I have missed both drinks. Both utterly sweet and satisfying. One is fresh and rejuvenating, while the other is more milky and indulgent.
Nothing like a good old trusty Maggi Goreng dish could easily make us happier persons. The maggi noodles were cooked with eggs, prawns, bean sprouts and fish cake slices. It was not too oily or too dry, just enough greasiness to leave us wanting more.
Roti Telur Bawang is roti prata, essentially. It was slightly soggy and I definitely miss my ‘more chewy and crispy’ two dollar egg and onion prata that I could get easily back in South East Asia.
Peeking through our neighbouring tables, lots of customers ordered of what it seemed like juicy and succulent pieces of fried chickens. It was indeed. My favourite part was the crispy skin marinated with herbs and spices in the batter.
Same ingredients used for the Mee Goreng like the Maggi. These Hokkien noodles are thicker and softer than the Maggi. So, are you a Hokkien noodle kind of person or the maggi? I am the latter.
The Nasi Lemak was expensive and I wouldn’t pay 9AUD for that. 12AUD in total with the chicken by the side, now its more forgivable. All in all I would say I enjoyed Mamak as it reminded me a lot like home. Not the best home food out there but the standards are pretty good for a quick fix to satisfy our local cravings.
Mon to Thu: 11.30am-2.30pm
Fri to Sat: 11.30am-2.30pm