A new Taiwanese eatery is giving Sydneysiders a fresh burst of flavour as SooZee23 celebrates their new opening!
They are holding their Free Beef Noodle Soup Day on Friday the 23rd of February.
Sydney’s food scene has been given a delicious hit of Taiwanese flavour with exciting new restaurant SooZee23 opening its doors. Promising the most authentic Taiwanese noodle soup in town, the delectable dishes and handmade cooking methods are rich in tradition, passed down three generations from humble beginnings on the streets of Taiwan in 1948.
SooZee23 takes its name from its signature dish, beef noodle soup, which features a unique handcrafted cooking stock incorporating a blend of 23 (SooZee) herbs and spices, a process which takes over eight hours for it to come together. This is complemented with other delicious menu options including chicken karage, gyoza and rice dishes.
To celebrate its launch, SooZee23 is inviting Sydneysiders to visit its grand opening on Friday 23 February for a free bowl of Braised Beef Noodle Soup between 11am and 2pm. Located in Westfield Sydney, the convenient location is sure to be a winner for CBD workers, students and travellers alike.
SooZee23 is already open for business ahead of its Grand Open Day on Friday 23 February.
Grand opening – free bowl of braised beef noodle soup
Where: Level 5, Westfield Sydney, cnr Pitt St and Market St, access through Pitt St
When: Friday 23 February
Time: 11am to 2pm