Archie Rose x Chin Chin Yum Cha
Time Out says
Two heavyweights in Sydney's dining and drinking scene are partnering to brighten up your weekend mornings
When you wake up on a Saturday morning with only the faint memory of having consumed one too many Negronis last night, there's one thing to get your weekend back on track: yum cha.
Sydney's spoilt for choice when it comes to spots to indulge in hearty, comforting Chinese-style dishes on a weekend, and your decision just got even more difficult. Hospo heavyweights Archie Rose and Chin Chin have just partnered up for a 'gin-spired' version of the tradition – if ever there was any doubt that a little hair of the dog was the only way to properly recover. The master distillers at Archie Rose have crafted cocktails especially for the occasion, like Archie's Spritz with passionfruit and apricot, the Violet Crown with elderflower and orange, and a Strawberry Colada with pineapple and coconut. A range of new dishes will also be gracing your brunch table, including crumbed prawn steamed buns, fried chicken wings, BBQ pork buns and more ($55 per person).
Head over for gin-fuelled yum cha sessions on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays at Chin Chin Sydney.
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69 Commonwealth St