Papparich is a restaurant well known for its Malaysian cusine. There are stores scattered around Sydney for you to get your Malaysian fix. Visiting their city store situated on Liverpool Street. The restaurant it pretty straight forward, clean and modern wth a number of tables to cater for hungry punters.
The food at Papparich is traditional Malaysian fare with plenty of flavour at a reasonable price. All of my favourites are on the menu including the light fluffy roti as well as nasi lemak which is an assortment of rice, peauts, sambal and a curry. The beef rendang is my usual go to.
They also have a number of Malaysian drinks which certainly are colourful and almost dessert like, actually I would consder them to be a dessert. Sweet with jelly and sugar syrup. There are also other options availalable if you don’t feel like a sweet drink, try one of their teas.
On this occasion I was dining with foodie friends Spooning Australia, his dining companion for the evening Larni and Sarah from CBD. It is always great to catch up with fellow passionate foodies. It also means we can sample more of the menu. We shared a range of tasty bites including the satay skewers, chicken being the pick. Oh and the deep fried chicken skin, so bad but soooo gooood.
There were dumplings too, as well kway teow: a simple tasty hawker style noodle dish. The roti canai is always a favourite, also served hawker style on a steel tray with a finger lickin chicken curry. Tear off a bit of roti, dip it in the sambal and use it to grab a piece of chicken curry, a great hands on dining experience.
Thanks to Papparich for their hospitality and to Spooning for inviting us to share a meal. Love the delicious simplicity that is Papparich.