Mamak to pop-up at Barangaroo

24 November, 2015 by
Aoife Boothroyd

One of Sydney’s most famous Malaysian street-food eateries, Mamak will join the Barangaroo Wulugul Pop Up this November.

The pop-up will run for a seven day period from 25th November where Mamak will be serving its signature Malaysian hawker-style dishes such as Indian inspired rotis and curries, satay chicken served with spicy peanut sauce and Nasi Lemak, a traditional coconut rice dish served with chicken.

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I am looking forward to bringing the flavours of Malaysian street food to the innovative concept that is the Wulugul Pop Up on The Streets of Barangaroo,” says co-founder Julian Lee. “I hope many more Sydney siders will fall in love with what Mamak and Malaysian food has to offer.”

The Wulugul Pop-Up is a semi-permanent structure located in Sydney’s Barangaroo, overlooking Sydney Harbour. In addition to Mamak, the pop-up will feature the likes of RivaReno Gelato and Melbourne’s Belle’s Hot Chicken who will be tenants in the area for a nine month period.

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The Belle’s Sydney menu will showcase a smaller offering to Fitzroy’s menu, with alcohol replaced with house-made drinks including lemonade, ice teas and kombucha.

Belle’s Hot Chicken will be open seven days a week, eat in and takeaway.

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Bourke Street Bakery, Gelato Messina, Campos Coffee and Toby’s Estate form part of Barangaroo’s food service offering, and other high profile restaurateurs setting up shops at the new precinct include Matt Moran and Rene Redzepi of Noma.