Nam is laidback and charmingly rustic. The menu, however, is anything but, what with its intriguing array of fusion cuisine.
While the menu offers both local and Western fare, diners should go for the house specialities, namely the Nyonya dishes.
• Most representative of this is the Nyonya laksa, yellow noodles cooked in a curry coconut-based soup with prawns and chicken, and topped with red peppers, spring onion and shredded egg.
• No less impressive is the Nyonya-style fried rice, which brings together the beloved flavours of Malaysian cuisine in a single dish.
• The Thai-style chicken salad topped with macadamia nuts and drizzled with a zesty citrus dressing is delightfully refreshing and will suit small eaters.