Sunday night dinner has always been family night! Why not shake up your Sunday dinner at these very different restaurants, serving up homely comfort food! Morgan McGlone, the mastermind behind cult restaurant Belles Hot Chicken, has opened Sunday in Potts Point. He’s swapped the deep fryer for the rotisserie, bringing back that nostalgic chicken roast eaten at home with family on a Sunday. You can’t go past the roast chicken with fries and gravy, where even the sides would make Grandma proud! Not to be outdone by the whole roasted cauliflower with Monday blues sauce and their take on the iconic Waldorf salad, if you are looking for something lighter.
McGlone loves sharing meals with his family, being a third generation chef and self confessed food nerd. A place he frequents with this family is Sang by Mabasa in Surry Hills. It’s the second eatery from the family behind much loved Mabasa in Balmain. It’s a modern take on Korean food without loosing its authenticity where all meals are Instagram worthy, and absolute magic in your mouth. You’ll find different types of Korean comfort food here, from Bibimbap, hot pot rice with vegetables and egg, to Bossam, DIY kelp wraps filled with slow boiled pork belly, kimchi, salted shrimp and pickled broccoli leaves. A Sunday night dinner you don’t have to cook? Yes please!
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