Delicious Malaysian cuisine, influenced by Chinese, nyonya and Thai. Dishes are all tasty but the poerion is getting smaller. Ideal for family dinner.
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Been there once and never returned. There food is so so, the tom yum i had there.... well, let me say there are tom Yummier places out there. i have never returned since. So sorry, even the service can be better. Inattentive waiters and such.
Creative cuisine mingle with local culture plus other asian influence. Waiters are extremely fast and responsive to all orders. Recommend all salty eggs related dishes and creative TOFU serires. A nice decorated restoran good for business or friend gathering.
I have been to this restaurant quite number of times, I call this restaurant as great Asian fusion restaurant but over the years and my few recent trips to this restaurant, I found that it has lost the taste. Portion gone smaller and taste faded,...More
My colleagues and I had our chinese new year dinner here. The portions weren't big so we had to add dishes. The dishes was quite nice. We ordered quite a variety of dishes such as the special tofu, the salted eggplants, kam heong la la,...More
We've been to 1919 for lunch and dinner on multiple occasions. The food is always delicious and I quite enjoy the eclectic look of the place too. There is no wine list, per se, but if you specify your preference of white or red, they...More
We came here after a long hectic meeting and frankly getting here at 6pm plus the traffic is terrible ! But nevertheless , when we arrived , the whole experience was worth the traffic. Food was delicious and the serving portion was good, If only...More
We had a reunion lunch at 1919 restaurant. The dishes we had were fish curry, Philippines eggplant, 1919 special tofu, belacan kangkung, fried salted egg prawn and white rice. All of us had Chinese tea. We would give credit to the Philippines eggplant and the...More
There's no such thing as south east asian cuisine, it's basically what these countries in SEA serves all under one roof. Some dishes are worth ordering, some are not. Generally most dishes are good we just happen to find out some are too sweet or...More
Was there in a weekend evening, the supervisor in-charge explained that 1919 simply represent a Chinese auspicious number as you add up 1 and 9 it become 10. Thus 10 10 means perfect and complete. We ordered quite a number of dishes. The special toufu...More