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21 Best Malay Food in Sydney [2023]

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Best Malay Food Sydney
Best Malay Food Sydney

If you’re looking for some of the best malay food Sydney, you’ve come to the right place! In this blog post, we will list 21 of the best malay restaurants in Sydney. So whether you’re a malay food Sydney lover or just looking to try something new, be sure to check out these restaurants!

1) Hawker Street

Hawker Street - Malay Food Sydney
Hawker Street – Malay Food Sydney (Credit: Hawker Street via Castle Mall)
Key ServiceHot, tasty with generous portions
AddressLevel 1, Shop FC3
Castle Mall, 4-16 Terminus Street, Castle Hill, NSW, 2154 Australia
Phone0411 648 340
Operating HoursMonday
10:30 am – 5:00 pm
10:30 am – 5:00 pm
10:30 am – 5:00 pm
10:30 pm – 8:00 pm
10:30 pm – 5:00 pm
10:30 am – 5:00 pm
10:30 am – 3:00 pm

A tiny food court with a modest selection of Malaysian dishes. Fans of chef Nelson Chin’s char kway teow, laksa, and har mee (prawn noodle soup) are locals – there is a big Malaysian community in the region.

Key Differentiators:

  • Hot, tasty with generous portions
  • Reasonable prices
  • Quick service

Customer’s Review:

The food is great and very reasonable price. I ordered “YinYong” which is fried vermicelli and flat noodles stirred fried with white sauce, egg and vege. Also the Roti Canai with curry chicken. Taste was very authentic. Staffs are friendly and nice too. Recommended.

Kenneth Loh

2) Temasek

Temasek - Malay Food Sydney
Temasek – Malay Food Sydney (Credit: Temasek)
Key ServiceServe authentic Singaporean-Malay cuisine 
AddressShop 2-4, 71 George St, Parramatta
Sydney, NSW 2150
Phone(02) 9633 9926
Operating HoursTuesday
11:30 AM – 2:30 PM
5:30 PM – 9:30 PM
11:30 AM – 2:30 PM
5:30 PM – 9:30 PM
11:30 AM – 2:30 PM
5:30 PM – 9:30 PM
11:30 AM – 2:30 PM
5:30 PM – 10:00 PM
11:30 AM – 2:30 PM
5:30 PM – 9:30 PM
11:30 AM – 2:30 PM
5:30 PM – 9:30 PM

The extremely successful Malaysian restaurant located in a little pedestrian alley in Parramatta’s core doesn’t mess around – they’d only take away from the deliciousness of your dish, and they deserve your full attention. The beef rendang will silence all those complaining people who return home from a trip to Malaysia complaining that nothing compares to their food.

Key Differentiators:

  • Serve authentic Singaporean-Malay cuisine 
  • Offers a wide range of seafood, meat and vegetarian dishes
  • Has a good selection of wine and beer

Customer’s Review:

I’ve been to Temasek many times and it never fails to disappoint. The food is absolutely amazing – I always get the beef rendang which is so flavourful and tender, it melts in your mouth. The service is great too, the staff are always so friendly and attentive. Highly recommend!

Alisha Devi

3) Yamalaysia

Yamalaysia - Malay Food Sydney
Yamalaysia – Malay Food Sydney (Credit: Yamalaysia)
Key ServiceA range of Nasi Lemak dishes
AddressShop 3/42 Walker St, Rhodes, NSW 2138
Phone(02) 8937 3506
Operating HoursDaily 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM

There’s an array of great dishes on the menu, including Nasi Lemak done six ways (a Malaysian classic). The Rendang Curry is also very tasty and fragrant, served with steamed rice and a side of sambal. The beef is so tender it falls apart easily.

Key Differentiators:

  • A range of Nasi Lemak dishes
  • Tasty Rendang Curry
  • Friendly service

Customer’s Review:

I had the privilege of trying Yamalaysia’s Nasi Lemak for the first time today and it was amazing! The rice was cooked perfectly, the sambal was nice and spicy, and the beef rendang was absolutely delicious. The service was great too, the staff were very friendly and helpful. I will definitely be back!

