Sedap Malaysian Kitchen

JDL Bldg., Manila East Rd., Taytay, Rizal

Sedap Malaysian Kitchen
3.0 Stars

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Business Hours
Open: 12:00p - 9:00p


  • Sunday
    • 12:00p - 9:00p
  • Monday
    • 12:00p - 9:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 12:00p - 9:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 12:00p - 9:00p
  • Thursday
    • 12:00p - 9:00p
  • Friday
    • 12:00p - 9:00p
  • Saturday
    • 12:00p - 9:00p

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Most Recent Reviews

Nievs G.
3.0 Stars

My first time at Sedap and also my first time to try Malaysian cuisine as well! 🇲🇾

And since this is my first Malaysian meal, I couldn't tell confidently if it's authentic. But since I've read that the owner was once an OFW in Malaysia and wanted to bring the flavors of Malaysia here in Rizal, then it must be the real deal Malaysian cuisine.

So anyway, I asked the server about their bestsellers, so I was told that it was Nasi Goreng Pataya Special (₱135). For the beverage, of course I wanted to try Malaysian drinks, so I chose Teh Tarik (₱40).

As for the Nasi Goreng, the servings were really worth the price. For me at least, it can be shared by two persons. The flavorful fried rice was encased in a fried egg. At first, I enjoyed the fried chicken quarter leg. But as I was finishing the chicken, I saw some pinkness -- as I got deeper into the meat, I encountered some more deep red rawness down to the bone. And rawness in a chicken was a no-no to me.

But at least, the rice and especially the sambal made up for the dish's shortcomings. My first time to try sambal -- at first, I was blown away by its heat 🌶🌶🌶 -- as if it went through inside my head! But after that, I started to get myself accustomed to it. Yet I couldn't deny how spicy it was, that I ended up sneezing and even having a terrible runny nose! (Fortunately, they had lots of table napkins).

Despite that, I won't mind! I would still include sambal on my next Malaysian meal. 128513 (Sedap actually sells jars of sambal). I got to like sambal a lot!

The rice was richly flavored, kaya later on mejo mauumay ka rin. Good thing the chicken was blander in comparison.

My Teh Tarik, on the other hand, was a tad too sweet for me. Pero keri pa rin. Good thing it had milk as it could neutralize the spiciness of the sambal. But later on I was taken aback to find a tiny insect 128028 on my Teh Tarik! 128563 But since their electric fan was blowing straight towards me, I surmised that the insect had just flown along with the strong wind and landed on the surface of my half-full drink (when it was just served to me, there wasn't anything foreign on it).

Despite those few inconveniences, it was a good first experience at Sedap. This eatery will definitely bring back your memories of Malaysia, particularly if you have actually been to Malaysia and are missing their food. Prices are unbeatable, to boot.

I still have big hopes for this place (now, the insect landing on my Teh Tarik was not really their fault, but the sight of it made me not to drink it anymore 128513). I'm happy that Sedap's emergence has made Taytay's food scene more interesting, more diverse and more exciting. 128522

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