Honey chicken at Chinese restaurant Raymond’s in Malua Bay, New South Wales, Australia, which is featured in the new ABC TV series Chopsticks or Fork? Photo: Lin Jie Kong / ABC
Honey chicken at Chinese restaurant Raymond’s in Malua Bay, New South Wales, Australia, which is featured in the new ABC TV series Chopsticks or Fork? Photo: Lin Jie Kong / ABC

Honey chicken, fried ice cream: Chinese restaurants in small-town Australia might not always serve ‘authentic’ food, but new TV show celebrates them

  • Chopsticks or Fork? visits some of Australia’s most remote Chinese kitchens, each with a different background that influences their menus and flavours
  • While untraditional, many of the dishes are likely to evoke a strong sense of nostalgia in viewers who grew up away from the big cities

Honey chicken at Chinese restaurant Raymond’s in Malua Bay, New South Wales, Australia, which is featured in the new ABC TV series Chopsticks or Fork? Photo: Lin Jie Kong / ABC
Honey chicken at Chinese restaurant Raymond’s in Malua Bay, New South Wales, Australia, which is featured in the new ABC TV series Chopsticks or Fork? Photo: Lin Jie Kong / ABC
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