Location: Food court. Macquarie Centre
Price: Cheap $9.80
Service: Pass (takewaway)
Waffle with green tea ice cream
Good curry, a bit salty on this eating. Didn't seem to have any sambal.
Disadvantaged because we ate this take away and left it sitting there for 30 minutes but still good.
Waffle was good, much better than the HK place upstairs.
Milo dinosaur didn't have enough milo
Location: Cinema level. Macquaire Centre
Price: Cheap but not too cheap
Service: slow but pass
Roti Pisang (banana roti)
Did have sambal but that's pretty much where the benefits of this Nasi Lemak ended. Pretty but didn't have that much flavour.
Roti Pisang was decent, not as good as Mamak Village.
Teh Tarik was a bit weak
On this sitting Batch was the better of the two however Chur seems to have greater potential as they covered a number of basics better.
Batch needs to up its toppings and do something about the buns. It has a more extensive menu but it's a small kitchen and we wonder if they're stretching themselves too thin.
If Chur Burger learnt how to cook sweet potato fries properly, made better value milkshakes and developed a tastier meat patty then it'd have a shot at being the top burger. Unfortunately at this stage there are too many deductions.
The search for a decent American style burger continues (for general cheap burgers BenBry still tops our list).
5 Jan 2014 - IMPORTANT UPDATE - We walked past Malay Village on Jan 3 and it looked like they rebranded. Big deal? Not until we looked at the new menu and saw THERE WAS NO ROTI. What a great start to 2014...we've emailed the Malay Village HQ to find out what's the go.
Whose roti is better?
We decided to eat roti canai at 3 leading locations during the same lunch time so that we could comprehensively compare each offering.
Being the self professed experts on Malaysian food (...perhaps self professed experts on all food...), here's what we thought.
One lunch time. 3 stores.
Only roti canai is ordered, possibly a drink.
Roti is eaten with hands. It's Indian and it's the only way to get the sauce/roti mix right. Eating roti with cutlery is for plebs.
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