August 26, 2014
CBS interviews chef Neil Perry — godfather of the greatest food in Sydney – who offers a tour of the city’s evolving Chinatown and Koreatown.
“Sydney has an Asian heart and soul,” says Perry. “That’s what makes Australian food so different from many other cuisines in the world.”
Chinese immigrants heavily influenced the cuisine of the 1950s, ’60s and ’70s and a newer wave of Koreans have built a thriving community and food scene around bold dishes and good ingredients.
“We love the chile, the soy, the sesame, the heat of the wok,” says Perry. “It’s all about flavor and quality.” Read more HERE
Chef Neil Perry Sergio Dionisio, Getty Images