Bing Boy, Adelaide Myer Centre

bing boy, urban asian street food

Asia’s answer to Subway! I’m not one for take away fast food (Macca’s, HJ’s/Burger King, KFC), but after walking past long queues at Bing Boy counters time and time again and spying on the staff putting together these Asian wraps, it definitely got me intrigued and curious. A visit to bing boy was due and I made it a trip worthwhile by fitting in some retail therapy (the best kind) whilst I was at it! 😀

Wrap construction line: making the omelette

Wrap construction line: a fresh cracked egg over the omelette, ingredients combined before being wrapped up

Ordered the Pretty n Peking: peking duck pieces, cucumber slices, sweet and sour carrot, mixed salad, wonton skin, hoisin sauce; $7.90. The wrap was piping hot, ingredients were fresh and crisp with a good dousing of hoisin sauce. The omelette was super thin and delicate yet strong enough to hold all the fillings together without it breaking apart. Not bad, not bad at all. My favourite bits from the wrap was the crispy wonton skin adding a nice crispy crunch along with the freshness of the cucumber slices.

Bing boy is a cheap, fresh and healthy lunch alternative for the city workers. There are 8 different fillings on the menu, prices range from $5.90-$8.90 and all made ready to order.

bing boy
Kiosk 56a
Myer Centre
14-38 Rundle Mall
Adelaide SA 5000
P 08 8212 9736

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Other locations:

bing boy, Adelaide: Southern Cross Arcade
Kiosk 2
Southern Cross Arcade
52-64 King William Street
Adelaide SA 5000
P 08 8231 9635

bing boy, Adelaide: Renaissance Arcade
Shop 15
Renaissance Arcade Food Court
15-27 Pulteney Street
Adelaide SA 5000
P 08 8232 4061

bing boy, Westfield Marion
Level 2, Shop 2025A
Westfield Marion
297 Diagonal Road
Oaklands Park SA 5046


2 comments for “Bing Boy, Adelaide Myer Centre

  1. September 13, 2012 at 11:31 AM

    I LOVE Bing Boy! The duck is my fav!

  2. dee
    September 14, 2012 at 5:44 AM

    I tried the “Hey Bing Boy” yesterday. It’s notable smaller than the others with no salad but still good in terms of flavour and texture. I’ve found that I struggle to finish a bing boy to myself, there’s just too much! >.< Thanks for dropping by! 😉

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