Studying in Australia doesn’t mean you cannot eat the best Malaysian food there is. The continent has major and award-winning Malaysian cuisines spread across its main cities. So, here’s a list to help you out:
A Malaysian restaurant serving satay, rice & noodles and desserts, like sweet Roti. It is an award-winning Malaysian food in Sydney Chinatown, in 15 Goulburn Street. It’s famous for its Kari Ayam, Kari Kambing, Kacang Panjang Belacan, Rojak, Ayam Berempah, Ayam Goreng, and Sambal Udang. These are the most famous Malaysian dishes in Australia.
If you’re looking for a Malaysian restaurant in Hawthorn, pay a visit to Mamak Melbourne in 366 Lonsdale St. It has the same amazing dishes. There is a Mamak Chatswood too, so no worries, Mamaks are everywhere!
If you’re looking for a Malaysian restaurant in Sydney CBD, Temasek is your place. It is one of the best Malaysian restaurants in Parramatta. They’re well-known for their juicy Hainanese boneless chicken rice, but you can still go for their delicious calamari.
It is only 5 minutes walk from Parramatta train station, and 30 minutes walk from Western Sydney University, Parramatta Campus and the same to Western Sydney UV Parramatta student accommodation in Sydney.
It’s number 1 Malaysian restaurant in Clayton, with affordable prices and a super-friendly staff. The best place to try some Wonton Noodles.
A truly authentic Malaysian restaurant in Northbridge, offering traditional Malaysian cuisines, like Hainan bread, baked with the finest ingredients; Roti, that is of Malaysian-Indian origin; Dim Sum, tasty steamed dumplings and rolls; rice; and noodles, wok-fried and more. The PappaRich noodle menu surely has something for everyone.
Bonus: Visit Kotajaya in Melbourne for one of the best Malaysian restaurants Melbourne eastern suburbs for sizzling tofu, tasty entrees, soups, beef, pork, dinner noodle, vegetable dishes and seafood.