Sunday, 4 December 2011

SuperDish @ Cabramatta


Cabramatta, also known as Sydney's little Asia is a great place to get some of the best Asian cuisines. A few months ago we took relatives from America to Cabramatta and they loved it, with all the variety of food available and some of the exotic fruits that they couldn't get back home.

SuperDish is a relatively new restaurant to hit the grounds of Cabramatta, from the makers of the famous SuperBowl in China Town. It is a great place to eat for everyone and there will be something on the menu to satisfy your taste buds. 

Fried handmade noodles Shanghainese style in XO chilli sauce $12.50

Preserved egg and lean pork congee $8.50

Salt and Pepper squid 

Raw egg with minced beef congee $8.50

Half roasted duck

Mini Banquet

I have yet to be disappointed in SuperDish, it is a great place to eat, especially when you are in need of warm food. All the different types of congee are a definite crowd pleaser, and the side of fresh hot & crunchy dough sticks make it delectable (keep in mind you may need to ask for the dough sticks). The food is traditional Chinese, and not westernised. 

This meal fed 4 people, to which we had enough for a takeaway meal for one extra person. The end bill ended up being roughly $15-20 per person, with each person being completely satisfied.

Good food, good times!