188 Little Bourke St, CBD,Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Ph: 03 9650 8878
This Malaysian restaurant gives a hawker food hall experience; you get to taste variety of dishes at this place. Access to the restaurant is up a set of stairs and therefore not disabled friendly. It does get very crowded much lunch times, which means that it has garnered a positive reputation generally. There is plenty of space so one does not feel cramped. Moreover, it is well ventilated and tables are spaced out so one can have their conversations without having to shout over the din. The interior is simple but comfortable.
The food is of decent quality, nothing fancy but authentic Malaysian fare. Some of the highlights include Wat Dan Hor (egg gravy flat noodles with seafood) and Nanyang style Roast Chicken. The Char Kway Teow with clams is a revelation and must have dish. Petaling Street offers good, honest and cheap Malaysian dishes. There is nothing pretentious or fancy, just tasty food that satiates your appetite while not pinching your purse. The most favoured dish is the Chicken ribs and fried rice. Don’t miss to read the highlights of one of the Best Malaysian Restaurants Melbourne, Petaling Street below:
|Price||A$60 for two (approx.)