Geprek In Sydney

Andrew Nguyen
12th Jan 2024

Geprek In Sydney initially captured the stomachs of bystanders with their Indonesian Smashed Fried Chicken at their market stall at the Burwood Night Markets. However, did you know they now have a permanent shop at Level 1 inside Burwood Chinatown?

The Indonesian Smashed Fried Chicken here provides well-marinaded chicken with the flavours of coconut milk, turmeric, lemongrass, and other ingredients running throughout the meat. At the first bite, the dredge is crispy. As a result of the Indonesian Fried Chicken being smashed with a mortar and pestle, it creates texture throughout the rice bowl when you take a spoonful of your particular order.

Sambal Matah has become one of my favourite Sambals to have in any Indonesian meal. It is a Balinese raw Sambal brimming with diced chillies that has seeds and all along with raw garlic, lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves and shallots which are roughly smashed in a mortar and pestle with a neutral flavoured oil.

Having the Sambal Matah with Geprek In Sydney‘s Indonesian Smashed Fried Chicken and white rice is an aromatic flavour bomb with a good amount of heat to it that really elevates this Rice Bowl at Geprek In Sydney to another level.