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  • Ah Loys Malaysian Restaurant

    Nestled in Brighton's trendy Bay Street, Ah Loys is a Malaysian restaurant with the lot. Aside from its handy location, smart décor and family-friendly atmosphere, Ah Loys will impress diners with its extensive selection of traditional Malaysian fare at a price that won't break the bank. A serviceable wine list...

  • Chai – Malaysian Mama’s Kitchen

    Chai - Malaysian Mama's Kitchen is an unpretentious eatery just off Swanston St, a short walk from the University of Melbourne. The chilled vibe and good value menu has proved a hit with local students, but the flavorsome Malaysian dishes draw crowds from all walks of life. The servings here...

  • Chi Kitchen

    Centrally located on Little Bourke St in Melbourne's CBD, Chi Kitchen provides interesting Asian fusion fare consisting of flavours and dishes from Thai, Chinese, Japanese and Malaysian culinary tradition. The restaurant is operated by two nutritionists, who are committed to providing quality ingredients and nutritious meals to diners. The modern...

  • Chillipadi Watergardens

    Chillipadi is located in Taylors Lakes, around 20 minutes north-west of Melbourne CBD. The kitchen presents an enormous menu of Pan Asian cuisine including Chinese, Singaporean, Japanese, Thai, Malaysian, Indonesian and Indian dishes. The restaurant allows you to choose your dining style - casual at the sushi bar or more...

  • Chin Chin

    This perpetually packed restaurant on Flinders Lane serves fast paced, street-inspired Asian cuisine. The adventurous menu, under the guidance of executive chef Benjamin Cooper, has been designed with the hawker dining halls of Bangkok in mind, featuring shared plates great for communal dining. While the menu takes guidance from South...

  • Chin Chin’s at Koto Moon

    Chin Chin's at Koto Moon sounds more like an entrant in Shanghai's independent film festival than a purveyor of contemporary Asian cuisine, but what awaits you is well-presented food in a sumptuous setting. Friendly staff fronts this union of modern styling and traditional fare including the likes of homemade dim...

  • Chinta Blues

    Cute and cosy, Chinta Blues offers exceptional Malaysian fare in St Kilda. Simply decorated with wooden shutters that are reminiscent of colonised Asia, the hawker-style diner creates simple, rustic dishes that pack a punch. They won’t mind if you stay a little longer than you should though – there’s blues...

  • Cina

    In the heart of Armadale's shopping street, Cina restaurant specialises in Asian cooking, with good service and a great drinks list. The menu is extensive and ranges from Cantonese to Northern Chinese with a large Malaysian section as well. The selection of dumplings comes highly recommended and the restaurant's speciality...

  • Golden Orchids

    In the heart of Chinatown, Melbourne’s Golden Orchids restaurant has been serving fine Chinese and Malaysian cuisine since 1973. The restaurants simple interior is decorated in pops of red and gold, letting the food speak for itself, with a menu that lists Malaysian and Chinese dishes separately, and there’s plenty...

  • Jack's Satay Bar

    A Melbourne institution since 1989, Jacks Satay Bar is cheap and cheerful, serving an enticing Malaysian menu in Moonee Ponds. Centrally located on Mt. Alexander Road, this casual restaurant and bar is loved by locals for its extensive menu of contemporary and traditional Malaysian flavours, including its famous chicken satay,...

  • KL Bunga Raya

    The Bunga Raya is the national flower of Malaysia, a land where the cuisine - shaped by the fusion of cultures and spices - has blessed her people's palates. The restaurant aims to bring those blessings to their guests, and to leave you in awe for more. Bunga Raya is...

  • Kuala Lumpur

    In the middle of a major suburban street in Carnegie, there are more than a fair share of eating opportunities, but Kuala Lumpur restaurant has got the market cornered with its popular mix of Chinese and Malay flavours. Hugely popular in the area for its buttermilk pork ribs and sizzling...

  • Little Nyonya

    As part of the overhaul to the Docklands Precinct, Little Nonya is fun, lively and flavourful - serving Chinese-Malay cuisine to the applause of hungry diners. Celebrated for its inventive dishes, this Malaysian restaurant offers dishes such as Hainese chicken rice, and pork ribs from its oriental themed dining room...

  • Mamak

    Mamak, named after the alfresco-style roadside eateries in Malaysia, has a dining room on Melbourne's Lonsdale Street. The 100-seater restaurant offers Aussies a taste of Mamak's Malaysian cuisine, exactly as you'd find it in Kuala Lumpur. Makmak doesn't take bookings, so it's best to get in early or wait with...

  • Nasi Lemak House

    Often thronged with local bargain-hunting uni students, Carlton restaurant Nasi Lemak House offers cheap, cheerful and authentic Malaysian food in a casual environment. The modern interiors, created by Studio Equator has a fun, youthful edge while the famed Nasi Lemak in quesetion comes packed in a neat paper box thats...

  • Norsiah’s Kitchen

    This no-frills restaurant is a popular Carlton haunt for students and lovers of the robust flavours of home-style Malaysian and Indonesian food. Despite its basic decor, Norsiah's Kitchen impresses with punchy pan-Asian flavours like nasi goreng, chilli chicken drumsticks and countless curries on offer - perfect for diners looking for...

  • Omah's

    Meaning grandmother in Malay, Omah’s encapsulates traditional Malaysian and Nonya cooking in Hawthorn. The extensive menu offers an authentic taste of Malaysia, and features mud crab as a house specialty. Omah also offers takeaway, but with the dining room decorated as a 1950’s teahouse, it may be difficult to want...

  • Rasa Malaysian Cafe

    Malaysia is a mix of Malay, Chinese, Nonya, Indian and other nationalities, and its cuisine is a melting pot of exotic flavours. Rasa Malaysian Cafe is located in Malvern East, right across the road from Monash Uni. The casual, brightly-coloured dining room will put you at ease and dishes like...

  • Satay Anika

    There’s more than just satay on offer at Satay Anika – a small, East Brunswick Malaysian restaurant that’s known for its inexpensive food and friendly service. With owner Tony Lim out the front and his wife in the kitchen, this is a great place to head with a few bottles...

  • U-Village

    Large; loud; and boisterous, U-Village is a popular Malay and Asian fusion eatery found on the top end of Fitzroy Street. Share-food is in at U-village, with dishes to share ranging from prawn stuffed vermicelli net or whole crisp snapper. There are also banquets to choose from for a complete...

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