Sarah Lee

4) Ho Jiak Haymarket

Ho Jiak Haymarket - Malay Food Sydney
Ho Jiak Haymarket – Malay Food Sydney (Credit: Ho Jiak Haymarket)
Key ServiceThe noodles are soft and pliable
Address92 Hay Street
Haymarket NSW 2000
Phone(02) 8040 0252
Operating HoursMonday – Thursday: 11am – 2.30pm; 5pm – 10pm
11am – 2.30pm; 5pm – 11pm
11am – 3.30pm; 5pm – 11pm
11am – 3.30pm; 5pm – 10pm

In Haymarket, a throng of people congregates outside this Malaysian grillhouse, driven in equal measures by hunger and hopeful that they’ll be able to get a seat at this tiny diner designed like a alleyway street food stall, with air fragrant with chilli, garlic, and soy sauce. Soft, pliable rice noodles dangle in a thick sea of coconut and chilli, as well as the char koay teow, which is absolutely stunning.

Key Differentiators:

  • The food is designed to look like street food
  • The noodles are soft and pliable
  • There is a strong chili, garlic, and soy sauce scent

Customer’s Review:

I absolutely loved Ho Jiak! The food was amazing – I got the char koay teow which was so flavourful and had the perfect amount of spice. The service was great too, the staff were very friendly and helpful. I will definitely be back!

Emily Wong

5) PappaRich

PappaRich - Malay Food Sydney
PappaRich – Malay Food Sydney (Credit: PappaRich)
Key ServiceServes a cup of Teh Tarik for free
AddressMarket St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Phone+61 2 9235 0064
Operating HoursMonday 11AM–7PM
Tuesday 11AM–7PM
Wednesday 11AM–7PM
Thursday 11AM–9PM
Friday 11AM–7PM
Saturday 11AM–7PM
Sunday 11AM–6PM

Given there are now seven PappaRich locations in Sydney, it appears they’ve struck upon a winning formula: low-cost, no-frills hawker cuisine and beverages. The delicate simmering process has resulted in a chicken that trembles when touched and is served with a dipping sauce flavored with chilli, ginger, sesame oil, and soy sauce.

Key Differentiators:

  • Low-cost hawker cuisine
  • Serves all with a cup of Teh Tarik
  • A variety of dipping sauces

Customer’s Review:

PappaRich is one of my favourite places to get Malaysian food. The chicken is always so tender and the dipping sauces are so flavourful. I also really like their iced teh tarik – it’s the perfect drink to cool down with on a hot day. Highly recommend!

John Doe

6) Alice’s Makan

Alice's Makan - Malay Food Sydney
Alice’s Makan – Malay Food Sydney (Credit: Alice’s Makan)
Key ServiceConvenient location
Address580 George St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Phone+61 2 8668 4465
Operating HoursMonday 9:30AM–2:30PM
Tuesday 9:30AM–2:30PM
Wednesday 9:30AM–2:30PM
Thursday 9:30AM–2:30PM
Friday 9:30AM–2:30PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

Is Alice Tan’s char kway teow still the best in town? It puts its rivals to shame. For another, unlike many other top Malaysian restaurants in town, Alice’s version isn’t halal, so it might be closer to the Platonic ideal of the dish cooked in Penang, with its little bits of crisp fried pork fat tossed through the noodles.

Key Differentiators:

  • Convenient location
  • Makes the best Laksa
  • Serves generous portion

Customer’s Review:

Found this place by accident as I was attending a Medical Centre in the building. I had the Hainese Chicken rice and I have had many in Sydney at other places. But this was superb – from the chicken, the rice and even the soup. Very tasty and the best I have tried to date locally. Have to make another trip into the City to experience the other dishes.


7) Malay Chinese Takeaway

Malay Chinese Takeaway - Malay Food Sydney
Malay Chinese Takeaway – Malay Food Sydney (Credit: Malay Chinese Takeaway)
Key ServiceAuthentic laksa flavors
Operating HoursContact

Believe the bib. When there are this many company employees willing to don a plastic bib for lunch, you may be sure it’s a laksa worth tasting. Weekday lunchtimes are always hectic, with a line of laksa aficionados trailing out the door. The most popular chicken laksa and prawn dishes at Malay Chinese are both available as 11 different kinds of laksa on the menu.

Key Differentiators:

  • Fast service
  • Authentic laksa flavors
  • Serves authentic Malaysian curry & har mee (shrimp noodle)

Customer’s Review:

Very fast service 2mins. Lovely chicken laksa. Very creamy and nice to have on a rainy day. Not the best laksa I’ve ever had but definitely the best for it’s price at only around $13!! The soup got a bit too oily and creamy towards the end to finish but the noodles were very nice and slightly chewy.

