Tamarind Springs

Malaysia Tatler Best Restaurants - - Indochinese -

WHY GO

They don’t get much more at­mo­spheric than Tamarind Springs. And while the fare of­fered is re­gional Asian, din­ers pay for the priv­i­lege of eat­ing in a truly ro­man­tic lo­ca­tion.

TATLER TIPS

The menu fea­tures many well-loved dishes, mostly from In­dochina with some Ital­ian desserts ap­pear­ing from an as­so­ci­ated restau­rant lo­cated be­low.

• A mod­er­ately spicy prawn and mango salad pro­vides an ex­cel­lent melange of sweet and sour tastes so typ­i­cal of the re­gion.

• The white cod with co­conut serves up a de­li­cious med­ley of flavours.

• The popular re­gional dessert sta­ple of mango and sticky rice is su­perb as are the cen­dol and sago with ice cream served in a fleshy young co­conut.

Crispy deep-fried soft shell crabs in spicy sauce Grilled lamb ten­der­loin topped with sun-dried pineap­ple sauce

Pan-seared scal­lop tossed with straw­berry

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