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Long Chim Goes North Sunday 18 June In Sydney

June 5, 2017 Dining No Comments Email Email

Long Chim Sydney, located at the corner of Pitt Street and Angel Place, invites you to come and join Andy Ricker and David Thompson for a one-off lunch of Northern Thai food.

Andy’s restaurants, including Pok Pok in NYC and Portland, are renowned from coast to coast in the US. They have a cult following with the locals and have been acknowledged by Michelin with a star and by the James Beard Foundation awards.

Andy fell in love with Thailand and its food on a visit thirty years ago, just as David did. While David settled in Bangkok, Andy became fascinated by the north, and in particular Chiang Mai, where he spends a good part of each year.

“I have known Andy for too many years” explains David. “A great friend with a lot in common: a love of Thailand, cooking and the occasional night out on rice hooch! So it’s only right that Andy is the first chef to be invited to cook at Long Chim.”

Pok Pok Lunch, Sunday 18 June from Midday

Lunch will be a full on northern affair with ten dishes Sydney has not seen before including shredded green papaya fritters, Chiang Mai pork curry with ginger and pickled garlic, Asian pennywort salad with tomatoes and sesame and to finish, some durian with a palm sugar pudding.

Price: $150pp for food, beverages are available to purchase on the day.

Tickets here:

Long Chim Bar, Sunday 18 June from 4pm

Later on in the day our bar will open up to walk-in guests for northern snacks including Pok Pok wings, the source of Andy’s fame. Saveur magazine (US) has voted them to be among the best in the US. Andy is cooking them for the first time outside his own restaurants. They are worth the visit alone!

Alongside Andy’s famed wings, David will serve smoky beef with the original Koh Loy Sriracha sauce, considered by many to be the best in the world, as well as a smart galangal relish with beef and mushrooms and some deep-fried cured pork ribs with garlic marking the official launch of our new Long Chim bar menu featuring these and other great dishes.

James Connolly, our head of all drink related matters, will join the boys to present some new Long Chim drinks, including a mean whiskey sour seasoned with tamarind

Price: Bar food and beverages will be available to purchase by consumption on the day from 4pm until 7pm, open to all walk-in guests.

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