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Nelson @ Restoran Malaysia: We went to this restaurant with Kitty's family and ordered food family style, even though most dishes are intended for individuals.
I ordered the top one, Rendang Minang - Daging (Beef): An Indonesian Classic! Cooked slowly over low fire in a sauce of coconut, galangal, lemon grass, turmeric and numerous spices till tender. It was so spicy! Almost uncomfortably spicy, but not quite, so it good (for me). The meat was extremely tender and was just so soft. I stole some white rice from another dish (below) to eat the meat with. It was an excellent dish.
The next is a pad thai. Pretty standard with chicken and shrimp and lot's of crushed peanuts. It was done well.
The next dish is fried noodles with egg and chicken (I don't know the name and can't pick it out from the menu). I don't remember how this dish tasted, but most dishes here were good and I don't think this was any different.
The next one is Singapore Chicken Rice: Steamed chicken served with steamed rice cooked in chicken broth and homemade chili sauce. The chicken was pretty plain because it was steamed. It really had to go with the chili sauce (behind the broth in the picture) as the broth was fairly plain as well. This wasn't a great dish. I stole the rice from here for the first dish above.
The second last dish pictured is Nonya Mee Siam: Stir fried rice vermicelli with ground spices, vegetables, egg, tofu and shrimp. I'm not a big fan of vermicelli, so I didn't enjoy this one that much.
The last dish is Indonesian Nasi Goring: Specialty fried rice with chicken, shrimp, vegetables, egg and topped with a fried egg and shrimp chips. The shrimp chips were nice and thick. The rest of this dish was quite good.
A good variety of foods here and although I don't know how authentic the dishes are, I do know it is fairly cheap ($10-$12 a dish) and tastes good! I would go back here again if I'm in the area.
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