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Ms Sue Restaurant

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Published June 28th 2022
Ms Sue is an Asian fusion restaurant born from the experiences and vision of Jack Bradley. The menu features a combination of classic flavours and the new, echoing the food Jack was brought up with and how it continues to evolve.

We booked for a Friday evening, which was a smart move as the place was completely full. If you like surprises, opt for the 'Feed Me' menu that involves five dishes for $48 per person. Otherwise, it's mandatory for groups of 6 or more.


SALMON CEVICHE

We started with the salmon ceviche which everyone enjoyed. The elements were all fresh and the zingy dressing made the flavours pop. The serving size was small, however, so I'd recommend ordering one of these per 2-3 people if you want a heftier serve.


CUMIN GLAZED LAMB RIBS

The lamb ribs were a bit chewy.


CHILLI PORK WONTONS

Wontons are always a hit, and this was no exception.





The steamed baos were excellent. The dough was soft and fluffy and the flavours were all well balanced with the heavy protein and the pickled vegetables.


CRYING TIGER BEEF

Surprisingly spicy, I'd recommend ordering some rice to go with this one to tackle the heat (or not if you're good with handling heat!)


TOFU SALAD & WONTON CRISPS


A forgettable dish, I'd pass on this one.


WOK TOSSED PRAWN NOODLES

One of the best dishes of the night as the wok hei/heat of the wok was well imparted onto the noodles, giving it a delightful smoky quality.

Our experience at Ms Sue was peppered with highs and lows. I'd recommend ordering the baos and the noodles if you decide to visit. As a general rule of thumb, the dishes that were on the spicier side seemed to be tastier.

Ms Sue is open Wednesdays to Sundays from 5pm to 10pm.
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Phone: 9912 4492
Where: 100 Hopkins Street, Footscray. VIC 3011
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