Had lunch there with friends and colleagues yesterday and I am really impressed. The original restaurant was called the Apollo and it was inside a small convenience store and could only seat 8 people. Now, they have moved to a slightly bigger location just in front of the Mansion House. The chef is from Malaysia and he is married to a Filipina. I got to say, it was like being transported back to those Asian cities that I have visited but in cooler weather. We ordered the sit fry okra, which was really good. We also had the fried grouper with sweet and sour sauce, which was also good. The highlight for me was the tom young goong. It had the perfect blend of sourness and spiciness which really made the meal complete. I usually avoid eating too much rice but had to succumb to the temptation. Really loved the food here. The place is a bit pricey but it beats buying a plane ticket just to taste the foods of Asia. By the way, they don't compromise on the ingredients, they didn't offer the curries because the ingredients have not arrived. I would say that it was really a great dining experience.
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