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The comfy in­te­ri­ors of this all-day din­ing es­tab­lish­ment of­fer a good respite for city dwellers to sam­ple a wide va­ri­ety of Asian cui­sine in.

A win­ning start comes in the form of raja sa­tay, as the clas­sic chicken and beef combo skew­ers taste au­then­tic and de­li­cious with its peanut sauce mir­ror­ing those found at good sa­tay joints. A hearty med­ley of spices and flavours burst forth from the sup ekor berem­pah, with ten­der chunks of ox­tail and fried shal­lots swim­ming in a ro­bust broth.

Can­tonese noo­dles, a com­mon dish in KL, and steamed black cod served with rice re­sem­ble the main dishes we sam­pled on this visit. The fish is cooked well as the meat is fresh, flaky and ten­der. The noo­dle dish could be bet­ter as it is lack­ing in ‘wok hei’ – the ‘breath of the wok’ re­quired in Chi­nese stir-fries to make it work.

A de­cent way to end the meal is with the flour­less choco­late cake – it tastes good and of­fers some­thing dif­fer­ent from tra­di­tional flour-made cakes. Of note is the crowd favourite week­end buf­fet that the restau­rant of­fers, which has a great ar­ray of food span­ning many dif­fer­ent cuisines.

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