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“Worst Malaysian Restaurant in Australia!!”

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Chinese Herbal King Seafood Restaurant
Price range: $14 - $19
Cuisines: Chinese
Dining options: Breakfast, Outdoor Seating
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Dining options: Breakfast, Outdoor Seating
Reviewed November 6, 2008

This restaurant claim that they are the best bak-kut-teh in Sydney in the chinese TV ad. We went to try when we first landed in Sydney. Ordered a chicken rice, fish head noodle soup and bak kut teh. The chicken is terrible. It is not a freshly cook chicken and look yak! The chicken must be the left over from last night that did not sale! Fish head noodle doesn't taste as good either. The 3 rice ball cost A$9! A bowl of bak kut teh cost A$48! What a rib off!

The restaurant is dirty too. They left the 2 package of toilet roll on the bench or fridge in the kitchen that can be seen by the customer when you walk in! Kitchen are messy and staff are not friendly. Ordered chicken rice but when we finish the chicken the rice still not come yet and have to remind the staff 2 times!!

Never go to this restaurant again and please don't go. You will regret!

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Reviewed August 6, 2008

The marketing claim here is ‘probably the best Singapore Chilli Crab in Sydney’ holds true for me – eating the divine sauce on roti had me moaning with pleasure! The close-by Sydney Fish Market helps – you can taste freshness and quality in the wonderful Malay dish of Deep Fried Prawns in Shell with Coconut Butter. I am also a huge fan of the Good Fortune dish? You all sprinkle a package of sesame seeds over an excellent salad flavoured with raw salmon, jellyfish and grapefruit, then mix it with chopsticks as a group. Cuisine combines chinese herbs (medicine) with dishes to give a healthier and tastier alternative.

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