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Sassy's Red - Malaysian by Chinta Ria

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by Lydia C. Lee (subscribe)
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Published August 14th 2014
Funky diner from a bygone era
Sassy Red by Chinta Ria Malaysian

Sassy Red by Chinta Ria Malaysian

I'm a sucker for a good rendang, and in Sydney, it can be hard to find. I noticed the funky and inviting Sassy's Red, while wandering through the food court at Westfield in the CBD, and on closer inspection, noticed it was an off shoot of Chinta Ria, Simon Goh's famed restaurant, which could only be a good omen.

I ordered the Beef Rendang and a side special of curry puffs. The Rendang would have been enough, but the special deal on the curry puffs was too good to miss.

The dine in tables remind me of the Paris feel of Shanghai in the twenties, and there's a great ambience considering it's a wall-less food court diner.

Sassy Red by Chinta Ria Malaysian Beef Rendang Curry Puffs

The prices are low, and the food is good, so if you can't afford the time or bill at the indulgent Chinta Ria, then go for a little luxe of a bygone era, takeaway style.

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Why? Good Malaysian Cuisine with a little bit of luxury, without the price tag
When: Monday - Wednesday 10-6.30; Thursday 10am-9pm; Fri-Sat 10-6.30; Sun 10.30-6pm
Phone: 02 8072 8072
Where: 100 Market St, Sydney Level 5 (Westfield)
Cost: Varies but great value
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It is expensive for Malaysian fare
by wwlee (score: 0|2) 2542 days ago
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