Petaling Street, Kingsford, Sydney

Visiting my old university haunt of Anzac parade Kingsford for dinner brought us to Petaling Street. A relatively new restaurant that definitely wasn't around when I was there during my university days, it seemed to be quite popular.

The menu had a comprehensive listing of Malaysian favourites and service was quick and faultless.

Hainanese Chicken Rice - $10.80 - Boneless chicken soaked in a light soy sauce. Accompanied with chili dipping sauce, ginger dipping sauce, a mound of chicken rice and a bowl of chicken soup. Chicken was moist and tender, but just felt a tad on the lacking side in terms of quantity.

Char Kway Teow - $11.50 - Flavours were there but the noodles were a bit overcooked so were a bit soft/soggy compared to what I'm used to. Similarly to the other dish, it felt like the dish was a bit on the small side. Interestingly it had 'lap cheung' or Chinese sausage in it which not all places put into this dish.

Petaling Street Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato


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