A Malaysian-inspired restaurant and bar on Stanley Street in Darlinghurst, Lazy Suzie has only been open for a few weeks, but has already become one of my favorite eateries in town. The fact that I went twice in two weeks is pretty solid proof. What can I say, chef Zacharay Tan rarely disappoints!
To celebrate my dear friend Philsosofly‘s birthday, Isaac, Angela, Johnny, Ravi and I headed to Lazy Suzie for brunch today. We ordered everything on the menu apart from the Malaysian vegetarian curry. Everything was just downright delicious.
Good food, good company, good laughs; what more can one ask for on a Saturday morning?
Pie Tee – Pastry cup filled with braised shitake, yam bean & freshly picked crab meat
Lobster Thermidor Spring Roll
Raw kingsfish with torch ginger flower, coconut, yam bean
Kaya Toast – Brioche, coconut custard, slow cooked eggs with soy burnt butter
Chicken Congee with crispy skin, slow egg, ginger & shallot
Roti B.E.L.T. – Bacon, egg, lettuce, tomato, sambal mayo
Penang Char Koay Teow – Stir fired noodles with seafood
Penang Char Koay Teow – Stir fired noodles with seafood (Premium)
Auntie Jenny’s Roti Baby – Spiced pork mince in fried bread, fried eggs
ABC – Shaved blue pea flower ice, burbur cha cha, taro ice cream
The legendary ABC in the making
I’ll take two, thanks!