Tamarind Springs

Malaysia Tatler Best Restaurants - - Indo-Chinese -

WHY GO

Ex­pe­ri­ence a calm, zen-like am­biance with warm light­ing and Bud­dha-themed stat­ues as you savour ex­quis­ite In­doChi­nese cui­sine.

WHAT TO OR­DER

Start the meal with Lao­tian grilled beef and lemon­grass salad, a very spicy but tasty dish with gen­er­ous por­tion­ing. The slight sting from the fish sauce en­hances the flavours of the ten­der beef, onions and lemon­grass. Highly rec­om­mended if you like spicy food.

The Ph­nom Penh style Wagyu beef loc lak with lime and black pep­per is a slightly zesty and pep­pery beef dish that goes very well with rice. It is a tasty of­fer­ing that pairs well with the stir-fried spinach and gar­lic dish, with the veg­eta­bles pro­vid­ing a gar­licky crunch to com­ple­ment the sump­tu­ous beef dish.

The crispy deep-fried jun­gle ferns, a plat­ter made up of egg­plant mush­room and ladies fin­gers, is also de­light­fully crunchy and tasty. With an ac­com­pa­ny­ing spe­cial green sauce, this de­li­cious of­fer­ing is en­hanced.

The crispy deep-fried soft shell crab in Tamarind Spring’s spicy sauce is also highly rec­om­mended, a per­fectly fried tasty shell­fish in an equally ap­petis­ing sauce that pairs well with the other dishes.

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