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Familiarity.

Straits Cafe
694 Doncaster Road
Doncaster
(03) 9848 1605

It’s hard to find good Malaysian food in Melbourne. There’s always something missing.

Penang Char Kueh Teow - Stir-fried flat noodles with prawn, squid, chinese sausage, fish cake, egg & bean shoots ($11.50)

The spicy option is tastier. Hearty portions of juicy prawns and squid, and fragrant chinese sausage.

Char Tang Hoon - Stir fried glass noodles with prawns, squid, Chinese sausage, fish cake, egg, chives and bean shoots ($11.50)

This was a clear winner.

Penang Har Mee  (Prawn mee) - Vermicelli and Egg Noodles served in a Prawn based soup with sliced pork, prawns and eggs ($9.90)

The broth was average. 

Beef Rendang - Traditional Malaysian curry with tender beef pieces ($13.50)

The beef pieces were quite tender. However, I would have preferred the curry to be thicker. 

Roti - Pan Fried Crispy Bread ($3.20)

I would come back for the Char Tang Hoon and to try their other dishes. I am also looking forward to trying the Straits Cafe in Wantirna, which unlike the Doncaster branch, is open for Sunday lunches.

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