Acclaimed Restaurant Madam Woo Opens its Doors In Christchurch Today
The highly-acclaimed Malaysian restaurant Madam Woo has opened its fifth eatery, bringing its fresh authentic big flavours to Christchurch locals.
Born from a life-long love for Malaysian cuisine, Michelin-star chef Josh Emett and business partner Fleur Caulton are proud co-founders of Madam Woo and are thrilled to unveil yet another restaurant. Other establishments have already seen success around the country in Takapuna, Queenstown, Dunedin and Hamilton.
“With Madam Woo we really wanted to bring kiwis a unique dining experience with big personality that reflects the hustle and bustle of Malay street food. With the success of our other four restaurants across the country we decided it was the right time to bring the vibrant and full flavours from Malaysia to the streets of Christchurch,” says Emett.
With Madam Woo we really wanted to bring kiwis a unique dining experience with big personality that reflects the hustle and bustle of Malay street food.
The new Christchurch restaurant is stylishly designed to reflect the colourful identity of Madam Woo with each detail of décor contributing to its vibrant and bold character.
“With each of our Madam Woo locations we seek to establish a fun, lively and enjoyable environment that guests want to be a part of time and time again,” says Caulton.
Offering energetic and bold dishes inspired by traditional Malaysian flavours, the Madam Woo Christchurch menu will include Madam Woo favorites such as honey and soy tossed squid, stir fried pork belly and of course the famous Hawker Roll, a roti Canai style roll topped with your choice of fillings.
The new restaurant on 255 St Asaph Street is open seven days a week for lunch and dinner, and will also offer a takeaway service.
We’ve previously covered Madam Woo before when they were offering a bespoke banquette for Chinese New Years.