I was so excited when I discovered that Cooking Corner was on Eatclub. It looked so cool from the outside, and it was on my list to visit, and then I checked Eatclub, and voila: 35% off! Woo!
Not that the menu isn’t really reasonably priced, I’m just a bit cheap. When you eat out as often as I do, you have to be a bit savvy!
Anyway, Cooking Corner is a pretty new Chinese restaurant which specialises in baos and rice-bowl dishes. I’ve been to Cooking Corner around 5 times now, and have enjoyed every visit.
I love the plants and minimalist design of the interior of the restaurant. Exactly my kind of style ( I’m totally ready to move in).
Some of the delicious things that I’ve tried off the menu:
Fragrant Shallot Oil Dry Noodle ($9)
These noodles have the perfect amount of bite and have lots of flavour without being too oily.
Cooking Corner’s soups are the kind of dish you want when you have a cold and need something comforting, warming and hearty. I enjoyed the shitake mushroom chicken soup ($15), but their braised beef noodle soup is also reviving.
We have tried many of Cooking Corner’s Baos and Bao Burgers, with our favourites being the pulled lamb shoulder ( it has jalapeños!), menchi katsu and tempura fish.
Head to Cooking Corner for a lovely atmosphere and cheap eats ( remember to check Eatclub!)