Restaurant Guide

Lucky Kwong: Restaurant review

The food is simple, honest and made to nourish.


It's almost impossible not to feel the love at Lucky Kwong. The simple yet elegant canteen is a physical manifesto by Kylie Kwong, which embodies how she wants to live her life and feed her customers. It's the reason LK is only open for weekday lunches and sittings are limited to an hour. The food is simple, honest and made to nourish: steaming bowls of Hokkien noodles, silken dumplings and savoury pancakes piled high with crisp vegetables and fresh, delicate herbs. Each dish is elevated by Kwong's signature balance of heat, texture and flavour, as well as the quality of the produce. The menu credits every producer, hand-picked for their commitment to sustainability, from Josh Niland's Fish Butchery to local school children who tend the community garden next door. This is the Lucky Kwong family, and to dine here is to enter their home. Welcome.


Lucky Kwong
2 Locomotive St, Eveleigh
Chef Kylie Kwong
Price guide $
Bookings Recommended
Wheelchair access Yes
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