Sunday, 4 August 2013

Dong Son - Cabramattta - Sydney, Australia (Post 2)

Dong Son

As mentioned in my previous post about Dong Son, I promised to post about their char kway teow and revisited today to give it another try. It's been so long since I've tried their char kway teow as I probably didn't feel like eating it on the day and when I did feel like eating it, the restaurant wasn't open (Closed Wednesday).

Their quality of food and taste standards are pretty consistent and doesn't vary much at all which is probably what has maintained their loyal customer base for many, many years including me. However, portion size of dishes can vary between visits.

The 'Beef Char Kway Teow ($10.00)' is a very decent and huge serving today. The gravy is overfilling to the corner of the plate and the abundance of rice noodles hides beneath.It's the not the typical Malaysian/Singaporean char kway teow but more of a Chinese/Cambodian style take on the dish.

It has the 'wok hei' flavour to it which is also translated as the breath of a wok which does make it a special dish. It consists of thick rice flour noodles, egg, gai lan(Chinese broccoli) and beef. You can also get it stir-fried with seafood, combination or pork. It must be dipped with their house made satay sauce which is delectable.

Do give it a try and see what you think.

44 Park Rd
Cabramatta NSW 2166

Phone: 02 9724 4551

Opening Hours
6am - 9pm Approx
Closed Wednesday


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  1. Love a cheap and cheerful meal in Cabra!

  2. Hey Helen,

    Pretty good food at cheap prices is always good :)