I've been to Malay Village before so I already knew what to expect. The portions of the food are generous and very authentic. My friend, who is from Malaysia, quite enjoyed it and said it was almost as good as the food in Malaysia. We did not order any spicy dishes as I can't handle spicy food :P
Malay Village has outdoor and indoor seating. The outdoor seating has a view of the kitchen where the roti is made. It is very impressive how they make the roti- throwing it up in the air and spinning it on one finger, I know for sure if I tried I would drop it.
We ordered quite a lot since we had two very big eaters with us. After a long time deciding we ending up ordering; Roti Canai (the original Mamak Roti), Roti Telur (roti filled with egg), Pandan Chicken, Penang Duck Egg Char Kaoy Teow, Nasi Lemak Istimewa and Oh Chien (more info below).
The service is also really good, I always get served by this one waitress and she's really friendly, helpful and patient :) So overall I'm very satisfied with the service.
We were charged a 10% surcharge since it was a public holiday (Queen's Birthday).
Roti Telur | Roti filled with egg | $6.50
Roti Canai | The original Mamak roti | $5.50
Pandan Chicken | Chicken wrapped in pandan leaf | $6.00
Oh Chien | Finely battered omelette studded with juicy oysters- Favourite Malaysian hawker's dish | $16.80
Penang Duck Egg Char Kaoy Teow | Work fried flat rice noodles with spicy chilli sauce, prawns, duck egg, chives and crunchy bean sprout | $15.90
Nasi Lemak Istimewa | Fragrant coconut rice, served with egg, anchovy, peanuts and cucumber | $14.90
Mamak Village opening at UNSW! :D we're all going to get fat..... but don't worry we'll burn it off by walking up and down the main walkway :P