FRANCHISING | Staff Reporter, Australia

Xage founder eyes Sydney CBD for new eatery

Minh Nguyen unveiled plans for the new restaurant-style eatery to feature Vietnamese food in a premium environment.

Following the success of Xage Vietnamese restaurant in Surry Hills, this is the third venture for Nguyen.

“Xage has been so wildly popular that we get many requests for us to open elsewhere in Sydney,” Nguyen said.

“However, we still have many more great recipes and interesting ideas to share that it would be a shame not to create something totally new and yet to be seen in Sydney.”

Plans are already laid out for the new restaurant, but Nguyen stays silent on the specifics.

“It will be something different,” Nguyen said. “An award-winning design studio has been appointed to do the design work to complement our vision for the food,” Nguyen said.

With his partner Nui, Nguyan is also the founder of Summerrolls, Sydney’s first Vietnamese salad bar focusing on street food.

The new eatery is expected to be opened in October this year. The name and exact location will be unveiled in the coming weeks.

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