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Rize BBQ Chinese Restaurant

11:00 - 15:00, 17:00 - 21:00
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    Order between $1 and $50 Bonus FREE 1 x BONUS Free Prawn Crackers on ALL Orders!!

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  • Family Pack
    • 1 x Prawn Crackers
    • 1 x Spring Roll (meat 2 pcs)
    • 1 x Steam Dim Sim (2 pcs)
    • 1 x Chicken Sweet Corn Soup (2 serves)
    • 1 x Beef with Mongolian Sauce
    • 1 x Deep Fried Pork with Sweet and Sour Sauce
    • 1 x Special Fried Rice


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Chow kwei teow is one of the national dishes of Malaysia. The cuisine of Malaysia has been adjusted by nearby countries over the years, and this dish is a great example of that synthesis. Moreover, this dish is still being updated; while the classic recipe functions well for local labourers, modern variants needed to be altered for Australian tastes [and dietary sensibilities]. As a whole, chow kwei teow uses coconut, flat rice noodles, eggs, fishcake and Chinese sausage for a calorically intense dish. Australian versions skip the more energy dense ingredients for a leaner and cleaner dish that's still packed with flavour.
What Takeaway Chow Kwei Teow Can I Order Online?
Chow kwei teow may be eaten from Malaysian takeaway. Here it may be possible to find the dish prepared just as it is in Malaysia, but for health reasons, modern chow kwei teow often skips animal fats for lighter oils. Modern Malaysian foods have combined regional Malaysian techniques with Indian and Chinese influences, and the latter have actually remixed chow kwei teow again. Chinese restaurants offer it with an increased reliance on ingredients like Chinese five spice mix, hoisin sauce and soy sauce as the predominant flavours.
The most authentically Malaysian reproductions serve chow kwei teow on banana leaves. Absent in the most traditional of chow kwei teow, eggs have become a standard in the dish.

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Rize BBQ Chinese Restaurant

Overall 8.3 |  Food 9  |  Value 8  |  Speed 8

Great food,u won't regret it, best Chinese food I've had in longtime

robert - December 2017
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