East meets West at Bokchoy Tang, a fully licensed restaurant with a stylish interior and a focus on steamed food, hand-made dumplings and market-fresh seafood. Marvel at the spectacle of Master Chef Wenrui Ji and her team in full flight at Melbourne’s first Chinese restaurant with an open kitchen. Bokchoy Tang is the city’s home of Northern Chinese cuisine, serving lunch, dinner and their famous daily Yum Cha. Commended by The Age Good Food Guide in 2011, you can enjoy an intimate dinner in the main dining room, or book the private room for boardroom meetings and celebrations.
Special Features: Gluten-free and vegetarian available
Access: Bokchoy Tang has lift access and is wheelchair accessible. For further details visit, Accessiblity at Fed Square.
Awards + Reviews:
The Age Good Food Guide 2011 Score: 14/20
The Age Epicure (6 July 2010)
“Wenru Ji has been preparing every single dumpling served at Bokchoy Tang for the past three years. Her 35 years of experience and high level of skill with these little pockets of joy is evident in the impressive range of tasty and beautifully presented dumplings on offer at the Federation Square restaurant.”
City Weekly (6 May 2010)
“Accompanied by Chinese tea in petite porcelain cups, red chopsticks and calming music, Bokchoy Tang really is a mind and body refresher.”
The Age: In Search of the Holy Grail (19 January 2010)
“Fancy Federation Square dining with a civilised, low-key vibe and an emphasis on steamed food.”
Bokchoy Tang can cater for up to 150 people in the restaurant and also provides catering for events in the Deakin Edge.
Private Room: Up to 32 Seated
Restaurant: 150 Seated
Terrace – Drinks & Smoking Area: 36 Seated
Contact: George Qing, +61 3 9650 8666
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