A sibling venue to Merivale’s Potts Point restaurant Ms.G’s is set to launch in the Sydney CBD this summer.

Mumu will bring South-East Asian street food to the Ivy Precinct, with Executive Chef Dan Hong heading up the concept.

Hong’s menu will cover a raft of dishes that go hand in hand with the venue’s drinks offering, which will include Ms.G’s signature yuzu slushies plus a concise cocktail list.

The chef’s cheeseburger spring rolls are legendary in the Sydney food scene alongside other signature dishes such as mini banh mi and three versions of the Stoner’s Delight.

Mumu is slated to launch in December and will operate seven days a week from midday until 2am.

The venue is the latest addition to the Ivy Precinct’s revamp, which has seen the opening of bars and restaurants including Jimmy’s Falafel, Bar Topa and Bar Totti’s along with a revolving program of live music and events at The Ivy.

Earlier in the year, Merivale CEO Justin Hemmes said the group was focused on bringing nightlife back to the city.

“We’re so invested in Sydney as a city and take our responsibility in driving its future seriously,” said Hemmes.

“We’re giving our team the tools, space and permission to go big, and create experiences that can fulfill the passion and exceed the expectations of the city. We need to keep this excitement alive.”

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