Singaporean and Malaysian Food in Sydney
Sydney is spoilt from choice when it comes to mouth-watering Singaporean and Malaysian food. Cuisine marked with complex aromatic spices that warm your stomach and fragrant flavours from hot stir-frys.
Here’s a few I really enjoy.
Ground Floor/500 George St, Sydney NSW 2000
Everyone who knows me knows I love chicken rice, and I have had my fair share of Hainanese chicken rice around Sydney.
The chicken rice at Jimmy’s Recipes is one of my favourites. The chicken is smooth, tender with silky fatty skin.
The laksa noodle soup is also rally good here.
1/50-58 Hunter St, Sydney NSW 2000
This hawker-style eatery will bring you right to Malaysia without stepping foot on a plane.
It might not look fancy, but the food speaks for itself.
My go-to favourite is the chicken laksa, which I got at least once a week when I worked in the city. I never get tired of it.
And I don’t think I ever will. The laksa here is consistency good each and every time I come here.
92 Hay St, Haymarket NSW 2000
Ho Jiak has multiple locations and it’s pretty well known.
Ho Jiak brings the rustic hawker style foods of Singapore and Malaysia to an elevated experience without losing any of the flavour.
A lot of really yummy offerings can be found here.
Peranakan Place - Nonya Food
139 Parramatta Road, Auburn, NSW 2144
Peranakan Place specialises in Nonya cuisine which is a fusion of Chinese, Malay and Indonesian flavours as well as cooking techniques.
Only open from Friday to Sunday; booking a table in advance is your best bet to secure a table.
Watch my full review of this amazing restaurant here.