Very authentic taste but waayy overpriced; tiny portion size inauthentic (judging by places I've eaten in China). Each satay skewer has two half-inch bits of meat; an order of ten such (goat) skewers costs $23.00. Coffee-tea tasty. Nasi Lemak Bungkus is about half a standard single-serving rice bowl's worth, didn't taste of coconut, with a few peanuts and crisp anchovies and *half* a boiled egg. Otak-Otak Nyonya must have had the fish ground up inside; it's a 4" ball of paste in a leaf with a strong lemongrass flavor. Crab toast is literally served on top of a piece of Asian-style toast (3/4" thick slice of square white bread done to almost the level of my toaster's "1" setting). We ordered another ten chicken skewers, spooned up all the extra satay sauce from the bowl, and still left hungry. Nice service. Cool decor.
Not worth the money. Beef satay is chewy and $3 per stick. Chicken satay is better. Nasi lemak $10 and doesn't has any meat, not enough coconut milk and uses low quality rice, in Malaysia you can get for 50 cents (RM2) and taste better. Otak-otak is nothing like in Malaysia. Roti kaya (bread) $3 is easy to make. Kopi you can buy from oriental store and cost way less than $4.50
Southeast asian is always my favorite. And this place makes such good food. All the dish portion are kinda small which is great because we can order more dishes on the menu. Also BYOB. Will come back more often to try all the dishes. Parking is awful tho as you can imagine.
If you a looking for a great casual BYO for a group or a date night look no further. The food and service are amazing and the prices are very reasonable! Usually not a long wait to be seated, even at 8pm on a Saturday. Highly recommend.
yummy new dining experience - glad i checked it out. a good opt for vegetarian diners or diner w/ food restrictions. menu is well labeled with dietary needs and the server made a point to make suggestions of how the kitchen can made modifications to certain dishes to accommodate my vegan friend; in fact, it encouraged us to order more than we initially had planned, since there was flexibility. love trying new types of cuisine & i really appreciate new types of asian cuisine emerging on the food scene. food is flavorful; i can't say it is a "must-go" experience, but definitely good flavors and good atmosphere. slightly upscale, in that the dishes are small, tapas style with modern plating - but still a casual environment; open kitchen towards the back.
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