Ipoh town, Sydney CBD, Sydney

Guest blogger edition

Following the success of Ipoh on York, it seems this Malaysian eatery is expanding its offerings in the Sydney CBD with Ipoh Town. Ipoh Town is located in the food court within Grosvenor Place. A bit hard to find, but you can access it via George or Harrington street.

The food court itself is quite nice, air-conditioned and enclosed, but with a glass ceiling to let in the natural light. Plenty of seats and quick table clearing by the cleaners there means you don't need to wait too long for a table. There are a few other eateries in the food court, but judging by the line for Ipoh town, it was clear that most people came here for this.

Service is quick and efficient despite the long queue as there are 3 counters to deal with the large number of orders.

Beef laksa- rich coconut based laksa soup with slices of beef. The soup itself is not too spicy which is perfect for me, but you can also sambal sauce if you want to spice it up a bit.

Chicken laksa -same soup base as the beef laksa, but with chicken pieces instead of beef (duh!). The chicken itself was not just breast meat which meant it was quite tender.

For both laksas, there is two types of noodles (some places just have the rice noodles only).

A great addition to the CBD lunch scene - especially for those working near the north of the city.

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