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Spiciest dish is Char Koay Teow and Indomie goreng, though the spicy level are able to be adjusted to be more or less spicy
For mouth-watering Malaysian cuisine west of Sydney, head to Ho Jiak restaurant in the Strathfield Plaza, just across from the Strathfield train station along The Boulevard. Rustic and welcoming in style, this eatery charms those passing by with a quaint street vendor style, luring them inside with the smell of steaming meat broths wafting from an open kitchen and offering up seats both at intimate tables or perched up at the bar on bright red stools. Inspired by the cuisines of Penang's bustling city, meals are prepared over open flames in tantalising combinations that are devoured by loyal visitors. Savour the flavours of satay chicken skewers before delving into signature dishes like Bah Kut Teh – steamed rice served with pork spare ribs, pork belly, dried bean curd in herb soup.
Strathfield Plaza 33/11 The Boulevard, Strathfield 2135 NSW - See Map
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