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If you like Malaysian food then Malay Chinese should be one of your go to restaurants for a couple of reasons - food is simple, fresh and tasty. It's not fancy and there is no table service (queue to order then come back to the...More
A few hours after arriving in Sydney, and feeling jetlagged, we wandered out for lunch. I had found this spot online ahead of time just a few blocks from our hotel, and it totally hit the spot - hot, spicy soup filled with delicious toppings...More
Went here for early dinner, ordered 2 Laksas one chicken, one chicken with prawn.
Food arrives incredibly fast, great flavours chicken cooked beautifully tender and soft, we chose with skin for the extra flavour.
This place does get busy but the food comes out so...More
Prices are ok, meals are good. Apparently many people like this place as it was very crowded (Thursday ~12:45). Food is served fast, but you will be hard pressed/have to wait to find somewhere to sit with 3-4 people. If you are even more, prepare...More
Went there for lunch in October on a weekday. Place was jammed but crowds move in and out quickly so it was fairly easy to get a table for 3. We all had laksa - massive bowls brimming with deliciousness. Tasty, fresh, and filling. Great...More
OK, so when it comes to laksa I am very particular. This prawn laksa was very good but not great. Why? Because it was just prawn and a couple of pieces of tofu. Where were the bean sprouts? Where was the green veg? Where was...More
My partner and I got a laksa and the Har Mee - good lord they were good, the meats in both were tender and juicy- a quality sadly lacking in most chicken laksas. But the Har Mee was the stand out, more flavour than any...More
This is a no frills eatery in Sydney's CBD. Not an elegant five star dining experience by any means, however, every dish I have ever eaten here (and there have been many over the years) has been truly excellent !
I went back there just...More
Seriously people, if you need a Laksa fix in Sydney, then you really need to get yourself to this place on Hunter Street during business hours, Monday to Friday and join the other bib-wearing office workers. This place is hands down THE very best Laksa...More
The Sydney Central Business District is abuzz with energy. Power brokers run to and from high rise buildings and after-work drink places, high-end shoppers tour venues like the QVB, and fine diners frequent the many celebrity chef restaurants. For a dose of culture, walk to the NSW Art Gallery, or visit the Sydney Museum. To escape the hustle and bustle, reconnect with nature at the Sydney Botanical Gardens
or picnic lunch at High Park. No matter your interest, be sure to check the full calendar of events hosted by the city, from the Sydney Festival in January to October’s Good Food Month at Hyde Park.