424 Mt Eden Road
Mount Eden, Auckland
- Chinese Japanese Asian Asian Fusion
- New Opening
12:00pm - 10:00pm
- tue 12:00pm - 10:00pm
- wed 12:00pm - 10:00pm
- thu 12:00pm - 10:00pm
- fri 12:00pm - 10:00pm
- sat 12:00pm - 10:00pm
- sun 12:00pm - 10:00pm
- $$ - Avg Main $20+
- 09-623 3999
424 Mt Eden Road
Mount Eden, Auckland
- $ $ $ $
Experience something new by heading to the beautiful and bold Xoong in the heart of Mount Eden village.
Be enticed by a colourful display of lanterns and when you step inside you'll find a sprawling bar and enough neon lights to light up even the darkest of days.
They've taken influences from both Japanese and Chinese cuisine, peppering them around fragrant flavours around Asia for a dining experience unlike anything else in Auckland. From char sui lamb racks to sashimi and white cut chicken, the menu offers something for every member of your family.
Complete this special experience with a refreshing cocktail. Teaming up with cocktail connoisseur Jeremy Nivern, they've brought you a cocktail list worth raving about. With a focus on offering classics with a twist.
Avocado, shisoSizes: 4pcs -$17.00
Ruakaka kingfish sashimi
Apple, celeryPrice: $21.00
Fresh catch tartare
Smoked pepper mayo, yuzu, tobiko (G)Sizes: 3pcs -$19.00
Smoked bacon congee, ikura, xp ginger (G)Price: $18.00
Grilled baby cos
Eggplant, tomato, ponzuPrice: $16.00
Gochujang mayo (G)Price: $16.00
Fish fragrant sichuan saucePrice: $16.00
Prawn ‘n’ chives dumpling
Black vinegar ‘n’ chili (G)Sizes: 4pcs -$16.00
Cold cut chicken
Chili oil, gingerPrice: $18.00
Wagyu beef brisket, kimchi (G)Price: $12.00
Wok tossed beef
Kailan, soy, thai basilPrice: $35.00
Wood roasted lamb chops
Mustard mayo, japanese pickles (G)Sizes: 4pcs -$34.00
Sweet soy pork
Eggplant, garlic, corianderPrice: $28.00
Char siu pork
Egg noodles, mustard green, cucumberPrice: $28.00
Yellow pumpkin curry
Oyster mushrooms, pickled bamboo, pea shootPrice: $26.00
Oyster mushrooms, kumara (G)Price: $26.00
Chefs daily design (Market price)
Miso, coriander, gingerPrice: $28.00
Duck fried rice
Kimchi, eggsPrice: $24.00
Duck, hoisin sweet vinegar, herbs
Green papaya, chili jam, salted shrimp powderPrice: $18.00
Crispy pork belly, pickled chili, ginger dressingPrice: $19.00
Ginger milk, mango, yakitori pineapple
Jasmine rice balls
Banana caramel, coconut ice cream (D)Price: $14.00
Black sesame ice cream, burnt cashew praline (D)Price: $15.00
Spinach, sesame, drunken saucePrice: $14.00
Kailan, fermented rice, pickled garlicPrice: $14.00
Bean, chili, pickled wood ear fungusPrice: $14.00
Wok tossed greensPrice: $12.00
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Restaurant review: Xoong, Mt Eden3.5 Kim Knight for New Zealand Herald 24 June 2018
The main thing to know about Xoong is that, in my opinion, it's the best food currently on offer in Mt Eden village.
We had a couple of absolutely outstanding dishes, starting with the cold-cut chicken ($18), which you might not be immediately inclined to order in the depths of winter, but should.
Think Hainanese chicken (succulent, poached white meat) in a pool of unusually flavoursome and quite fiery sauce, which we slurped by the spoonful.
The press material for Xoong advised diners to expect food influenced by Chinese, Japanese and Vietnamese cuisines, peppered with "fragrant flavours from other parts of Asia". I read this and thought the potential for it all to go student-flat-on-a-Sunday-night was huge. Luckily that busy kitchen knows exactly what it's doing.
Restaurant Review: Xoong, Mt Eden4.0 Jesse Mulligan for Viva 6 June 2018
I ate here with the Herald’s Simon Wilson, an occasional food writer himself, whose journalistic instincts are so strong that even at a restaurant he is fearlessly committed to uncovering the truth. We were eating at some fancy place a few years ago and I said: “I’m pretty sure the lock in the toilets doesn’t work”. He said: “Well, you can’t write about it if you’re not sure. Let’s go and find out.”
And so, diners at that particular fine dining establishment would have seen two grown men get up from their table and head for the toilet. They would have heard some bumping, shaking and unlatching and then a satisfied voice say “see, I told you it doesn’t work” before the two men returned to the table, sat down and moved onto their next project: vigorously sniffing the scampi.
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