Popular Auckland eatery Sri Mahkota has opened its third restaurant on Symonds Street in the Auckland CBD.
Sri Mahkota owner Han Chin brings a sublime Malaysian food experience to Aucklanders – specialty dishes include Malaysian Fried Tofu, Fish Noodle Soup, and Salt & Pepper Squid, together with ubiquitous Malaysian dishes such as satay, rendang and char kway teow.
Chin’s favourite though is the Nestum Prawns – succulent prawns in an egg and oat coating.
Malaysian cuisine is a melting pot of flavours – a blend of Malay, Chinese and Indian food traditions with Thai, Portuguese and Middle Eastern influences.
The new restaurant is at the top of Symonds Street – 207 Symonds Street, Newton Auckland, (09) 302 3038. Sri Mahkota’s other two restaurants are located in East Tamaki and Epsom.
Sri Mahkota is a member of the Malaysia Kitchen Programme for NZ – a year-long campaign initiated by the Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (MATRADE) to educate consumers about Malaysian cuisine and to encourage trial.
For more information on the Malaysia Kitchen Programme, please visit http://www.malaysiakitchen.my/