Mamak, Chinatown

IMG_7378Roti canai $5.5 – the original roti.

Mamak prides itself on serving authentic Malaysian food. The exact type of food you would find on the streets of Kuala Lumpur. We started with an original roti. Crispy on the outside and soft on fluffy on the inside. This delicious pastry was really tasty dipped in the sauces.


Milo Ais $4 – Ice Milo and The Ais $4 – Ice milk tea.

I thought it was a bit odd to get milky drinks with our food but I found that it was actually really great in neutralising the strong spices in our food.


Mee goreng $12

Not your average instant noodles, these spicy wok-tossed hokkien noodles came with eggs, prawns, fish cake slices and fresh bean sprouts.

IMG_7381Kacang panjang belacan $14

A dish I’ve seen done many times and always keeps me coming back for more. The stir-fried long beans are coated in a hot chillies and shrimp paste sauce.


Kari kambing $16

Another great dish the spicy lamb curry is slow-cooked until it’s beautifully tender. The curry, while hot, was packed full of aromatic spices that smell absolutely mouth watering and taste fantastic.


15 Goulburn Street,
Haymarket, NSW 2000

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