Located right on Goulburn Street near Sydney's Chinatown is Jiang Nan kitchen. Only 50 metres or so from Mamak, it is a perfect place to go grab some Chinese cuisine if you don't want to wait in the long lines for Mamak. Spread over 2 floors, there is usually plenty of tables even for bigger groups.
We grabbed a table upstairs and quickly made our order.
Tofu with vegetable ~ $10 - A pretty pleasant dish with the sauce on the tofu providing the bulk of the flavour. Disappointingly, the bok choy wasn't hot which suggested it was probably pre-cooked.
Beef and black pepper sauce ~$18 - tender chunks of beef in a pepper sauce. Lots of beef which is never a bad thing.
Handmade wontons in Spicy sauce - $8.80 - despite the spicy looking chili sauce, these wontons were a tad bland.
Homemade chicken soup $26.80 - A very hearty chicken soup.
Silverfish with egg white - $19.80 - by Silverfish I think they meant white bait and not actualy the silverfish insect, haha. Strange texture but very enjoyable.
Jiang Nan Kitchen, Sydney CBD, Sydney Reviewed by kogepanman on 8:12 PM Rating: