This is one place I would visit for a good hot pot of GOAT. A good remedy for a cold spring but somehow seems like winter is here to stay. Just me n my Friend. We ordered a pot priced @ $55 with two additional...More
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I didn't mind this restaurant but wouldn't go again. The service was reasonably prompt. I though the food was a bit ordinary, but I'm not an expert on Malaysian food. I didn't particularly like my meal.
Walked in and had a yummy quick, fresh meal. No problem to make a dish for me without foods I'm allergic to and quick service so we got to the movie without rushing.
The last time I visited this joint was 3 years ago. How time flies. Today's, with my Favourite couple. I decided we visit red hot wok. My other Favourite restaurant along the same street is pacific seafood. The calamari with salt n pepper wasn't bad....More
A truly surprising gem of a Malaysian Dinner that will surprise even the visiting or resident Malaysian....I was!!! You will definitely visit more than twice to sample more! Booking is advised for dinner quests.
Heard that there was a good Malaysian place in this location, and other Tripadvisor reviews would suggest it is this restaurant. However, the roti (canai) tasted like it was warmed from frozen (like you buy in Asian supermarkets), though was surprisingly reasonable. We had the...More
Whilst this small, bustling and friendly place has a range of great dishes e.g. curry laksa, chilli crabs, beef rendang, nothing is as satisfying for me as a plate of hot white rice with this awesome okra dish.Take my word.
Went there with family, unfortunately were seated next to a table of 10 raucous guys drinking beer. Tables are laminated fake wood and very simple decor. Staff were friendly and food timely. Ordered a mix if dishes including, San choi bau, spring rolls which were...More