REVIEW: Fresh Chomp in Kilburn, Adelaide

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Fresh Chomp Churchill Shopping Centre Kilburn Review Pan Mee
Fresh Chomp
Due to its name, I had thought 
"Oh! A burger place!"
However outside, there was a board with their specials written on it

Nasi Lemak
Pan Mee

Being Malaysians, and considering how hard it is to find authentic Malaysian food that actually tastes like it does back home?
Reading those words, they made us curious enough to want to try it out.

Fresh Chomp Churchill Shopping Centre Kilburn Review
The shop owners, Angeline and John (husband&wife) introduced themselves. 
They're Malaysian too.
They didn't have that many mains on the menu, but that's a good thing for me because I always have trouble choosing!
They serve Nasi Lemak, Pan Mee, Laksa, and Teh Tarik amongst other things.
I ordered the Pan Mee (one of my favourites back home) and a cup of Teh Tarik while Lewis got the Nasi Lemak

Fresh Chomp Churchill Shopping Centre Kilburn Review Pan Mee
 Pan Mee ($8.50)
For those of you who don't know what this is, it's a Malaysian dish.
It consists of simple flour-based noodles, anchovy broth, minced meat (usually pork), crispy fried anchovies and some vegetables.

When it arrived at our table, I was ecstatic! 
The noodles were the hand-pulled flat ones and not the long thin flat ones.

Fresh Chomp Churchill Shopping Centre Kilburn Review Hand-Pulled Flat Noodles
Hand-Pulled Noodles
Fresh Chomp Churchill Shopping Centre Kilburn Review Hand-Pulled Flat Noodles
Long Flat Noodles
The Pan Mee tasted so so so good. So much like the ones back home!

Fresh Chomp Churchill Shopping Centre Kilburn Review Sambal Fried Anchovy
It also came with extra fried anchovies (my favourite!) and sambal. 

Fresh Chomp Churchill Shopping Centre Kilburn Review Nasi Lemak Rendang Chicken
Nasi Lemak ($8.50)
This is a Malay dish where the rice is cooked in coconut milk and pandan leaves. It is often serves with sambal, fried crispy anchovies, toasted peanuts and cucumber. This Nasi Lemak also had rendang chicken and an egg to top it off as well!

Guys, this nasi lemak was so good, then even after I had finished my pan mee, I ate whatever Lewis couldn't finish. 
And the portions were massive! Especially for that price?

SO WORTH IT!

After we had finished our food, Angeline and John came to our table and started a conversation.
They were so friendly and so inviting.
They explained that the shop was meant to be a Cafe serving sandwiches, pies, etc.
But then Malaysian customers came in requesting Malaysian food and that's when they decided to serve food from home as well
We lost track of time and ended up being there for maybe more than 2 hours!
But we didn't mind. 
It's always nice to meet and talk to people from home.

Talking about how much we missed home, Angeline was so sweet and offered Lewis a small cup of Teh Tarik.

Fresh Chomp Churchill Shopping Centre Kilburn Review Teh Tarik Pulled Milk Tea Malaysian
Teh Tarik
Also known as Malaysian pulled milk tea. It is a brew of black tea mixed with condensed/evaporated milk poured from a height to create a sweet, frothy drink.

Fresh Chomp Churchill Shopping Centre Kilburn Review Teh Tarik
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Angeline also offered to let us try their Kaya Butter Toast as well.
& of course, it tasted so so good as well!
I didn't get any pictures of it unfortunately, because it was so good I ate it pretty quickly.

I highly highly recommend this place for Malaysian food.
Even if you don't want a main meal, try out their Kaya Butter Toast + Coffee/Tea Deal for only $5
You won't regret it!

Definitely going to be one of their regulars!

Fresh Chomp Churchill Shopping Centre Kilburn Review
Shop F04 Churchill Centre
Adelaide, SA 5084

 Opening Hours:
Mon - Wed, Friday 9.00am - 5.30pm
Thursday 9.00am - 9.00pm
Saturday 9.00am - 5.00pm
Sunday 11.00am - 5.00pm

Phone:
0424 086 592

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27 comments

  1. Audrey , I know them personally . Their requirement on food is high , rest assured they will provide you fantastic food ;) cheers

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  2. Yes I completely agree because every time I go, their food never fails to amaze me. It tastes so much like home! :)

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  3. The nasi lemak looks so delicious. I can imagine the taste by viewing your photo. Haha

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    1. Haha it really does taste like the ones back home!

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  4. Really yummy food, by the looks from your photos! I was quite skeptical about its taste at first but am glad to read that you enjoyed your meal. HEHEHE

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    1. Yeah that's how we feel whenever we see "Malaysian Food" in Australia, but this honestly tasted so great!

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  5. wow love the teh tarik pic here I missed to drink it.wanna go try the food if can.

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    1. Thanks! If you ever come to adelaide, then check them out!

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  6. Nice place to hv Malaysuan food. Will find my way there at my next trip to Australia.

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    1. Yes it is! Sounds good ;) You'll love it!

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  7. Hand pulled noodles definitely a yumyum!

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    1. Yeah! My favourite compared to the other kind ;)

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  8. The nasi lemak look so delicious! Will visit soon.

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  9. wow... nice MALAYSIAN food... now i know where to try it out when in Churchill Shopping Centre...

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    1. Yup :) You'll definitely love the food!

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  10. woww..the nasi lemak..i will definitely go for it =P makes me so hungry XD

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    1. Hahahah go for it! I usually go for the Pan Mee :D

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  11. Thanks for the tips, can go there have our Malaysian food when visit to Aussie

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  12. Fresh Chomp seems nice. Now I want a cup of teh tarik pls!

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    1. Hahahaha go to their shop, I'm sure they'll be happy to receive your order!

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  13. good place. i'm sure this can help a lot Malaysians to cure their homesickness. the broth does look good!

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    1. YES DEFINITELY. Whenever we miss food from home, we make sure to visit!

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  14. Haha, the nasi lemak looks much better than alot of shops in Malaysia. Love the ambiance too, can feel the australia-ness from the photos

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