Kapitan

Chef’s menu

Kaya Toast, Soft boil egg and Kopi-O

Local Delights

  • Ramly Burger $13.95

    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

  • Kaya Toast $6.45

    Malaysian style toast homemade Kaya Extra Kaya - $1.00

  • Malaysian bbq pork jerky sandwich $9.95

    Malaysian style sandwich with BBQ pork jerky (bak kwa), pork floss and house special sauce

  • Maggie Soup/Goreng with Egg $5.95

    Malaysian favorite breakfast and supper dish. Served with soup or pan fried

  • Soft boil egg - 2 $3.50

    Two half-boiled eggs, house soy sauce, white pepper

  • Nasi Lemak $8.95

    Malaysia's national dish with coconut rice, peanuts, cucumber and hard boiled egg
    Side of Sambal - $0.50
    Choice of

    Rendang Beef
    Rendang Lamb
    Kapitan Chicken
    $18.95
    $18.95
    $16.95

  • Chee Cheong Fun $8.95

    Popular Malaysia breakfast food, steamed rice noodle served with fried fish ball and fish cake

  • Lo Mai Gai $7.95

    Lo mai gai, is a classic dim sum dish served during yum cha. The dim sum classic of steamed sticky rice, chinese sausage, pork and mushroom are irresistible from the moment you unwrap one fresh from the steamer and a chorus of aromas hits your nose.

  • Siu Mai $5.95

    Traditional cantonese-style pork dumping with shrimp - commonly found at dim sum

SHAREABLES

  • (V) Roti – Dhal $7.95

    Classic indian flat bread served with dal curry sauce
    Extra roti - $4.50

  • Murtabak $8.95

    Delicious Javanese style murtabak egg stuffed with savory beef filling

  • Satay Chicken– 3 pcs $7.45

    Chef special chicken skewers marinated with lemongrass and served in homemade peanut sauce

  • Satay Beef – 3 pcs $8.95

    Beef is marinated overnight with spices, skewed to satay and grilled

  • Satay Tofu - 3 pcs $7.45

    Fried crispy tofu with shredded cucumber and beansprout topped with peanut sauce

  • Pie Tee – 3 pcs $8.95

    Crispy Nyonya pastry shells filled with a savory vegetable filling with shrimp. A popular appetizer or snacks in Southeast Asia

  • Inche Kabin Wings $7.25

    Nyonya-style deep fried chicken marinated with over 10 spices and coconut milk

  • Fried Nam Yee Pork Belly $8.95

    Deep fried pork belly cutlets with a kick - marinated with red bean curb (Nam Yee) sauce

  • Oh-Chien $13.95

    Malaysian style oyster omelet with seafood sauce

  • Rojak Merah $8.95

    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

  • Lobak $5.95

    Deep fried five-spice pork roll wrapped in beancurd sheet

  • Otak-Otak $8.95

    Savory whitefish quiche, keffir lime leaves, coconut milk - served with rice

  • Roasted Duck Bun $5.95

    Chef special roasted duck served with bun

  • Vegetarian Duck Bun $3.45

    Chef special vegetarian duck bun

  • Hainanese Chicken Rice Ball – 3 pcs $7.95

    A specialty in Malacca, the rice are served in balls rather than bowls - Steamed Chicken rice shaped into golf ball-sized orbs served with Hainanese chicken

  • Fried Nyonya Tofu – 3 pcs $6.95

    Pan fried crispy tofu served with Nyonya spicy sauce.

  • Fried Fish Ball Skewers – 3 pcs $5.45

    Deep fried fish ball served with house special sauce

  • Fried Shrimp Tempura $7.45
  • Soft Shell Crab $9.95
  • Fried Fish Cake $6.95
Ramly Burger
Ramly Burger
Murtabak
Murtabak
roti and dhal
Roti and Dhal Curry
Chee Cheong Fun

Entrée

SOUP

  • Oxtail Soup $14.95
  • Tom Kha Khai – Chicken $8.95
  • Nyonya Curry Laksa Lemak $16.95

    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.

  • Beef Noodle Soup $15.95

    Made of red braised beef, beef broth, vegetables and Chinese noodles. It exists in various forms throughout East and Southeast Asia

Nyonya Curry Laksa Lemak
Nyonya Curry Laksa Lemak
fried hokkien noodle
Fried Hokkien Noodle
Crab Fried Rice

FRIED NOODLES

  • Mee Siam $14.95

    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 $14.95

    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.

  • Hokkien Char Mee $14.95

    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

  • Homemade Dry Pan Mee $14.95

    Flat hand-pulled to order flour noodles, anchovy broth, fried anchovies, black fungus, spinach, minced pork

FRIED RICE

  • Duck Fried Rice $16.95

    Duck roasted by our Chef in-house, served with fragrant fried rice

  • Lamb Fried Rice - Rack of Lamb $19.95
  • Crab Fried Rice with Soft Shell Crab $19.95
  • (V) Tumeric Fried Rice $15.95

    Savory vegetarian fried rice harnesses the powerful benefits of turmeric with mixed vegetables

DESSERTS

  • Bubur Cha Cha $6.45

    A medley of sweet potatoes, yam (taro), black-eye peas, cooked in a sweet coconut milk base, milk and sugar

  • Kuih $8.00

    Weekly specials - Call to see what's available

  • Cendol $7.55

    Popular Peranakan dessert iced sweet dessert that contains homemade droplets of green rice flour jelly, coconut milk and palm sugar syrup.

DRINKS

chili prawn
Chili Shrimp
Tomato Rice Set
Tomato Rice Set
bubur cha cha
Bubur Cha Cha
Teh Tarik

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