There’s a new kid arriving on the waterfront this Spring and their ready to give the ever-growing nightlife of Little Malop Street a run for its money.
Geelong’s new favourite nightspot Wah Bah, will be perched out on Cunningham Pier, and is the cheeky, loud and boisterous younger sibling of the always popular Asian Fusion restaurant, Wah Wah Gee.
Head Chef John Hornsey has developed a menu based on Wah Wah Gee’s all-time
favourites, the forever loved Bao Buns, and will be creating classics with a twist, such as nacho bao buns, a sloppy joe bao bun, parmi bao bun and there is even a deep-fried ice-cream dessert bao bun being tested in their kitchens.
“We feature ten variations of bao buns on our menu, plus the addition of daily bun specials for our guests to sample” My Hornsey says. “If you’re after something more substantial, you can always dine downstairs at Wah Wah Gee and then head up to the ‘Bah’ through the internal staircase where you can finish off your dessert and enjoy a beverage with a view.”
Coming from an impressive background, with kitchen experience of two Michelin Star awarded restaurants, Mr Hornsey is definitely the real deal. With the warmer weather soon to be arriving, Wah Bah will play host to favourite DJ’s from Thursday – Sunday.
Just follow the neon set of lights up the iconic pier and weave your way upstairs, through the featured artwork that is sure to be a conversation piece – a homage to the greats of rock ‘n’ roll, including Geelong born Chrissy Amphlett
Wah Bah opens to the public on September 6th from 8pm.
Cunningham Pier, 10 Western Beach Road, Geelong
Written by Chloe Cicero
Photos sourced from Wah Wah Gee’s socials.