Foodies craving for some good old-fashioned Malaysian comfort food in an airy and vibrant environment will find this place oddly familiar yet satisfying.
Precede with the signature nasi ayam istimewa – combining fragrant tri-coloured butter-herb rice with assam prawns, shredded beef rendang, the restaurant’s signature fried chicken drumstick and crowned with a fried egg, this mouthwatering platter definitely lives up to its name.
Another specialty dish is the sizeable dry fried sang har egg noodles. Two succulent freshwater prawns mingle with crispy egg noodles in a savoury, creamy egg gravy with prawn roe. Complement that with the asam prawns, a delicately spicy and sour stir-fried prawn dish which enhances the prawns’ natural sweetness.
Amp up the spice and taste factor with the recommended fish head curry hot pot. Copious amounts of vegetables, tofu pok and fleshy fish parts are to be found in an absolutely divine curry. It is best savoured with white rice.
After all that heat, cool off with the chilled mango and pomelo cream. Resembling mango lassi, this dessert is a fitting end with its creamy yet light and refreshing taste.