Jiamin Guo

8) Mamak

Mamak - Malay Food Sydney
Mamak – Malay Food Sydney (Credit: Mamak)
Key ServiceServes traditional roti canai
Address15 Goulburn Street, Haymarket NSW 2000
Phone(02) 9211 1668
Operating Hourslunch 11:30 – 2:00 (mon-fri) | 11:30 – 3:00 (sat & sun) *
dinner 5:30 – 9:30 (sun-thu) | 5:30 – 10:30 (fri & sat) *

Outside, queues snake up outside this Chinatown cheap meal on a daily basis. Roti canai is a must—tear apart bite-size pieces of the fluffy mounds of dough and dip it between the three curries. Begin with the mild and nutty lentil curry, then turn up the heat in a fiery fishy sambal before finishing it off with a rich red chicken curry. To appreciate the buttery layers and crisp to soft ratio, take a bite of roti on its own

Key Differentiators:

  • Serves delicious chicken satay skewers
  • Authentic Malaysian cuisine
  • Serves traditional roti canai

Customer’s Review:

Mamak is one of my favourite places to eat in Sydney. The food is always so fresh and flavourful, and the service is super fast. I love their roti canais – they’re so light and fluffy, and the dipping sauces are just perfect. Highly recommend!

Sarah Lee

9) Albee’s Kitchen

Albee's Kitchen - Malay Food Sydney
Albee’s Kitchen – Malay Food Sydney (Credit: Albee’s Kitchen)
Key ServiceExtensive menu
AddressCampsie, 279 Beamish St, Campsie NSW 2194, Australia
Phone0433 743 886
Operating HoursMonday 10:30AM–3PM, 5–9:30PM
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday 10:30AM–3PM, 5–9:30PM
Thursday 10:30AM–3PM, 5–9:30PM
Friday 10:30AM–3PM, 5–9:30PM
Saturday 10:30AM–9:30PM
Sunday 10:30AM–9:30PM

Albee’s is a welcome addition to Malaysia’s small culinary industry, where authentic recipes are valued above location and water views. The menu is concise and to the point, with set dinners that are particularly popular among the overwhelmingly Asian clientele.

Key Differentiators:

  • Neat and tidy packaging and serving
  • Big portions of food
  • Extensive menu

Customer’s Review:

Big portions and very good Malaysian food. Butter nestum chicken is a must-try. The 3 layer tea is amazing too!

Kelvin Wooi

10) Kopitiam

Kopitiam - Malay Food Sydney
Kopitiam – Malay Food Sydney (Credit: Kopitiam)
Key ServiceServes common Malaysian street foods
Address594 Harris Street (3,505.71 mi)
Ultimo, NSW, Australia, NSW 2007
Phone+61 2 9282 9883
Operating HoursMonday Closed
Tuesday 6–9PM
Wednesday 12–3PM, 6–9PM
Thursday 12–3PM, 6–9PM
Friday 12–3PM, 6–9PM
Saturday 12–3PM, 6–9PM
Sunday 12–3PM, 6–9PM

It’s a tiny, inconspicuous cafe on loud noisy Harris Street in Ultimo. The roti is incredible, and they serve all of the common Malaysian street foods like chicken curry and roti or nasi lemak. While you’re there, binge-watch some Malaysian television.

Key Differentiators:

  • Inconspicuous location
  • Great roti
  • Serves common Malaysian street foods

Customer’s Review:

The best thing about Kopitiam is the food. It’s so authentic and flavourful, and it’s really reasonably priced. The roti is definitely my favourite – it’s so light and fluffy, and the curry dipping sauce is just perfect. The service is always super fast and friendly, too. Highly recommend!

Sarah Lee

11) Laksa King

Laksa King - Malay Food Sydney
Laksa King – Malay Food Sydney (Credit: Laksa King)
Key ServiceOffers a wide range of laksas
Address37-39 Erskine St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Phone+61 2 9290 3680
Operating HoursMonday 10AM–3PM
Tuesday 10AM–3PM
Wednesday 10AM–3PM
Thursday 10AM–3PM
Friday 10AM–3PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

Laksa King is a renowned laksa restaurant that serves Vegetables/Tofu Laksa, Chicken/Beef Laksa, Seafood Laksa, and other delicious varieties. They also have Wok Fried Specialties like Mamak Mee Goreng and Nasi Goreng as well as additional dishes on their menu

Key Differentiators:

  • Offers a wide range of laksas
  • Welcoming ambience
  • Authentic dishes

Customer’s Review:

The laksa here is really amazing – it’s so flavourful and hearty, and the portions are huge. I also love their Wok Fried Specialties – the Mamak Mee Goreng is my favourite. The service is always super friendly and fast, too. Highly recommend!

