Chatswood Eats

The Chatswood Interchange may not be your first choice, to come to mind when eating out, but with its exciting new dining precinct, perhaps you should reconsider!

In the latest offering from the Ho Jiak group, Ahma by Ho Jiak offers exciting Malaysian cuisine. ‘Ahma’ is Malaysian for grandma, and Chef Loong’s own grandma is the inspiration for many of the dishes on this exciting menu, most notably Ahma’s signature, handmade Spanish Mackerel fish ball soup. There’s also a nod to Loong’s grandpa with the Assam Nyonya Toothfish Curry, featuring the patriarch’s favourite fish in a tamarind-based sauce. Other stand-outs include Mum’s Caramelised Soy Char Siu Pork Belly, and the Wok Fried King Prawns with Dried Sarawak Black Pepper Curry. There’s also a bar delivering some fantastic, Asian-inspired cocktails.


At Chatswood Interchange, you can easily ‘switch’ from savoury to sweet! And for the ultimate, decadent dessert, best shared with friends or family or that special someone, make sure you ‘swing’ into Gram Cafe & Pancakes. These original, souffle pancakes, developed in Japan are light, fluffy and delicious! In keeping with tradition, many of the ingredients are imported from Japan, as well as many of the accompaniments including a range of delicious and refreshing gelato flavours, such as Black Sesame, Cherry Blossom and Matcha ice cream. And if you’re running late for your train, don’t fret, as there are take-away packs available too!



Amah by Ho Jiak, Chatswood

Gram Café & Pancakes, Chatswood