I am a Journalism student and freelance writer living in Adelaide, South Australia.
Published June 18th 2012
Have you discovered Bing Boy yet?
Located in various food courts around Adelaide city, Bing Boy is marketed as 'urban Asian street food', and boy is it good!
The perfectly sized lunch-time meal comprises a thin wheat omelette wrap (known in Chinese terms as a 'bing') filled with a standard filling of egg, green onions, coriander and crispy wonton pieces then your choice of meat, chicken, fish or vegetarian options.
With choices such as shredded dried pork with Chinese pickled cabbage and chilli, Peking duck pieces with salad, and slow cooked beef with satay sauce, there is something for every taste and mood.
The ingredients are fresh and extremely tasty, and you can watch your meal being prepared from beginning to end. The secrets to this little food bars success are undoubtedly in the delicious Asian tastes, the quality and freshness of the ingredients, and the unwavering attention to the process that the staff adhere to for every meal they prepare.
At prices ranging from about $6 to $8, Bing Boy is a quick, delicious and affordable lunch for the office worker or busy city shopper.