Since its opening late last year, this place had always been really packed. We took advantage of the quiet times just after new year and finally managed to get a seat without having to wait.
The food was pretty good and quite authentic. Nasi Lemak was good and so was the chicken satay though I found it a bit sweet. The peanut dipping sauce was simply great! Murtabak was disappointing though and cendol was really too expensive ($6) for what it's worth.
Overall a decent Malaysian restaurant. The street food like roti canai is really their best sellers. The quality of the dhall and other curries can be improved.
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