Sarah Lee

12) Lee’s Malaysian

Lee's Malaysian - Malay Food Sydney
Lee’s Malaysian – Malay Food Sydney (Credit: Lee’s Malaysian via Facebook)
Key ServiceOffers a fusion of high quality Malaysian and Chinese cuisine
Address201 Sussex Street Sydney, NSW, Australia 2000
Phone+61 2 8065 5953
Operating HoursMonday:
10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
10:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Come one, come all for Lee’s Malaysian’s Singapore chilli king prawn noodles are to be had. Of course, the moreish curry sauce-doused roti canai is always there to brighten your day and soothe your growling stomach. Lee’s Malaysian is the perfect place to unwind with a creamy dish and a few lighter options if that’s your thing. If pork chops are your thing, make sure to sink your teeth into one.

Key Differentiators:

  • Creamy classics 
  • Offers a fusion of high quality Malaysian and Chinese cuisine
  • Wide range of options from made-to-order, ready-to-eat, freshly cooked

Customer’s Review:

Fresh made combo wonton soup (no noodles) or combo fried rice is the go for me. Pretty quick and packed full of the good stuff. Delicious and filling.

Daniel Ta’ase

13) Ipoh Town

Ipoh Town - Malay Food Sydney
Ipoh Town – Malay Food Sydney (Credit: Ipoh Town)
Key ServiceMalaysian Hawker-style eating experience
Phone+61 2 9299 0001
Operating HoursMonday 10:30AM–2PM
Tuesday 10:30AM–2PM
Wednesday 10:30AM–2PM
Thursday 10:30AM–2PM
Friday 10:30AM–2PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

Ipoh Town serves Sydney’s Malaysian Hawker fare, including Ipoh Hor Fun, Laksa, and Satay Chicken Sticks, all prepared with their own recipes from home. Every mouthful of food is flavored with distinctive South East Asian tastes that tell the tale of generations sitting around the dinner table, enjoying each other’s company over a delicious family dish. Each course is highly flavorful, spoiling your taste buds with the finest quality local ingredients available.

Key Differentiators:

  • Malaysian Hawker-style eating experience
  • Delivering a rich and spicy blend of aromas
  • Serves traditional homecooked meals

Customer’s Review:

After hearing alot about this Malaysian restaurant and finally we can try it out. We ordered the Hainanese Chicken Rice & Nasi Lemak: Beef Rendang. Surprisingly, the meal was great with good portions and price. The Chicken was tender and not dry which is good plus the sauce is so yummy. The Nasi Lemak was good and the flavour is perfect. Good place to eat authentic Malaysian in Town Hall and I highly recommend.

Kevin Lieu

14) The Malaya

The Malaya - Malay Food Sydney
The Malaya – Malay Food Sydney (Credit: The Malaya)
Key ServiceUnique range of Southeast Asian cuisine
Address39 Lime St Sydney, 2000
Phone(02) 9279 1170
Operating HoursLunch hours:
• Tuesday to Sunday from 12:00pm
• Takeaway available from 12:00pm
Dinner Hours:
• Wednesday to Sunday from 6:00pm
• Takeaway available from opening time

The Malaya Restaurant, which opened in 1963 and is still in operation today, was founded by Wong See, a Hong Kong native who moved to Australia in the 1940s. They provide a variety of Southeast Asian cuisine ranging all the way back to the original recipes from 1963. The scenery outside is amazing, and it makes for an unforgettable experience.

Key Differentiators:

  • Inspired by the aromatic and spice-driven Nonya flavours
  • Unique range of Southeast Asian cuisine
  • Beautiful waterfront location and contemporary restaurant space

Customer’s Review:

Thus one has been on my last for 5 years since I first went there.. and yes I am glad I was able to go. Limited menu for the vegetarians but perfection of flavour in all of them. Szechuan Eggplant and Savour Otak are my favourites. We also ordered roti canai and salt/pepper Cauliflower. Will go there again for sure.


