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Mekong on Kensington Street
Asian Eateries

Chippendale, 2008
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ABOUT Mekong on Kensington Street
Asian Eateries

Chef Tiw Rakarin, formerly of Mama’s Buoi (Surry Hills) and Alphabet St (Cronulla), launches Mekong as his newest venture.

As its name suggests, Mekong on Kensington Street will take you on a culinary journey down the Mekong River. With dishes taking inspiration from Burma, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam, Chef Tiw Rakarin provides a contemporary snapshot of well-known classics.

Located on Kensington Street, above the bustling Spice Alley, Mekong counterbalances that inner-city chaos with a calm and peaceful dining environment. Mekong’s interior styling pays homage to the river’s topography. Natural light ripples in through the high glass walls into a space buttressed by bamboo.



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