Pappa don't preach... Err I mean Papparich! Did you know Papparich has opened up another venue in the Sydney CBD on liverpool st? It's a short stroll from World Square if you are craving those Malaysian flavours.
Papparich is a popular Malaysian Chain which has 7 locations across Sydney. I've been to the one in Parramatta and Chatswood but it's my first time at the newly opened Papparich in Sydney CBD. I order a hot milo which goes down well like a treat. Alternatively, you can go for a tasty watermelon juice or a mango mania which is topped with lychees. There's lots of colourful drinks and also coffee blends as well.
My gal pals and I order up a feast to share as we start talking about what's going on in our lives and current affairs. Firstly we start off with the curry laksa with seafood ($15.90) which has a nice chilli hit which subsides. I sip my hot milo when I am first surprised by the slight hit of chilli.
There's also the char kuay teow ($14.90) which is always a favourite of mine. The thin noodles is served up with fish cakes, prawns and egg. I love noodles so I get straight into this dish. Look at that prawn porn.
My friends and I agree that the favourite dish of the night is definitely the dry egg curry noodles with curry chicken ($14.90). My friend nicknamed Tunez says she orders this dish all the time when her bf and her visit the Broadway Papparich. I hadn't tried it before but was pleasantly satisfied from the flavoursome noodles. I recommend.
Also, there's the roti planta ($8.90, below) where the roti is sugary and sweet. While it's nice, I think I prefer the savoury normal roti (above) or the Roti Telur Bawang however the roti planta is a nice change.
If you're dining with a vegetarian as well, there is a great vegetarian option - including the Vegetarian Fried Mee Hoon with curry and egg ($14.90) where there is a meat substitute. My meat eating friends are pleasantly surprised at how edible this dish is.
Price: $15ish per main
Location: 57 Liverpool st, Sydney
Opening Hours: 11am to 10pm Daily
Weekend Food Escapes dined as guests of Bamboo Garden PR. All words, photos and opinions are my own.