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Very nice staff, great food (spicy!) and pleasant atmosphere. Recommended!
The restaurant offers good value delicious food and drinks. The atmosphere feels very friendly and the staff treat you as part of the family.
Amazing food, great price friendly staff felt welcome every time
It's a great place to have a family dinner together.
I come here on Marina O’Loughlin’s recommendation https://www.theguardian.com/profile/marina-oloughlin and long held memories of my 2001 Malaysian elective. It is indeed, after a sweltering tube ride, near-impossible to find. It’s friendly and smells good, though visually nearly as unprepossessing inside as out. Scruffy, but clean. The ice lemon tea is homemade and comes in a sundae glass. Very quenching. Soft shell crab is superlative in salt and pepper. I feel clever just being here, as though I discovered it myself. Nasi Lemak has all its elements: coconut rice, sambal, hard boiled egg, peanut, cucumber, a chicken curry and ikan bilis. It’s all present and correct but does not quite recapture the strangeness of my UH, KL breakfasts. After a litre of ice tea and full to the brim with umami, the bill is only just over £20.
We wanted to haveva quick lunch and were pleased that we came here. The price is very reasonable and overall restaurant is clean. Service is prompt and quick. Our starter of roti canai was perfect, not oily and fluffy, satay chicken was good with excellent peanut sauce. Our mains of fried noodle - char kway teow was exactly what we need. We enjoyed our desert of sago gula Melaka. Overall we will come again to try the dishes. This is where we will come for authentic malaysian food.
Food was delicious. Authentic Malay dishes with just the right flavours. We went there yesyerday and had set menu C which was good value for money. Comes with spiced fried chicken, gado gado, king prawn sambal, beef rendang, egg fried rice followed by banana fritters and the tarik. We tried the roti canai and ais kacang. Delicious. Highly recommend if you're looking for authentic Malay cuisine.
It was agreat a experience. The hospitality was excellent. Given the fact that it is the fasting month, the choice of food available for the buffet service for iftar was more than the bargain price. The food was delicious. The food selection could add soup or salad (sambal belacan) as improvement
Great food. Overall. Prawns were so tender and juicy in the sambal udang petai and laksa. The sambal was fiery and sweet and the same time. Rendang needed a bit more depth but the beef was so tender. Laksa was very coconutty which is Singapore style but I prefer it with a bit more spice. Would go back though!
The food was decent and appropriately valued (excpr the sof shell crab was too expensive) but the service was very slow, the decor was a old and felt a bit dirty over all - the walls needed a lick of paint, the glasses and crockery felt it needed a good scrub and the plating was not pretty at all. A our group came in soon after we ordered and we were make to wait for 45mins for food. We couldnt get hold of during that time and we had no apologies.