At Woden bus station, between the Christian Bookshop and Westfield entrance (close to JB-Hifi), is a new takeaway with Malaysian food. It seems to be part of the existing Chinese grocery shop.
I’ve had the noodles (promotional price) twice, i.e. it’s quite tasty. It is served in a plastic bowl, with chopsticks and a plastic spork. Being a watery dish, it’s not that easy to carry around in a bag. There are tables and chairs at the site. It’s right along the entry to the Woden Bus Interchange (Bradley Street), i.e there will be buses passing close by, and people walking past.
The curry noodles are not served hot—which would have been nice in winter. More lukewarm. From what I can tell, the bowl contained 2–3 prawns, fried (probably defrosted) tofu, squid, slices of fish cake, half a hard boiled egg, thick and thin noodles. The sambal is optional. The curry is thick, of coconut milk. When drinking the curry, I found the spork useless, and drank from the bowl instead.
I thought the size was just right for a midday meal. It seemed smaller in volume than e.g. the Pho at iPho in Civic, or Vietnam House.
They also have nasi lemak (coconut milk rice), and other types of rice for $8, and other snacks.
There is a Facebook page.