Try something new at Melbourne’s Malaysian restaurants
If you’re after something new and exciting, Melbourne’s Malaysian restaurants are the place to visit. One of the CBD highlights, is Melbourne Malaysian restaurant, Little Ipoh Restaurant on La Trobe Street, where you can feast on dishes like murtabak utara, a roti roll filled with meat, onion, potato and egg and of course their famous nasi goreng pattaya which is Malaysian fried rice cooked with egg, anchovies and fried chicken. Or if you find yourself over in Hawthorn East, Monk & Me is an absolute must. This Melbourne Malaysian restaurant is a quirky hawker-style spot with some seriously good food. Start off with satay skewers smothered in a homemade peanut sauce, and follow with the spicy calamari marinated with rice wine, spicy seasoning, garlic and chilli, or go for the kung poh chicken (also gluten-free) which is wok-tossed chicken with spices, fresh ginger root, dried chilli, carrot, snow peas and cashews. No matter where you find yourself in Melbourne, the Malaysian restaurants here are guaranteed to blow you away.