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8 Restaurants in Sydney: Malaysian

Sample fine food at the best Malaysian restaurants in Sydney

Australia’s first city is known around the country and the wider world as a bustling, diverse and cosmopolitan metropolis – and a home for top-quality food and drink. This culinary culture is reflected in the range of dishes on offer Sydney’s Malaysian restaurants: from rice-based dishes with crunchy vegetables and tender meats to Asian-inspired dishes made with fish from the nearby Pacific Ocean, the range of food on offer at Sydney’s Malaysian restaurants is diverse. And with Quandoo as your guide, it’s possible to get menu highlights, opening hours and user reviews at your fingertips and book Sydney’s best Malaysian restaurants in just a minute or two.

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KL Kitchen Restaurant

Potts Point
Malaysian$$$$
5.3/63
KL Kitchen Restaurant

Chinta Ria Mood for Love

Sydney CBD
Malaysian$$$$
5.0/6100
Chinta Ria Mood for Love

Chinta Kechil

Double Bay
Malaysian$$$$
5.6/632
Chinta Kechil
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Berempah Malaysian Street Food

Willoughby
Malaysian$$$$
5.0/619
Berempah Malaysian Street Food

Lazy Suzie

Darlinghurst
Malaysian$$$$
1.0/62
Lazy Suzie

Uncle Jim Malaysian Kitchen

Mosman
Malaysian$$$$
Uncle Jim Malaysian Kitchen

Ya-Malaysia

Parramatta
Malaysian$$$$
Ya-Malaysia

Taste of Malaya

Castle Hill
Malaysian
Taste of Malaya
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    Enjoy top seafood at Sydney’s Malaysian restaurants

    Located on the banks of the Pacific Ocean, there is a strong coastal theme to many of this city’s attractions. Whether it’s iconic architectural works stretching over the water like the Harbour Bridge or more subtle coastal influences like the seafood on the menu at many of Sydney’s Malaysian restaurants, this is clearly a city influenced by the coast. Innovative and unusual seafood dishes with a distinctive twist from the cooking techniques and spices of Malaysia are on the menu at Chinta Kechil on New South Head Road in the suburb of Double Bay. Delectable dishes like melt-in-the-mouth Sambal fish fillets tossed in wok with a prawn paste and sweet chilli jam are popular here, while fat prawns served in a spring onion and ginger root sauce are another firm favourite. Sydney’s Malaysian restaurants are the perfect place to make the most of the city’s seaside location, so don’t miss out.
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    Fit food at Sydney’s Malaysian restaurants around a shopping spree

    As the largest city in Australia and a global hub for tourists and travellers, there are few places in the Asia-Pacific to go shopping like Sydney. A multitude of shops offering everything from vintage bargains to High Street fast fashion to top-end designers are available in the Harbour City, so you’re sure to go home with what you came here to buy. When you’ve tired yourself out from all that shopping, some of Sydney’s best Malaysian restaurants are located just nearby to help you refuel. If you’re shopping in the Westfield Sydney Central Plaza on Pitt Street and Market Street, the Chinta Ria Mood for Love restaurant on Level 6 is not to be missed. Open both for lunch and dinner, there’s plenty here to meet everyone’s needs: from dishes like the satay chicken with tasty peanut sauce to and steamed half shell scallops with a more fiery chilli sauce, you’ll be sure to feel refreshed after a meal at this gem among Sydney’s Malaysian restaurants.
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    Leave room for dessert at Malaysian restaurants in Sydney

    After all the juicy meat, locally-sourced fish and pungent, distinctive flavours like ginger and chilli you’re set to enjoy at Sydney’s Malaysian restaurants, you’d be forgiven for thinking that this is a cuisine focused entirely around savoury items. In fact, there are plenty of tasty desserts drawn from the culinary culture of Malaysia available for you to sample at Sydney’s Malaysian restaurants. For those who love the classic Asian dessert ingredient that is coconut, several of Sydney’s Malaysian restaurants serve up delicious palm sugar rolls made with coconut and wrapped in a crepe as a treat for after dinner, while the pandan sago (a sweet pudding made with pearls from the sago palm, sugar and coconut milk) is another post-dinner favourite. Whatever sweet treat you’re after, Sydney’s Malaysian restaurants will deliver the goods.