigh. In honour of the Year of the Ox, this new store is gaining two limited-time dishes from chef, restaurateur and TV presenter Kylie Kwong and Eat Fuh director Hoang Nguyen.
On offer is Nguyen's bánh xèo, a crispy, savoury crepe and Kwong's Long Life hokkien noodles. Both dishes are inspired by the creators' cultural heritage and created thanks to collaborations between family and community members.
The egg noodles used in Kwong's dish were created by her Uncle Jimmy, while the sauce was made by Nguyen's mother and Eat Fuh founder Hanny Tang. Both dishes also incorporate native edible plants grown on-site at South Eveleigh's native rooftop farm that tie the food to the First Nations history of the area. In the bánh xèo, you'll find the native succulent karkalla and in the hokkien noodles you'll find native bush mint.
The dishes are available exclusively at Eat Fuh, South Eveleigh for six days between Tuesday, February 16 and Thursday, February 25.
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