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Merivale brings Hong Kong-inspired Diner Queen Chow to the South Coast Town of Narooma

Merivale brings Hong Kong-inspired Diner Queen Chow to the South Coast Town of Narooma

Merivales Queen Chow shows up in the south coast town of Narooma this summer, where the hospitality giant announces that its Hong Kong-inspired eatery will temporarily take over the dining room at its hotel The Whale Inn. Queen Chow Narooma opens on December 11 and runs all summer. It takes over the space recently occupied by the Chez Dominique pop-up.

Like its Manly and Enmore counterparts, Queen Chow Narooma will serve a menu of Cantonese cuisine with a particular focus on seafood. Expect locally sourced Wagonga stone oysters with a rice wine mignonette, sashimi with mandarin ponzu, crayfish with XO sauce and a Balmain bug omelette with chili oil. And dumpling master Eric Koh goes to town to oversee the menu of steamed, baked and fried dumplings. Queen Chow Narooma’s menu has been created by former Mr Wong chef Tal Buchnik, who is also head chef at Merivales’ other Narooma estate The Quarterdeck, and Queen Chow Manly’s Toby Worthington.

The bright and airy room has sea views and will be furnished with large lazy Susan tables for groups.

Merivale announced that they had purchased The Whale Inn back in June. And while Queen Chow marks the second pop-up in her restaurant room – after the Chez Dominique bistro residency – hotel rooms currently remain as they are; they will be renovated “in due course”.

Queen Chow Narooma opens on December 11th.

merivale.com

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