With steam and soupy smells wafting into the middle of Burwood from this bustling Chinese restaurant, it does have a certain feel befitting a nostalgic grandmother’s kitchen, the ideal place to cosy in out of the cold. But unless your grandmother used to dish up braised tripe, pickled yukina and intestine with potato noodles, you may be in for something other than a childhood memory. The spectacular food from Granny’s Noodle is not your standard Chinese fare – though there are plenty of familiar options like a beautiful braised beef with rice, vegetarian fried noodles and gorgeous hand-made cabbage and pork dumplings – but a mixture of ancient imperial Chinese standards, modern twists and traditions from the Jiangnan region of China brushing the Yangtze River Delta. Central Sydney doesn’t have a Chinese eatery like it, and its prime location on Burwood Road means Granny’s Noodle is never quiet so it’s always wise to beat the crowd and book ahead!
We were the only 2 in the restaurant for the first 20mins or so. Yet we couldn't get the 2 waitresses attention to place our order. I'd hate to think what it would be like if they were busy. Food was good but very spicey which was ok for us but would not suit everybody. Not sure I'd go again as there are too many others to try nearby.
the food is nice, and the environment is comfy. love the songs they played at the restaurant, location is very easy to find. the waitress is very attending and helpful
The restaurant is located close to Westfield. So parking wouldn't be a problem. 2 of us had noodles and some entree. Noodle was tasty and good for value. Friendly staff. Quick service.