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Review - Sedap Malaysian Kopitiam


Alex Harmon took a trek out to Eastgardens and found a new eat-street...



Part café, part street-side hawker, this new addition to Westfield Eastgardens has loads of street cred. It comes with the new dining precinct, which took over Banks Avenue last year. The al fresco dining and paved paths feel like you’re in an artificial land: “Like Vegas,” comments my dining partner. Indeed, if Vegas had a multicultural Sydney-themed hotel it would probably include the new tenants – Bondi Pizza, Ribs & Burgers, Lang Suan Thai, Kingston & Co. and San Churro.

We arrive at Sedap on a busy Thursday evening and relax into an Ice Coffee ($4) laced with heavenly condensed milk served in a jar. (I’m unsure if it’s ironic?)



Crispy Pork Rolls ($4/each) are wrapped in bean curd and come with a delicious garlic chilli sauce, while...



...Szechuan Ribs ($15.80) are sticky finger licking good.



Of course we have to try everyone’s favourite Malaysian dish: Char Kuey Teow ($12), which stacks up well – pork sausage an interesting addition to the bevy of toppings.



Beef Rendang ($14.40) is spot on; in fact I couldn’t fault a thing until the endearing waiter insisted we try the traditional dessert Ice Cendol ($6).



‘Green worm’ and mung bean noodles on shaved ice are probably just for true Malay enthusiasts – but they’re fun anyway.

Sedap Malaysian Kopitiam
Westfield Eastgardens, Banks Avenue, Eastgardens
Ph: (02) 9344 7095


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thekhana.wordpress.com
Feb. 26th, 2014 07:05 am (UTC)
The cendol looks so delicious! I'll defs have to try this place out sometime! :)
missdissent
Feb. 26th, 2014 02:02 pm (UTC)
Yes, I believe they have a number of stores, including in the CBD as well. :-)
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