By Noodlies, Sydney food blog guest reviewer, KLui.
Located near the Powerhouse Museum, this place offers what they called “Hawker Style” Malaysian food. I call it authentic and great value! No fancy decoration, no well-dressed waitress but a relax environment. You can wear thongs to this place and feel great.
Satay Beef: this yummy entrée dish is always a great start! Juicy and tender beef on skewers, works a treat with peanut sauce.
Nasi Lamek: the Coconut-infused rice with crunchy anchovies, peanuts, sambal sauce (my fav), creamy curry chicken and cucumber slices! How can you get more Malaysian than this?
Malaysian Seafood Laksa: the curry-based soup is once again full of strong coconut flavour. It’s richer and creamier in texture compared to other Asian soups.
|Bak ku teh|
Bak Ku Teh (Pork Rib Tea Soup): Love it or Hate it! Served in a clay pot, this pork rib soup is made from many types of Chinese herbs. Cooked in many Chinese herbs this dish can be a little bitter as well.
594 Harris St, Ultimo
(02) 9282 9883
I've been here once, wonder if their hannen chicken are any good?