Score: 6.75/10 (ok we've been there 3 consecutive weekend CBD lunch times so strictly speaking it should be 7/10 but they have some fail points)
Reduced sugar Teh/Kopi Ais = 7.5/10
Visit one: Seafood Cha Kway Teow, Seafood Wat Tan Hor, Ais Kacang, Teh Ais
Visit two: Chicken Laksa, Roti Canai, Cendol, Kopi Ais and Teh Ais both with less sugar
Visit three (didn't bother with photos but should have because the roti wasn't "clapped" so it came out completely flat): Chicken Cha Kway Teow, Roti Canai, Kopi Ais and Teh Ais both with less sugar
As hinted been here 3 times so that in itself should indicate it's decent. Still a far cry from real Malaysian but as far as Sydney Malaysian goes it's pretty good.
1) Don't get seafood ANYTHING, it generally doesn't comprise of anything of quality.
2) Unless it's curry chicken, the chicken they use (e.g. in Laksa or Cha Kway Teow) has that weird boiled flavour so unless you like weird boiled flavour stay away from chicken. Chicken curry was decently authentic though.
3) If your roti comes out instantly send it back because it's likely to be cold and overly chewy
4) General rule for drinks - ask for them with less sugar. Teh Ais is nice and rich
Poetic licence has been taken on some of the elements (e.g. multi-coloured Ais Kacang, crab stick seems to be a type of seafood) but overall pretty good.
Cha Kway Teow was the pick out of the two. Tan hor was ok but Sambal's is better. Had seafood versions of both, only one prawn so would probably just get beef or chicken next time.
The Teh Ais was good, it felt "thicker" than normal some how. Possibly slightly too sweet, ask if they do less sugar (they do).
Ice kacang was fairly good but we think the green syrup threw the taste a bit.
Went back a week later to try more stuff.
They could have skimmed off some of the surface level oil but despite that it was overall good again.
The Chicken Laksa was pretty good. The chicken itself was boiled chicken added in... We've never eaten laksa with such an obviously boiled chicken flavour so we're not sure this is right but otherwise a good laksa.
Roti by themselves were good, different flavour to Malay Village but within the acceptable range of roti flavours. Curry was good too. Would rank this as the runner up Antiblog Approved roti venue so far. Malay Village's still comes in at number 1 because theirs comes together better as an overall dish.
Ais cendol had red bean (traditionally it doesn't) and their cendol isn't quite right but still tasty and has the right gula melaka taste.
Kopi ais and teh ais with less sugar were better than last week's full sugar version. Will probably come here for iced tea instead of Chatime et al if possible from now on.
Chicken Cha Kway Teow was better than Visit One's seafood version but chicken tasted boiled like the one in the Laksa. Seriously how hard is it to cook chicken why use the boiled version?
Roti was ready to go as soon as we paid. Bad sign... We let it sit at the cashier while the Cha Kway Teow was being cooked so when we picked both dishes up from the counter it had cooled and was overly chewy - still it wasn't as tasteless as Mamak's. Will send it back next time and perhaps flip a table.
Luckily Kopi Ais and Teh Ais didn't disappoint.