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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.

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