Lazy Suzie is a new Malaysian Eatery at Stanley St in Darlinghurst where they specialized in Malaysian cuisine. Lazy Suzie is under the same management as Devon Cafe. So I was pretty stoked to try out what's on their menu.
We went there on a Sunday and thankfully since it's pretty new, there wasn't any queue when we arrived. Waiting for the mains to arrive, we ordered this Matcha Fondant which was quite dense for me but rich in Matcha flavour and most importantly. it wasn't too sweet.
Also bought the Cronuts which I thought would be better if they can slightly heat it up ;P But we still manage to finidh everything off ...
Le Le Let me intoduce you to the awesomeeee Char Kwe Tiau I've had so far in Sydney. It may not taste or look like the usual thing that many places in Sydney have but this one is the closest taste that I can find to the one we have back homeee ~~ Even though the price can be too overly through the roof for a fried rice noodle dish, but it's totally worth your money! They got a choice of $17 or $25 (with extra servings of seafood) like the pic below. The wok taste is there, the chewy delicious noodle is justtt noms!
Lam Mee - Traditional Birthday Noodle. Noodles soup serve with pork broth, Omelette and Sambal Prawn. The soup is on the subtle prawn-y side, if you're not familiar with the taste, it may taste bland especially after eating the sharp Char kwe tiau. It wasn't the fave of mt friends, but I actually don't mind it :)
Anddd.... what we all be waiting forrr.. ABC shaved ice! Shaved Blue pea flower ice, Bubur cha cha and Taro Ice cream! It's not only the pretty colour of the photogenic dessert, it actually tasted amazeballs! It can be again exxy for $14 for such a small dessert, but oh god its soo worth it! :) In loveeee so much with this icy dessert!