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Spice Temple

  • 10 Bligh St. Map It
  • City Center
  • Chinese

Published 07/21/2016

Fodor's Review

The culinary focus of this chic basement eatery—another of the restaurants owned by Neil Perry of Rockpool fame—is regional China. There are dishes from far-flung Yunnan, Hunan, and Sichuan provinces, and as the names suggests, they all have a kick. The food is meant to be shared, so pass around the ginger shallot crab, the pork belly, or the extra spicy hot and numbing crispy duck. The hottest dishes are marked in red on the menu. It's a busy, trendy eatery (down a somewhat steep flight of stairs), so if you have to wait at the bar for a table, grab a cocktail and a spicy pork bun and take in the opium den ambience. Cocktails are named after the Chinese Zodiac; if you're born in the Year of the Dragon you might like to sip on a refreshing mix of lemongrass and rose soda, citrus, and Tanqueray gin.

Restaurant Information

Address:

10 Bligh St., Sydney, New South Wales, 2000, Australia

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Phone:

02-8078–1888

Restaurant Details:

  • Closed Sun. No lunch Sat.

Published 07/21/2016

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