15) UpperRoom RestoCafe

UpperRoom RestoCafe - Malay Food Sydney
UpperRoom RestoCafe – Malay Food Sydney (Credit: UpperRoom RestoCafe)
Key ServiceFeatures a co-working space
Address220 Pitt St, Sydney NSW 2000. Australia
Phone(02) 9283 4434
Operating HoursMonday 7:30AM–3:30PM
Tuesday 7:30AM–3:30PM
Wednesday 7:30AM–3:30PM
Thursday 7:30AM–3:30PM
Friday 7:30AM–3:30PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

Upper Room RestoCafe serves a variety of dishes distinct from Laksa and Chicken Rice, such as Nasi Pattaya and Wah Tan Hor. They provide table reservations and co-working space booking through their website.

Key Differentiators:

  • Offers advance online orders
  • Has a unique range of Malaysian cuisine
  • Features a co-working space

Customer’s Review:

The food is great and very reasonably priced. The service was attentive and polite. I ordered the nasi lemak with rendang chicken which came with a side of cucumber slices, peanuts, and fried anchovies. The rendang chicken was very tender and flavourful. The nasi lemak was also very fragrant. I would definitely come back here to try other dishes!

Aisha S

16) Malacca Straits on Broadway

Malacca Straits on Broadway - Malay Food Sydney
Malacca Straits on Broadway – Malay Food Sydney (Credit: Malacca Straits on Broadway)
Key ServiceHas signature Golden Sand Prawn
Address66 Mountain Street
(Entry through the Quadrant Building)
Broadway NSW 2007
Phone(02) 8021 7069
Operating HoursMonday to Saturday 11.30AM – 9.30PM

The food here is fantastic, and the atmosphere is like nowhere else in Singapore. A modest restaurant with a legendary laksa tucked away in an apartment complex’s courtyard. It’s got a large selection, which includes all of the other Malaysian classics as well as some uncommon ones like fish head curry and curry-leaf squid. It’s also possible that it’s the only location in Sydney (of any cuisine) where you can bring your own crab.

Key Differentiators:

  • Has signature Golden Sand Prawn
  • Serves the best of hawker-style and hard-to-find regional dishes
  • Sourcing the best Malaysian produce 

Customer’s Review:

Had chicken laksa on a rainy day, full of flavour and almost finish the soup! Coffee susu – while I expected it to be sweet I personally felt like it was overdone, way too sweet compared to a typical malaysia hawker coffee.

Sugondese Nuts

17) Istana

Istana - Malay Food Sydney
Istana – Malay Food Sydney (Credit: Istana)
Key ServiceFormal but conversational waitstaff
Address15/230 Pennant Hills Rd, Thornleigh NSW 2120, Australia
Operating HoursMONDAY
12:00 pm-3:00 pm
5:00 pm-10:00 pm
12:00 pm-3:00 pm

One of the oldest Malaysian eateries in Sydney, and it’s a particularly unusual dining experience due to its age. It appears to be stuck in the 1990s, although it is in a good way. Expect waiters dressed formally but conversationally who will bring you big portions and restaurant settings that are the color of a grove forest.

Key Differentiators:

  • One of the oldest Malaysian eateries in Sydney
  • Formal but conversational waitstaff
  • Generous portions

Customer’s Review:

Istana is a great place to go for a big group dinner. The servings are large and the food is very tasty. I ordered the nasi lemak, which came with chicken, egg, and vegetables. The chicken was cooked very well and the egg was perfectly seasoned. The nasi lemak was also very fragrant. I would definitely come back here to try other dishes!

Aisha S

18) Peranakan Place

Peranakan Place - Malay Food Sydney
Peranakan Place – Malay Food Sydney (Credit: Peranakan Place)
Key ServiceServes delicious curry
Address139 Parramatta Road,
Auburn, NSW 2144
Phone0416 182 182
Operating HoursFriday – Sunday
Lunch 11:30AM – 2:30PM
Dinner 5:30PM – 9:30PM
(Last order 9PM)

The only location in Sydney, and perhaps all of Australia, to sample keluak, a deadly nut that is boiled then covered with ash so its charcoal-black flesh may be cooked into a delicious curry. It’s only available at this restaurant because it’s a Peranakan dish, and it’s the only Sydney location to specialize in that cuisine.

