You’ll love their mouth-watering hand-made noodles, wontons and dumplings served in piping hot, spicy broths or bamboo steamers plus the range of delicious sides and accompaniments.
Patrons can also enjoy culinary theatre at its best as the expert noodle chefs deftly prepare their meals.
As a nod to the upcoming winter season, talented Head Chef Murali Nadarajah has introduced some soul-warming desserts to take the chill out of the air and add interest to your day.
Apart from the rich, pillowy custard pancakes with lashings of fresh strawberries which are already a firm favourite among Lucky Cheng’s diners, the new desserts include: Cookies and Cream with Deep Fried Ice Cream served with pineapple and chocolate topping; Green Tea Tiramisu served with passionfruit coulis and cream; Pandan Waffle with vanilla ice cream, cream and strawberries; and Sago-Sagu Pudding with gala melaka (rich brown sugar), coconut cream and mango.
With all desserts priced from $10-$14, chef Murali says he recommends the Green Tea Tiramisu.
“We have incorporated our touch on the classic tiramisu dessert,” he said.
“It is sweet and creamy, the tartness of the passionfruit coulis complements the green tea flavour beautifully. Be sure to leave room for dessert during your next visit to the Bankstown Sports eatery and finish your meal on a sweet note.”
8 Greenfield Pde, Bankstown.
Ph: 9722 9810.