Rich and dry nyonya flavoured chicken curry
Traditional Malaysian curry cooked with toasted coconut
Steamed chicken with ginger, angelica roots, goji berries and soy sauce
Amazing meal as always. Will return again soon..
Our first visit to Ho Jiak and it won’t be our last ! This busy , bustling restaurant served delicious food The beef rendang was worth every cent. Service was spot on and friendly.
Was craving for their duck egg char koay teow but unfortunately they don't have the duck egg. Will need to return again then...
Always great and tasty food! Best to book on weekends as it’s always busy!
Delicious, authentic Malaysian food, able to adjust spice level to taste.
We keep coming back here whenever we feel like malaysian food. Very good meal as always. Will absolutely go back again..
The best chicken rice in town
Feels like you’re in Asia
Satay was good, better than I expected.
Salt egg yolk chicken wings are tasty
Loved the chilli prawns!
The laksa is nice and rich.
Great authentic Malaysian food highly recommended
Good Malaysian food. Rather pricey though
Food are fresh and tasty.
Good Malaysian food
Great food, they recently changed the menu so the variety is not as many as before. having said that, they introduce new menu from time to time, so all good, I suppose
Generous portion and delicious
Great Malaysian food in the heart of China town. Good seating upstairs. The menu offered variety, and from what we had ourselves and saw on other tables worthy of many return visits.
92 Hay St, 2000, Haymarket, Australia
Ho Jiak Haymarket is Sydney’s first Malaysian Nyonya grill, with head chef Junda Khoo at the helm. He modelled his menu on the street food he grew up eating and making alongside his family members in their home kitchen, and the restaurant’s layout reflects these childhood memories. Walk into the ground floor and you’ll feel as if you’ve been transported to the street Khoo grew up on in Penang while the first floor of the restaurant is actually designed to look like his grandmother’s house.
Choose from the likes of creamy, spicy Laksa and al dente egg noodles or opt for the Nyonya grill, with succulent lamb cutlets, chicken and seafood, with chilli sambal sauce for dipping. If you can’t bear to choose from the variety of food on offer, try it all with the tasting menus, starting from $40 per person. There’s even a vegetarian and gluten free menu so no one feels left out.
We can sense there will be an influx of visitors to Penang, Malaysia after people get a taste of how good the area’s home-cooking really is.
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