Walk into virtually any restaurant in Pott’s Point or Surry Hills and you’ll be welcomed by outstanding food, service, and vibes. It’s what set’s these districts apart from anywhere else in Sydney. Merivale Executive Chef, Dan Hong, is the mastermind behind some of the best, including Ms. G’s, a perennial favourite amongst those in the know.
Looking to re-energise the evolving George Street and the Sydney CBD dining scene, Hong, Merivale and the Ivy Precinct come together to launch MuMu, a new offering and older sibling to Pott’s Points Ms. G’s. With MuMu, the Ivy Precinct looks to attract similar attention to other new and fresh dining scenes including Barangaroo and Chatswood.
When: December 2021. More information to come.
What: MuMu, a new restaurant offering an older sibling to Pott’s Points Ms. G’s.
Where: ivy Precinct, 330 George Street, Sydney NSW 2000
Hours: 7 days, 12pm – 2am
While the menu is yet to be formally announced, we can confirm Ms. G’s. famous slushy machines are back serving Yuzu slushies amongst a number of other flavoursome menu items in similar tastes to the vibrant Potts Point diner. MuMu is looking like a must-visit for anyone seeking a buzzing, eclectic night out in the heart of the city – open 7-days from midday until 2 am. With Dan Hong at the wheel, we expect the food to be contemporary and certainly, umami.
MuMu joins six other Merivale flagships in the Ivy Precinct, including;
- Bar Totti
- Little Felix
- Ash St. Cellar
- Bar Topa
- Jimmy’s Falafel