Friday, August 12, 2011

Ms. G's

Aight, So check it! I was recently, at Ms to the G. I guess my recollection of hip hop music playing in the background during my recent visit to Ms. G's got me writing in slang. My homie Pork Rib Potty (formerly known as Miso Scott) and I had lunch at this vibrant joint. It was like a high school flashback session. Back in the days when I was so down with everything hip hop.

Ms. G’s menu was created by the genius Chefs Dan Hong and Jowett Yu. Ms. G's take fusion and modern Asian cuisine to another level.  It is situated in Victoria  Street at Potts Point, which is only a few minutes walk from the Kings Cross train station. There is one word to describe the ambience of this restaurant, and it is "funky". Word! Check the photos out: 

Absolute friendly service is provided by the knowledgeable staff. No doubt about it. So, we looked at the menu and picked what we wanted.

crispy pork belly mini bánh mi

Let me start by saying that the crispy pork belly mini bánh mi was amazing. It was like a vietnamese pork slider. With the first bite, the taste of coriander, carrot and special sauce takes the very juicy pork to a state of balance. Right at the end, the tasty pork crackling made me crave for more mini bánh mi. I heart pork crackling!

fried baby chicken with kimchi mayo

We also ordered half of the fried baby chicken with kimchi mayo. Wish we ordered more because it was so good! The chicken was fried to perfection with a crispy outside layer. The kimchi component of the mayo was very subtle which gave the mayo a hint of the kimchi’s spicy garlic flavour. 

sweet and sour lamb ribs
The sweet and sour lamb ribs was my favourite out of everything we ordered. The meat was very tender that it was falling off the bones. The sticky sauce it was baste with was sweet and sour in taste with sweetness that was honey-like. The basil leaves calms down the meat and sauce's rich flavour.
Stoner’s delight

The Stoner’s delight was just simply awesome! It had doughnut ice cream, chocolate, rice bubble, pretzel, peanut brittle, and marshmallow swimming in a caramel-like sauce. 

green tea cocktail

Well, you don't have to be down with hip hop music to dig this modern Asian restaurant. As long as you dig awesome food with fancy combination of ingredients and flavours, then this is the place for you. Oh yeah, it has a bar too that serve amazing cocktails. Believe that! Our lunch at Ms. G’s was very yummy for my tummy. How’s yours?

Ms. G’s
155 Victoria Street
Potts Point NSW 2011
(02)8313 1000
Kitchen hours:
Mon-Thurs 5pm to 11pm
Friday 12pm to 3pm/5pm to 11pm
Sat 5pm to 11pm
Sunday 1pm to 9pm

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  1. Great post, like your style, great pics and concise copy!

  2. ooh the lamb ribs look incredible!

  3. I think this is the first hip hop blog post I've ever read and I'm pleased to say YO man, I dig it (ok that was half hip hop, half flower power). Love Ms Gs...desperate to go back asap.

  4. Would you choose that crispy pork belly mini bánh mi over the awesome all beef Aussie burger?

  5. Hi Thang - Thanks!:)

    Hi Suze - Yes they were incredible! and amazing.

    Hi MissPiggy - I'm glad you're down with mah post Yo!

    Hi chopinandmysaucepan - I love em both! They are uniquely good :)

  6. Love the pork belly buns!!!! Hope they is some crumbs left for me??

  7. I am still yet to visit Ms Gs, you photos are quite enticing.

  8. Oooh I could do with some kimchi mayo fried chicken with an ice cold cider xD yummm!

  9. i guess their plug on masterchef is because they're actually a good restaurant! will have to check it out

  10. loveeee their bánh mi! last time i went, i was too full to try their dessert >-<

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