Beijing station, Burwood, Sydney west

You really are spoils for choice when it comes to dining out in Burwood. So many cuisines, so many restaurants and all of this just on the main road. We literally walked up and down a section of the street 3 times before we settled on Beijing station as the place we would have lunch.

From the outside it doesn't look anything special, and on the inside its the same, haha. But we didn't come here for the views, we came here for the views and so we quickly perused the menu and made a few choices.

Wontons in spicy sauce - $10.80 - Tasty morsels of wontons with minced pork as the filling. The star of the dish has to be the spicy sauce though, made with fresh chilies and chilli oil, it provided the kick the wontons needed. Sprinkled on top was coriander, eschallots and dried chilies - enough for me to form beads of sweat on this hot day.

Home-taste stir fry noodles with mixed vegetables and minced pork - $14.80 - Homemade simplicity defines this dish. Roughly sliced ribbons of noodles with just the right amount of bite, tossed through a mix of mince pork (would have been good if there was more) and an assortment of veggies. Feels like something you'd eat at someone's home in China.

Beijing Station Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato


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