My daughter took me to lunch here on my recent visit with her. She and her husband eat here at least once a week, so she could not wait for me to try it. The menu is not large, but every single thing that came out of the kitchen looked wonderful and smelled delicious. Since the appetizers looked so intriguing, we ordered three of them. We started with the roti canai, which is a Malaysian pancake, fried, and served with a curry chicken sauce. This was my least favorite of the appetizers, it is basically a large piece of fried roti bread, though the curry chicken dipping sauce was tasty. Our next appetizer was the homemade crispy tofu, cubes of homemade tofu (which itself is an impressive feat) fried and served with a special sauce. This was my favorite appetizer. The tofu was golden yellow and creamy and delicious, even fried. Our third appetizer, which my daughter swears by, was the pineapple roll. It is a spring roll made with a creamy pineapple filling. It was interesting, well made, but I guess I am just too used to a "regular" spring roll.
I had the Sambal style fish for my main course. The fish was catfish, perfectly cooked, served with crisply cooked vegetables and fried rice. At $7.00, the meal was a bargain. My daughter had her favorite, the Malaysian Curry Noodle soup, which she said she always gets. It is a whole bowl of fresh egg noodles with a coconut curry broth and onions and bean sprouts, and her chosen addition of chicken. Again, for $7.00, this was such a large meal she ended up taking half of it back home.
The owners are present in the restaurant, walking around making sure everything is okay, that your tea is constantly filled, and generally just making you feel welcome. I enjoyed this restaurant and would love to come back again to try some other interesting item on their menu.
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