The first sight that hits you is the massive Buddha. It's pretty in the low light. Well, I guess it's pretty in any light.
We had a table for six. I liked the colourful, retro-looking bowls and chairs. The restaurant had low lighting and the flash on DSLR was painful for my fellow dining companions so I used it minimally. As such, photos were too dark and not bloggable.
We ordered maybe 5 dishes, I forget which ones because it was a couple of weeks ago now. But these two were my favourite.
Beef Ria - $25.30
Roti Kari - $18.70
The other dishes, that escape my memory, weren't amazing. I guess that's why I don't remember. I think it has a very cosy atmosphere. Food wise, there's probably cheaper and better Malaysian restaurants out there. It's not bad but for the price (note: I'm still looking for work so ... XD) I was expecting some more bang for my buck, so to speak.
I think I'll go back one day to try some other dishes that perhaps are particular to this restaurant, if there are any.
The Buddha though. Amazeballs.
- Find Chinta Ria - The Temple of Love at the Roof Terrace of Cockle Bay Wharf, next to the Pyrmont footbridge entrance, 201 Sussex Street Sydney 2000.