Malaya Kitchen Asian Fusion
The food was really good and served really hot. The roti was too crispy, it should have been soft, but it could have just been overheated. I recommend the malay roll, it was very tasty. The dessert was good and I would definitely have it again, it looks weird in picture but its very satisfying.
I got it to-go & it was hot and fresh. I was actually baffled at how good it tasted. The broth bursted with flavor & the noodles had two different sizes which made the texture fun. I will say they didnt include any silverware or napkins so be sure to ask or grab it on the way out.
This is like a family restaurant -all dishes are large portion with reasonable price. Crispy Duck like Peking Duck, served with green onion, cucumber and wraps. The sauce is authentic, though the wraps are too thick. Hainan Chickenmy fav dish here! Healthy, flavorful and served with secret sauce. Roti Canaiis the appetizer, tastes good. The sauce is watery, would be better if its thicker.
Roti telur was good although I would have loved it if the bread could be a bit more flavorful. I agree with other reviewers that this appetizer tasted bland and the sauce should be thicker. Nonetheless, I enjoyed what I ordered. The thing that elevated my review to 4 stars is the belacan! Very strong shrimp smell and goes well with the white rice.
Honestly, dont get appetizers there frozen then heated but I really liked the sweet and sour chicken we got: spring rolls crab Rangoon sweet tea sweet and sour chicken and sesame chicken the sweet tea is awesome cause its not overly sweet and surprisingly not those over sweeten teas, we also got egg fried rice which was dry so not recommended oh and the sweet and sour chicken looks really red but I recommend it, totally: 48.88 we paid 50 plus a 10 dollar tip we may come back! (Other person ordered water just fyi)