When Sammy Jeon started Sushi King, the community helped support his new business. Having opened a new restaurant called Mr Lim by Mr Sushi King, he wants to repay the favour. Mr Jeon said the restaurant’s specialty was Korean-Australian cuisine, creating Korean dishes with Australian ingredients. He said he would be using Orange’s produce, including honey, apples and pork, and would more in future.
Of course, if you want a traditional Korean barbecue, Mr Jeon said the authentic experience would soon be available at the restaurant at the corner of Summer Street and McNamara Street. “We want to bring the city Asian dining experience to Orange,” he said.
As Orange continues to grow, Amanda Rasmussen has launched Planning Potential. It’s a boutique planning consultancy focusing on personalised planning services. “Working closely with residents, urban designers, architects and developers, there was a need for a more collaborative proactive approach when it came to planning,” Mrs Rasmussen said.
Joining her in the business is her husband Hugh, who will complement Mrs Rasmussen’s 20 years in planning at local and state level, with knowledge about development, finance and management.
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The Commonwealth Bank has brought together its personal, commercial and agri-business services into one office. The branch located at the corner of Summer Street and Lords Place features the very latest technology and services the bank has to offer customers. “The bank’s investment in Orange is a great example of how we are committed to the community and are dedicated to making banking simpler, easier and more accessible,” NSW regional general manager James Corbett said.