Spicy Quail, 24AUD
Mabrown serves quality Chinese food and people from all over town come here for its famous Spicy Quails. They have two branches, one in Balwyn and the other in the city. One quail is halved and each quail costs 8AUD each. It tasted just like chicken, but the standout factor was the spiced sauce cooked over it. The quail skin fully absorbed the spices and it earned that full bodied flavour during the cooking process. Its really not that spicy, upon five I would give it two chili signs.
Sambal kangkong, 15.80AUD
I would eat kang kong more often if they conveniently sell it in Woolies (Clearly I don’t go to markets often). Everytime I head to a Chinese restaurant, Sambal Kang Kong seemed to always be the main vegetable dish that I would order. This particular one was cooked with Malaysian prawn paste, chili, other herbs and spices.
King Spare Ribs, 19.80AUD
We all thoroughly enjoyed the King Spare Ribs and we wiped this plate clean. The bell peppers really sweeten the sauce and it was a great complement to the ribs.
After peeking around the restaurant, it was without a doubt that everyone who came to Mabrown were all here for the Spicy Quails and I agree that it was as good as it looks. Another great dinner night out and us three were all very satisfied.