Sunday, 27 May 2012

Review - Sambal Kampung

17th February 2012

Sambal Kampung
234 Little Bourke Street,

Cuisine: Malaysian, Chinese

Taste Rating: 8/10   Value Rating: 7.5/10

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We went for a quick lunch on a Friday, arriving at about 12.30 pm. The place was almost full but we managed to get a table. The dining area was fairly small. The ambience was dark but not unappealing.

We ordered Chef's Special Fried Noodle ($9.00), Fried Kueh Teow ($9.00) and Home Made Pan Fried Dumplings ($9.00 for 10). As it was a last minute decision to drop into this place, we were pleasantly surprised by how nice the food was and it vindicated our decision to eat here.

The Chef's Special Fried Noodle was really tasty vermicelli with noodles prawns, fishcake, calamari and vegetables, although it was a bit too oily. The Fried Kueh Teow with flat noodles, prawns, fishcake and clams was great - not too oily and had a good balance of flavours. We found the dumplings a bit sweet but otherwise the minced pork, prawn and chives filling was tasty.

On the whole, a good place to go to for Malaysian food that is delicious. The prices for the hawker style dishes were reasonable. We will definitely go back again.

Front of the Restaurant

Chef's Special Fried Noodle
Fried Kueh Teow

Chef's Special Fried Noodles

Fried Kueh Teow

Home Made Pan Fried Dumplings

Home Made Pan Fried Dumplings

Nice Cover on the Takeaway Menu

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