Located in The Governor Hotel in Macquarie Park in Sydney’s north-west, Jinja is now serving up yum cha across lunchtime service from Wednesday to Sunday.

Led by Head Chef Sebastian Tan, expect a traditional Cantonese-style brunch and dim sum menu with over 30 dishes.

Some of the highlights include crispy-skinned roast duck; steamed bbq pork buns; chicken and mushroom congee; honey-glazed char siu pork and steamed chicken feet.

Desserts include Chinese pastries and sweets like custard buns, coconut mango pudding and golden lotus paste rolls.

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Drinks wise, a bottomless Keemun black tea option is available for $5 per person, along with an extensive tea menu featuring 17 styles.

The bar also stocks a large offering of Chinese spirit baijiu, along with a cocktails and a wine list featuring over 100 bottles.

There is also a chef’s choice set menu for groups of four or more ($70 per person), which includes a steamed dim sum platter, bbq platter, wok dishes and a dessert.

Jinja opened in August 2022 by the Momento Group, with Tan moving over from Crown Sydney’s hatted-venues Silks and Teahouse to join the kitchen team.

Yum cha will be served from 12-2pm Wednesday to Sunday at Jinja.