Monday, 26 May 2014

Sedap, Sydney

Situated in Town Hall, a stone's throw away from my favourite bar to get drunk at. Sedap is always jam packed when I walk past.  For a cheap solid Char Kuey Teow, come to Sedap.  For $12 go wild and become entangled in tasty land.  Everyone loves a good noodle dish.  Char Kuey Teow is fast becoming one of my favourite asian dishes. 

I also tried the deep fried tofu which was something different. It was well fried and not oily with a non-chilli flavoursome sauce. A good dish to share within a group if you are ordering several dishes. Otherwise I'd stick to delicious noodles. 

Speak clearly and repeat your order (or point) as some staff speak very limited English. It can become very busy. A nice cheap and cheerful place. 

Mains - $12-15 per person.

Char Kuey Teow - Stir fried flat rice noodle with egg, prawn, fishcake, pork sausage, beansprout and chives - $12

Deep fried sedap home made tofu - $14.80
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