P’Nut Street Noodles opens 11th Restaurant, The Rocks

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There were oodles of noodles and VERY IMPORTANT P’NUTS for the official opening of Chef Nut Kunlert’s 11th Australian P’NUT STREET NOODLES restaurant at 26 Playfair St The Rocks, Sydney.

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TV personalities and sports stars attending the gala launch party include journalist Cassandra Thorburn fresh from her appearance on DWTS, Fox Sports Mark Bosnich, Dragons rugby league legend Matt Cooper,  Anastasia and Faye from Gogglebox as well as Love Island’s Eden Dally and MAFS Dean Wells.

The new P’NUT Street Noodles will see the talents of the incredible Michelin Star trained Chef Nut tantalise foodies with a brand new Asian infused menu complete with traditional favourites as well as healthier and vegetarian and vegan options.

Chef Nut Kunlert was quite literally born into the kitchen of his grandmother’s popular Thai restaurant. Growing up surrounded by the inner workings of the kitchen, it was in this little restaurant in Thailand that Chef Nut developed his love and desire to transform people’s lives with food. Nut was working full-time in the kitchen from the age of 13.   Chef Nut went on to learn under and work alongside Michelin Star & Iron Chef Chumpol Jangprai to create fresh, tasty and original sauce blends which still stand as the base for the P’Nut dishes today and can be tasted in the new Asian infusion menu to be unveiled on April 3 in The Rocks and across all 11 ( and growing ) P’Nut Street Noodles restaurants in Australia.

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[P’Nut Street Noodles, The Rocks, Sydney] Formerly known as Wok On Inn, the new name is actually the nickname of the chef, who is trying to bring his culinary experience and passion for food to this restaurant. And it shows with the dishes he create. Thanks @tomodachichingoo for extending the invite! Spread of Food by @pnutstreetnoodles – Consisting of mixed platter, pad thai, chilli basil noodles, Singapore street noodles, chilli basil with brown rice and chilli jam salad, this spread was very delicious and went down a treat. #sydneyfoodie #sydneyeats #sydneyfoodblogger #sydneyfood #huffposttaste #beautifulcuisines #foodgawker #foodglooby #zomato #foodvsco #buzzfeedfood #burnmymouthblog #sgfood #hkfoodie #相機食先 #美味しい #foodandwine #melbourneeats #melbournefoodie #食好西 #eatfamous #맛저 #먹스타 #brisbanefoodie #whati8today #jakartafoodies #makanenak #thaistreetfood

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Nut named his restaurant after himself to instil a sense of trust between the brand and the public, to allow his food and service to be a true reflection of himself as the first and only ‘nut’ who is “nuts about noodles”. The P’Nut brand has grown to represent handcrafted, authentic and original flavour imported from its home-grown source. Nothing says quality like P’Nut.

P’Nut Street Noodle Locations:
NSW: Balmain, Dee Why, Norwest, Olympic Park, Rouse Hill, The Rocks, Zetland.
QLD: South Bank, Bulimba, Windsor, Kawana.

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