Ian has worked in some kitchens in Sydney and Ling has been in the hospitality business for the best whack of her career; so they’ve pooled their skills to create a food venue that is less-restaurant and more like having dinner at a friend’s house: relaxed, comfortable and casual. A friend that can cook!
|Put that tongue back in your mouth!|
Our evening’s choices were: the ox tongue and the pancake for the first course. The pancake with its delicious dipping sauce was the meal’s highlight.
My referees tell me that tongue tastes like corned beef. I don’t know about that so much. I don’t much like corned beef. But the tongue was a pleasant meat to eat, thinly sliced and tender, and served on a bed of pickled vegetables.
It is worth bemoaning the wine list. It is printed on a menu to lull you into a fall sense that you will be able to name your poison. You won’t. So be prepare yourself now.
But if you fancy Asian food and you’re up for trying something new, try MYU Easy Bites. It is a new home for Hobart foodies who have been longing for tasty food at excellent value.
You can find MYU at Shop 2, 93 New Town Road, New Town Hobart, 6228 7777.