Key Differentiators:

  • Serves Peranakan cuisine
  • Offers keluak, a deadly nut cooked into a delicious curry
  • Serves delicious curry

Customer’s Review:

Very cute little restaurant, very nice owners and cooks too. The service is fast and food delicious. My favourite of the night was the Kang Kong Belachan, we were only three people but we demolished all of the dishes in the photos even the delicious dessert which I sadly did not take photos of. Will be back again soon!

Melody She

19) Amah

Amah - Malay Food Sydney
Amah – Malay Food Sydney (Credit: Amah via Facebook)
Key ServiceHome-style Malaysian cooking
AddressKiosk 1 & 2, The District, Podium Level, Chatswood Interchange, 436 Victoria Avenue, Chatswood Chatswood, NSW, Australia
Phone+61 2 9170 4714
Operating HoursMonday:
11:30 AM – 2:30 PM
5:00 PM – 9:00 PM
11:30 AM – 2:30 PM
5:00 PM – 9:00 PM
11:30 AM – 2:30 PM
5:00 PM – 9:30 PM
11:30 AM – 2:30 PM
5:00 PM – 9:30 PM
11:30 AM – 2:30 PM
5:00 PM – 9:30 PM
11:30 AM – 2:30 PM
5:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Ho Jiak and Loong Oon, Mr Wong’s former head chef, have made a fantastic collaboration. A deceptively simple king-prawn black-pepper curry, and a beloved soup of hand-pounded fish balls in a delicate clear broth honor Oon’s grandmother with soy braised pork belly, a deceptively easy king-prawn black-pepper curry, and a reminiscent dish.

Key Differentiators:

  • Home-style Malaysian cooking
  • Serves a variety of simple yet delicious dishes
  • Serves delightful bar snacks

Customer’s Review:

Friendly service from very knowledgeable wait staff. Food arrived quickly and was shockingly delicious! Easily one of my favourite Malaysian restaurants in Sydney. Will be back with the family to try more dishes!

Jonathan Wong

20) Penang Cuisine

Penang Cuisine - Malay Food Sydney
Penang Cuisine – Malay Food Sydney (Credit: Penang Cuisine via Facebook)
Key ServiceServes homemade noodle soup 
Address32/74-76 Rawson Street Epping Epping, NSW, Australia 2121
Operating HoursSunday to Monday
Lunch: 11.30am – 2.30pm
Dinner: 5.30pm – 9pm
Tuesday closed.
Friday to Saturday
Lunch: 11:30am – 2:30pm
Dinner: 5.30pm – 9:30pm

The Daily Penang is a small eatery that’s famous for its curry laksa, smoky char kway teow (stir-fried noodles), and weekly Penang-themed specials. Look for the Assam laksa, a fish-based noodle dish with a sour broth and thick rice noodles, which originated in Penang.

Key Differentiators:

  • Serves home made noodle soup 
  • Famous for its curry laksa
  • Serves weekly Penang-themed specials

Customer’s Review:

Came here on a whim and so glad I did! It was pouring rain outside and this little gem was the perfect place to warm up. The laksa was fantastic – super flavourful and just the right amount of spice. Will definitely be back to try more of their noodles soups!

Sarah L

21) Ikhwan Cafe

Ikhwan Cafe - Malay Food Sydney
Ikhwan Cafe – Malay Food Sydney (Credit: Ikhwan Cafe via Facebook)
Key Service100% Halal authentic Malaysian cuisine
AddressShop 2/1-27 Murray St, Pyrmont NSW 2009, Australia
Phone+61 2 9518 9219
Operating HoursDaily 12 PM to 8 PM

It’s unusual that, despite the basic layout and pay-what-you-want charity dinners, this is a restaurant officially run by a big Malaysian corporation. One of the few halal or Malay-owned Malaysian restaurants in Sydney, which means a unique opportunity to try the butterfly-pea-spiced blue rice with Malay-style fried chicken and other Malaysian delicacies.

Key Differentiators:

  • 100% Halal authentic Malaysian cuisine
  • Popular for its Malay-style fried chicken
  • Serves blue rice spiced with butterfly-pea

Customer’s Review:

Really enjoyed the food here! The fried chicken was crispy and full of flavour, and the blue rice was a nice change from plain white rice. The curry laksa was also very tasty. Would definitely come back to try more dishes!

Imran A

Malay Food Sydney

If you’re looking for some of the best Malay food Sydney, then be sure to check out these 21 restaurants. From delicious curry laksa to crispy fried chicken, these establishments will have something to satisfy your cravings. So what are you waiting for? Get out there and start tasting!

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