Malaysian food and fantastic service await you at Sedap Place, a restaurant that offers authentic dining in East Victoria Park. Suitable for first timers to the cuisine as well as old pros, this Albany Highway restaurant is inviting to all, and is ideal for the whole family. Whatever you order, you’re in for a treat at Sedap Place in Perth. Book your table now.
With a name like “sedap” (Malay for “delicious”), you can bank on finding authentic and great-tasting Malaysian cuisine at Sedap Place. Situated along the Albany Highway in East Victoria Park, this eastern Perth restaurant prides itself on showcasing complex and robust flavours in its popular dishes such as the traditional laksa and beef rendang.
Try shareable dishes like the nasi lemak for two with four dishes of your choice, or the delightful crispy and savoury roti telur which goes amazingly well with the in-house curry. In true Malaysian style, you’ll have to wash it all down with the sweet and refreshing blend of three-layer milk tea. If you’re new to the cuisine, the colourful menu with pictures at Sedap Place will help you figure out what to order, and there are plenty of vegetarian options for diners who like their food meat-free. One visit to Sedap Place and you’ll see why this restaurant is such a well-loved spot among Perth’s Malaysian community, but just remember to reserve ahead of your visit to snag the best seats.
I have tried many Malay restaurants in Perth, and found this place to have the most authentic tasting food. Service was also very friendly and efficient.
Food was fantastic,we didn't wait long for food to arrive,staff's was very friendly, service was excellent.We enjoyed the night. Will recommend this place to anyone who loves Nasi Lemak and other staff in the menu.
It's the second time dining at Sedap with friends. The quality of the food and service is very good and maintained. Prices are reasonably priced. Will definitely go back.
Excellent Malaysian food! This place has the best nasi lemak and roti canai in town. I have been there twice in a week now, and that’s how good it is.
It was our first visit at Sedap, all 5 of us loved it. Vegetarian options and true Malay flavours. The food, service and ambience all exceeded our expectations. The head lady waitress who served us was warm and welcoming. We ordered the nasi lemak to share, char koay teow (wok flavoured) and my favourite was the hot the tarik, rich strong tea not made from packaged 3 in 1. Will be back to try their 2 cylinder teh tarik good for 6-8 people $18.90. Wanted to order for the 4 of us but the waitress said we wont be able to sleep if we drank it all.
This was our second visit in as many weeks for our family of four. The food on both occasions was delicious but I do find that the service is lacking considerably. It is difficult to get eye contact with any of the waiters/waitresses to take our order, top up our water, etc. On this visit, our beef rendang came out and proceeded to go cold while we waited for our roti to be delivered to the table (we could see it at the servery but no-one brought it over). Needless to say it was also cold by the time it reached us and somewhat soggy. We managed to eventually raise a waitress to get it reheated...meanwhile the beef rendang continued to lose heat. We will return as the food is generally amazing and great value; fingers crossed the service improves (perhaps an extra set of hands would help).
Beef rendang is really good and so is the Goreng cabbage. Portions are generous all round and the only reason I gave a 5 was because we asked for 1 coconut rice and 2 jasmine rice. When the first rice got delivered, we asked what type it was and the waitress said fragrant rice. I repeated our order and she then said it is the jasmine. Then 2 more rice arrived and I asked what they are and a different waitress said it was jasmine. I said we are still waiting for 1 coconut, and only need 2 jasmine. They don't even know what type of rice they are serving!
I grew up till my teens in Malaysia, eating a lot of the dishes that Sedap Place sell. I tried their Nasi Lemak, Roti Telur Bawang and Teh Tarik. I found that whatever flavour was present wasn't what I remembered from my time in Malaysia. In fact, most of the dishes, including curries and dhal were flavourless. The exceptions were the rendang (which though flavourful, was not the traditional "dry" style), roti (freshly made, which is rare to find in Perth) and fried chicken. Even the teh tarik wasn't the right flavour - and was rather bland. The service was good and portion sizes were large (too large - I'd prefer smaller servings with lower prices).
Service is okay. I was expecting the service to be better. It was my first time there, instead of bringing us to the table, one of the staff just pointed (using the menu or something) where we should sit. Which we were confused for a bit. So it was a really bad first impression. Although the rest of the staff were really nice and friendly. I know it's good to have different combo for the nasi lemak so that it would be your signature dish. But I wish the combination could have been better. The achar and the brown thing (with ginger in it I think) were just off for me. It was sour and sweet. Were we meant to mix everything all together with the rice? Which I don't get it. Loved the rendang beef though :)
Overall great experience with the food and service. That was our second visit to Sedap Place. We will definitely return to try other dishes, especially the ice kacang and cedol which we were told will be on the menu from Nov.