Lee's Malaysian, Sydney CBD

Guest blogger edition

Open relatively late and located towards the north side of the city (near Wynyard), Lee's Malaysian is the perfect place to go after after work drinks. I've previously tried the laksa which is really nice if a little bit too spicy for me, but this time I went for something slightly different.

Char Kway Teow- $12 - An average dish, it didn't have the 'heat of the wok' and the noodles didn't taste right. Also, there was lots of carrots and not enough chicken :(

Hainan Chicken rice - $12 - A decent hainan chicken rice- the key thing being the chicken, which was tender and de-boned. Not sure if it is Hainanese or not, but it was missing the ginger and shallot sauce >_<!

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