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May 08, 2012

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Juliana

Oh Jasmyne, they all look so good...and I just had lunch!
Hope you are having a great week :)

Tina@foodboozeshoes

Quite like their mee goreng here, but looks like I'll be giving the roti a go next time :)

yummychunklet

What a fun looking place! I bet it tastes amazing.

Hotly Spiced

Ah yes, the travel bug. I've been struck by this bug too and then the finances slap me back into reality. But like you say, a great night out in a place like this and at least you can feel like you've been somewhere exotic xx

Joanne

I really need to try Malaysian food! this all looks so tasty!

Helen (Grab Your Fork)

Can't beat a Malaysian fix! I hope that one day you get to Malaysia - the street food is amazing!

Winston

Glad to see you trying out more Malaysian food! Hopefully it's a start of many more experiences to come =D Yes, I actually think Mee Goreng can be too spicy for me at times too. It's a particularly spicy noodle dish but you can tell them to tone down the chilli factor. Anyway, excited for you about your next US trip. Am sure there's gonna be more yumminess involved =D

Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

Good to hear that you enjoyed your meal here. We had a more mixed experience when a friend and I just dropped in :)

Mary

This sounds like a great place to eat. The food looks wonderful. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

Angie@Angie's Recipes

That mee goreng looks right up my alley.

Lucy @ Lucyeats

Ahh the travel bug! I've been bitten too and am currently planning a trip to Europe and China. The exchange rates in South East Asian countries is awesome! At least for now you can enjoy that fantastic looking food!

Jenny @ Ichigo Shortcake

I've been having so many nasi lemaks lately, it's beautiful! I've never been to Malaysia but I've been dying to go because I'm in love with Malaysian cuisine. :) I also love their style of roti, so crunchy and airy.

love2dine

It really looks gorgeous!

Alana

The one fantastic thing about Australia is that we're so multicultural it's easy to pretend we're someplace else via an authentic restaurant. The food looks great! I gotta hang out at that new foodcourt more often.

muppy

I have not eaten much malaysian but it always look amazing. it is so great we livein a city where so many cultures are accessible, we can experience so much just by travelling a little way....in saying that we are soon to go on holidays to china and hk, cant wait.

Tina @ bitemeshowme

Like you I also have the travel bug but am limited due to insufficient funds! Wedding > travels any day and just remmeber you guys can travel together after gettting married :) Sassy's red isn't too bad. I do find its a hit and miss.. I much prefer the restaurant just one level up ;)

Excuse Me Waiter

I actually tried Sassy's Red around when the Westfield Pitt Street food court first opened, and was not a fan. The flavours were a bit off, but it sounds like they've improved since then! Might head back and try it out for myself :)

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