Hello everyone. I’m @olivertomolife and I’ve studied abroad in Sydney!
It is said that there are more than 3,000 Indonesians living in Sydney.
That’s why there are so many authentic Indonesian restaurants in the city!
In this article, I would like to introduce five of the best restaurants in the city.
If you like spicy food and Southeast Asian cuisine, you won’t want to miss this!
I experienced studying abroad in Sydney for a year starting in 2018. Currently, I am writing a blog based on that experience.
By reading this article, you’ll get to know the best Indonesian food in Sydney!
Five must-go Indonesian dishes in Sydney!
1 Shalom Indonesian Restaurant
Shalom Indonesian Restaurant is an Indonesian restaurant located near Town Hall Station.
Other restaurants charge special prices on holidays, but this restaurant charges regular prices, so it is highly recommended.
Friendly staff and delicious Indonesian food!
The chicken dish with sambal sauce is amazing taste!
2 Medan Ciak
Medan Ciak is a long-established Indonesian restaurant in Sydney that has been in business for a long time.
The prices and flavors are consistent, and there are many dishes that can only be found at this restaurant.
It is also frequented by Indonesians living in Sydney.
The wide variety of dishes is highly recommended.
3 PENDOPO EXPRESS
This restaurant is an Indonesian restaurant located near the restaurant #2.
This restaurant specializes in Indonesian Padang cuisine, and some of the dishes are only available at this restaurant.
If you order more than $15 Australian dollars, you get one free drink.
The average menu is $11 Australian dollars, so it’s an affordable place to eat.
4 Enjoy Mie
Enjoy Mie is a spacious restaurant that serves reasonably priced Indonesian food.
The restaurant is especially popular for its rice noodle dishes, which are highly rated.
If you become a regular customer, you may get some food service.
Lunch is also cheap and tasty and is highly recommended.
5 The Sambal
The Sambal is an Indonesian restaurant located near Town Hall Station.
The Sambal is a rare restaurant that is only open three days a week.
But the staff is friendly and the food is delicious, bringing out the flavor of the ingredients.
The name of the restaurant is also interesting, and it seems to be a famous place among the local Indonesians.
- There are many Indonesian restaurants in Sydney.
- Some places only accept cash as payment.
- Highly recommended if you like spicy food.
I’ve introduced five must-go Indonesian restaurants in Sydney!
I’ll be posting more information about Australia in the future, so stay tuned.
Thank you for reading to the end!