At Pu’er, gourmet, hand-selected teas and fresh, healthy Asian food mesh together in perfect harmony. Situated on Danks Street in Sydney’s Waterloo, Pu’er serves cuisine that’s good for the mind as well as for the body. With a gorgeous, Asian-inspired interior, this restaurant and tea house brings its guests a sense of calmness and peace. Open Tuesday through Sunday, Pu’er is an oasis of calm amid the hustle and bustle of the surrounding area.
We had the spicy prawn dumplings and Shanghai dumplings. While the fillings were tasty, I'd have liked the dumpling skins to be thinner, which is a common expectation I guess... The drunken duck (cooked in Shaoxing wine) was delicious, and my best dish was the Buddha palm's eggplant. The outdoor bistro was lovely at this time of the year, but it's a short walk to the shopping complex's toilets.
Puer is a fantastic restaurant for any occasion - great quality food and friendly service. Highly recommended and a great asset to the local area.
Tasty morsels, courteous & friendly service, welcoming atmosphere, good selection of tea - overall a nice place to meet up for a relaxed dining out experience.
Named after the fermented tea revered for its numerous healing powers, Pu’er is one of Sydney’s most well-respected places to enjoy fine Asian teas. There are no tea bags in sight at this Waterloo establishment; only hand-selected, loose-leaf varieties. Try the Organic Misty Cloud, a fresh, nutty tea with hints of fruit flavours, or go for the classic premium jasmine tea, an ideal choice for those who like floral, soothing flavours. Not sure what it all means? The staff does, and they’re excited to share their knowledge with you – simply ask!
Pu’er on Danks Street in Waterloo is known around Sydney for their tea-steamed dumplings, with a number of fillings, including spicy prawn, scallops, pork and peanut, and mushrooms. Try out the street food options, like Wagyu tacos, Wombok free-range chicken salad, green Sichuan tofu and Hong Kong mini burgers, or visit with your friends and take sharing plates like Buddha’s palm eggplant, stir-fried green beans, or caramelised Berkshire pork belly. Ask one of the restaurant’s expert staff members which tea fits best with your meal for the ultimate Pu’er dining experience. Reservations are highly recommended.