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Food Safari Kuala Lumpur 2017

Restoran Fei Jay is arguably Kuala Lumpur’s best for mud crab dishes. ~~~~~O~~~~~ This Food Safari Kuala Lumpur 2017 is our fourth food safari of Kuala Lumpur in the last five years. Please check out the previous blog posts below: Food Safari … Continue reading

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Malaysia’s Best Sarawak Laksa

The stock is a gritty blend of pepper, chilli, onion, ginger and candle nut whilst the ingredients could not have been any fresher. This is truly Malaysia’s best Sarawak laksa. ~~~~~O~~~~~ “You’re going to be a very lucky boy” she tells me … Continue reading

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Food Safari, King Street Wharf, Sydney

It has called the eastern foreshore of Darling Harbour home for more than a decade now. But fast taking shape just north is the much larger Barangaroo retail and commercial precinct with an earmarked 50 new restaurants when it eventually opens in 2018. So, … Continue reading

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Chinta Kechil, Double Bay

“Kechillax brotha!!” says the man who needs no introduction around Sydney’s restaurant scene. More related posts by ChopinandMysaucepan:VINE, Double Bay

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Pork Belly Prawn Noodles

“I know this prawn noodles I cook at home in Sydney is absolutely lethal compared the meek ones at food hawkers in Malaysia” ~~~~~~~~O~~~~~~~~ More related posts by ChopinandMysaucepan:Harvest Buffet, The Star Sydney The Wine International Group Sydney – Meeting #43

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Temasek, Parramatta

“I believe Temasek is an important restaurant in Sydney’s dining landscape because of its Hainanese chicken rice. Served at room temperature, this chicken has all the hallmarks of greatness ~ smooth, tender and flavoursome. The holy-trinity of condiments being caramel black sauce, ginger … Continue reading

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Petaling Street, Malaysian Hawker Food, Haymarket

In the last two years, the popularity of Malaysian food has seen a proliferation of Malaysian restaurants popping up around Sydney CBD. This is great news because choice  is becoming so extensive these newer restaurants are beginning to introduce popular … Continue reading

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Malay-Chinese Takeaway, Sydney CBD

Malaysian food has come a long way and has firmly stamped its mark on Sydney’s dining scene. Fans of Malaysian food are addicted to its spicy curries, fiery sambals, smoky satays from the BBQ and a host of tasty fried … Continue reading

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Mamak, Sydney

There has been a proliferation of Malaysian restaurants opening up in and around Sydney in recent months. Many of these new restaurants are serving up classic Malaysian dishes such as nasi lemak, char kway teow, Ipoh hor fun, satay, laksa … Continue reading

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Interview: Simon Goh, Sydney’s restaurateur extraordinaire

“I have a completely unsubstantiated belief that 92 per cent of the population have at one time or another entertained the notion of owning and running their own café, restaurant, tea shop or pub. And in most cases, I am … Continue reading

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Chinta Ria … Mood for Love, Sydney

“Good evening sir, are you in?”,  the exotic matre d’ with long flowing black hair greets me at the entrance. I stare into her beautiful eyes and wonder if this could be my lucky night. “Am I in?” I ask, … Continue reading

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Chinta Ria Temple of Love, Cockle Bay Wharf, Sydney

UPDATE 19 October 2014: This restaurant has now permanently closed for business. ~~~O~~~ What do you get when you mix laksa, fiery chillies, spicy curries with the timeless numbers of R & B legends such Ella Fitzgerald and Sarah Vaughan? … Continue reading

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Sassy’s Red, Westfield Sydney

What do you get when you mix modest Malaysian comfort food with the tuneful substance of cool jazz? Sassy’s Red is a Malaysian “kopitiam” (coffee shop) and the new brainchild of Simon Goh, owner of Chinta Ria, Temple of Love … Continue reading

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