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P’Nut Street Noodles collaborates with MasterChef star Matt Sinclair for new menu

The dishes will be available for takeaway and dine in customers throughout winter, the Asia QSR brand said.

P’Nut Street Noodles has collaborated with former MasterChef star Matt Sinclair for three new warming-winter dishes.

The three exclusive new dishes consist of the Hoisin Duck Noodles, Green Curry Fried Rice and Thai Coconut Soup. 

"Matt Sinclair quickly gained a loyal following on MasterChef Australia for his fantastic cooking and quirky sense of humor,” said Petra Orrenius, group general manager at P’Nut Street Noodles. “His partnership with us is sure to please fans of authentic street food experiences and as an incredible chef, he will celebrate the humble flavour profiles of Thai dishes making sure P’Nut customers will be able to enjoy them across all our stores in a fun and convenient way."

“I am passionate about delicious Asian cuisine that’s accessible and convenient for everyday Aussies looking for an easy go-to lunch or dinner, so building on the knowledge and experience of P’Nut Street Noodles, I was able to put my own personal twist on these classic dishes through this collaboration which was a natural fit for me,” Sinclair added.
 
The dishes will be available for takeaway and dine in customers throughout winter, the Asia QSR brand said.

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