Sir and M'Lady Dine Out a lot - and right across Australia. We know what we like and don't like. We are prepared to try restaurants and share our views. We recognise that not everyone likes the same things (even we don't between the two of us) and not every experience at a restaurant is the same - we all want different things. We have one of Australia's fastest growing diverse restaurant blogs.

Friday, 15 June 2012


Shop P9, 1-5 Railway Ave

While the Haymarket Mamak is so busy with a queue outside most nights this one is a bit quieter. It does get full early though - it is a Mamak! We started with the roti canai - why not. Their roti is good - some say the best in Sydney but we can debate that later -and it comes with two dipping curries and a dab of sambal. It was a solid start.This was $6.50.

We then moved on to the tried and proved satay skewers. These can be ordered in either beef or chicken and come in a six pack for $9.00 or a dozen for $16.00. They are small but tasty and the peanut sauce was very tasty - in fact we finished the entire bowl (which was substantial in itself).

We decided on a single main course of  mee goreng which consisted of hokkien noodles wok tossed with egg, prawns, fish cake slices and fresh bean sprouts. It was a decent sized serving and was tasty.

Mamak is nice. The service was a bit slow - we had to remind them to bring out water - and the food was solid. Its good but not awesome.

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