Ramly Burger, one of the many sinful but blissful streetfood sold in the neighbourhoods in Malaysia. Tomato, Cucumber, Angus Beef Pattie, Wrapped in Egg Omelet
Malaysian style toast homemade Kaya Extra Kaya - $1.00
Malaysian style sandwich with BBQ pork jerky (bak kwa), pork floss and house special sauce
Malaysian favorite breakfast and supper dish. Served with soup or pan fried
Two half-boiled eggs, house soy sauce, white pepper
Malaysia's national dish with coconut rice, peanuts, cucumber and hard boiled egg
Side of Sambal - $0.50
Curry Potato Chicken
Popular Malaysia breakfast food, steamed rice noodle served with fried fish ball and vegetarian duck
Traditional cantonese-style pork dumping with shrimp - commonly found at dim sum
Classic indian flat bread served with dal curry sauce
Extra roti - $4.50
Delicious Javanese style murtabak egg stuffed with savory beef filling
Chef special chicken skewers marinated with lemongrass and served in homemade peanut sauce
Beef is marinated overnight with spices, skewed to satay and grilled
Fried crispy tofu with shredded cucumber and beansprout topped with peanut sauce
Crispy Nyonya pastry shells filled with a savory vegetable filling with shrimp. A popular appetizer or snacks in Southeast Asia
Nyonya-style deep fried chicken marinated with over 10 spices and coconut milk
Deep fried pork belly cutlets with a kick - marinated with red bean curb (Nam Yee) sauce
Malaysian style oyster omelet with seafood sauce
The word ‘Rojak’ (pronounced ‘Ro-jah-k’) is a word held very close to the heart of every Malaysian. In its literal sense, it is a mélange of crunchy fruits and vegetables, coated in sweet, salty, sour, crunchy and spicy peanut sauce
Deep fried five-spice pork roll wrapped in beancurd sheet
Savory whitefish quiche, keffir lime leaves, coconut milk
Chef special roasted duck served with bun
Chef special vegetarian duck bun
Pan fried crispy tofu served with Nyonya spicy sauce.
Deep fried fish ball served with house special sauce
Home made pork stickers—steamed
Home made pork stickers—pan fried
World famous Singapore Chili Crab stir-fried with ginger, garlic, shallots and chilies in a thick, sweet and savory egg and tomato sauce. Despite its name, the dish is not very spicy. Served with fried buns
Our take on Chili Shrimp, stir-fried with ginger, garlic, shallots and chilies in a thick, sweet and savory egg and tomato sauce. Despite its name, the dish is not very spicy. Our adaptation of Singapore famous Chili Crab but made with Shrimp. Served with fried buns
Tasty steamed shrimp topped with garlic and vermicelli
Aromatic shrimp cooked homemade Sambal sauce. Choice of
|Spicy Bean Sauce
Shallots, Fried Onion Sauce
Fish, shrimp, okra, cabbage, long bean, pineapple
Served with Beef Rendang, Sambal Shrimp, Kapitan Chicken
Turmeric rice or Nasi kuning is a popular rice dish in Southeast Asia, especially in the Southeast Asia regions. The rich golden yellow color is perfect to celebrate special occasion such as birthday, wedding, baby shower, etc.
Roasted chicken rice is a favorite among the locals in Malaysia and Singapore. The meat is juicy while the crispy golden-brown skin is smooth and tender with a light hint of sweetness. A delicious dish to have at any time of the day.
Poached chicken in chicken broth served with chicken rice —dark soy sauce, chili sauce, ginger sauce, soy sauce
Kapitan chicken (Ayam Kapitan in Malay) is truly a Malaysian curry, the amalgamation of the diverse array of Malay, Chinese and Indian eating culture.
Rich and tender coconut, beef chunks, Lemongrass
Rich and tender coconut, lamb chunks, Lemongrass
Cap or chap means a mixture of everything. Chye or chai means vegetables in general. So it is a mixed vegetable dish with Napa Cabbage, Mushrooms and fungi, fried beancurd skin in a lovely savory sauce
Laksa is a spicy noodle soup popular in the Peranakan cuisine of Southeast Asia. Laksa consists of thick rice noodle with chicken, shrimp, fishball and fish cake served in rich curry coconut milk.
Made of red braised beef, beef broth, vegetables and Chinese noodles. It exists in various forms throughout East and Southeast Asia
Mee Siam is a stir-fried rice vermicelli popular for breakfast, lunch or dinner. In Singapore and Malaysia, Mee Siam is often served at special events. Garnished with shredded omelette, chicken, scallions and lime wedges which make every mouthful a delight to savor.
Koay Teow Mee is a commonly known food term locally which translates to flat rice noodles and yellow noodles packed with beansprouts, fish cake, shrimp. Unlike the char kway teow, this homecooked version is more down to earth, healthier and more subtle yet tasty on a different note.
Stir-fried dark noodles commonly found in Kuala Lumpur, the capital city of Malaysia, famous for the dark, fragrant sauce that the noodles are braised in. Comes with vegetables, chicken, shrimp
Duck roasted by our Chef in-house, served with fragrant fried rice
Savory vegetarian fried rice harnesses the powerful benefits of turmeric with mixed vegetables
A medley of sweet potatoes, yam (taro), black-eye peas, cooked in a sweet coconut milk base, milk and sugar
Weekly specials - Call to see what's available
Popular Peranakan dessert iced sweet dessert that contains homemade droplets of green rice flour jelly, coconut milk and palm sugar syrup.
Authentic Malaysia’s own specialty coffee. Twice roasted with sugar and margarine using Robusta beans with a sweet aroma