17. Petaling Street Becoming a Favourite

So apart from the Haymarket branch, there’s also one near UNSW! Hurrah!

Petaling Street, Kingsford


The interior

Interior of the Kingsford branch – It was rather empty because we had a late lunch, or an early dinner – whichever way you want to look at it :P

Roti Kosong

Roti Kosong – Spicy only if you dip it in the sauce

Satay Chicken Skewers

Satay Chicken Skewers – I didn’t actually get to try this one but it looks good.

Pork Leg Noodle

Pork Leg Noodles – This was yummy :3 Use that green dip stuff!

Fried Chicken with rice

Fried Chicken with Rice – I admit this looks kind of ugly with all the elements so separated but that fried chicken tastes awesome. Forget about the soup – it tasted like MSG, way too salty.

Fried Chicken

The chicken deserved a solo shot :)

Milo Dinosaur (cold)

Milo Dinosaur

Air Mata Kuching (cold)

Air Mata Kuching – I initially thought this was a drink since it was under the drinks section but… well, I guess it is yet not at the same time. It has logans in it and some weird tasting jelly which has an icy and grainy texture. It was also a bit sweet, but I won’t be getting this again, it didn’t suit my palate =/

Downstairs - Haymarket branch2

Downstairs area of the Haymarket branch. Yep, there’s a downstairs and an upstairs section here!

Cheorng Fun

Petaling special cheorng fun or something like that (I kind of forgot…) – I think it’s made up of the rice noodle rolls you can find at yumcha, fish balls, fishcake, and taro, drenched in a sauce similar to oyster sauce in texture.

Omlette rice

Omlette Rice

Omlette rice - inside

Inside the omelette rice – a mixture of rice, rice noodles, egg, Chinese sausage and prawns.


Kingsford branch – next to Passionflower at 438-443 Anzac Parade, Kingsford (Sydney)
Petaling Street: Malaysian Hawker Food on Urbanspoon

Haymarket branch – 760 George St, Haymarket near Central (Sydney) opposite the Haymarket Commonwealth Bank branch
Petaling Street: Malaysian Hawker Food on Urbanspoon

Since my last post on Petaling Street, I’ve been to the Kingsford branch twice and back to the Haymarket branch once so yep, it’s quickly becoming a favourite, especially since the Kingsford branch is so close to uni. Food-wise, I find both branches equally as good and the menus are exactly the same so the only difference would be the convenience of location. Each dish is also quite big so it’s well worth the price which by the way isn’t too expensive.




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4 thoughts on “17. Petaling Street Becoming a Favourite”

  1. Those pork leg noodles looked really mouthwatering. What was the green dip? It kind of looks like this one sauce that accompanies the Hainan chicken I order at this one Chinese restaurant I like to go to.

    1. I originally thought the green sauce dip thing was a mix of crushed garlic and shallots but now that you mentioned it, it does resemble taste-wise the sauce that comes with hainan chicken!! I don’t know what that contains though =P

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