Cuisine: Asian, Chinese
Price Point: Mains from $20 - $35+
Using fresh, locally sourced ingredients, HAO is Chinese food at its very best.
Its interior is anything but traditional. When you walk inside, you might think you've accidentally walked into a workshop, but fear not, HAO is super modern and alternative. Its unique décor means it's never lacking in space, chilled out vibes and edge.
Kickstart your foodie adventure with some market food, like some classic spring rolls, fried chicken or a fluffy steamed bun. Then napkins at the ready for the steamed pork ribs , spicy lamb brisket sticks and pickled chilli beef stir fry. If you want to keep your white shirt white, opt for the stewed chicken with mushroom or some fresher-than-fresh blue cod, HAO style.
If you're after noodles, there are countless noodle soups with all manner of meats and flavours to satiate any craving. And if you think rice is nice, you've got stir-fried and steamed with all kinds of meaty and veggie accompaniments.
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