The cafe is located at Regent Place Town Hall, just near George Street Cinemas. The hungry passerby may be drawn to the cafe by the neon signboards and brightly lit hawker style old school setup. The menu features many favourites including Hainan Chicken Rice, Laksa and Nasi Lemak with various side dishes. Less conventional dishes include Horlick ribs and cereal prawns, which are definitely worth trying.
The Assam Laksa was definitely worth the trip. For those who are not familiar with this dish, it is a sour tamarind flavoured fish noodle soup topped with shrimp paste. There was just enough fish, pineapple, chilli, shredded cucumber, onion and sourness which made you feel like you were sitting in Malaysia and having this huge bowl of goodness.
Sedap also serves a wide variety of drinks including your standard Teh-c (milk tea) and Ipoh coffee, as well as the less conventional barley with grass jelly. Those who still have room for dessert would be excited to learn that Sedap makes ice kacang. If you're in the city and craving some authentic Malaysian food, this cafe should be on your list to visit.