The restaurant boasts an array of typical Malaysian and Chinese fare but not so typical taste. It is a far cry from the tasty delicacies found in Malaysia. We had char Koay teow, some dim sims, curry laksa, spring roll and scallop. Of all these only the spring roll and scallop was good - it was plated well and tasted good. Despite the waiter's recommendations, the char Koay teow was terrible in terms of plating and taste and the curry laksa tasted like it was made from paste. Polite Feedback was given to the waiter after the meal but was met with a frown and a look of disbelief. It has a nice ambiance though but does not do justice on the exorbitant price. For your typical Malaysian and chinese fare, I would recommend nearby jade kingdom which has a wider selection and much better taste at a fraction of the cost.
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