Malaysian cuisine, like most Asian cuisines are rich in flavour.
In particular, Malaysians, influenced by their Indian counterparts, as a result their cuisine is heavily infused with lots of spices and herbs.Typical Malaysian dishes consists of rotti bread and curry, nasi (fried) rice etc
In Sydney, the Malaysian community appears to be growing as what was originally scarce (in comparison to Chinese, Japanese and Thai restaurants) is now more prominent and you can find a local Malaysian restaurant just about in every suburb (town, district).
The Malaya, located in Sydney's famous Lime Street amongst the likes of Kobe Jones is your typical Western-fusion Malaysian food. I'd recommend coming here for birthdays/ parties/ large group bookings as the banquet menu has large servings and no one will leave the room hungry. Whatever you do, make sure you order their yummy mocktails - the "Mei Ling" in particular!
What to wear to a place like this? Since it wasn't a cheap/tacky Asian restaurant in Chinatown, it's okay to wear heels, nice accessories and take plenty of photos!
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