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At LL Wine & Dine, in the heart of lovely Potts Point, diners are treated to incredible wines, amazing cocktails and stunning Asian fusion cuisine (using seasonal produce), all in a chic and sophisticated atmosphere. Once an illegal casino back in the ‘60s, LL Wine and Dine is now considered one of Sydney’s top locations for yum cha, or Chinese afternoon tea, on the weekends. Found in the middle of Llankelly Place, LL Wine & Dine is an all-around spectacular dining establishment.
Not authentic yum cha / Asian Taste was a 0 Quality was a 0 Ambiance was a 0 Service was poor Left after first few dishes were served
Service was slow and the food was average, nothing wow or amazing about it unfortunately. I don’t think we’ll be hearing back there again, sorry
It was a set order menu for the all you can eat yum cha. 25 minutes between each serving and the food wasn't great quality.
Locals looking to impress someone special would do well to bring them to LL Wine & Dine in Llankelly Place, an Asian fusion restaurant offering fabulous drinks and delicious dim sum. Winners of the title Favourite Bar by the Good Food Guide 2011, LL Wine & Dine in Sydney’s Potts Point knows how to make some serious cocktails. Try the Big Trouble In Little China, a vodka martini served chilled with fresh lemon, coriander, vanilla and pineapple, or the delicious fusion masterpiece, the Limoncello Saketini: Yuzu sake shaken with vodka, Campari, lemon and burnt orange.
The Asian fusion cuisine on offer at LL Wine & Dine is the talk of the city. At dinner time, we recommend starting with the crispy tofu appetizers including a creamy black sesame and tahini sauce before moving onto delectable mains – meant for sharing – like crispy pork belly in a palm sugar and kaffir lime leaf syrup, the braised beef cheek or the spicy wok fried kong bau chicken. Come in for Yum Cha Weekends and choose from an array of options like pork spare ribs with black bean sauce, sesame prawn rice paper rolls, vegetable spring rolls or Shanghai dumplings. An unforgettable experience awaits you at LL Wine & Dine in Sydney’s Potts Point – book well in advance.