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Authentic Malaysian food . Service is so so but at least you get some good value. Nasi Lemak and Penang Prawn are delighted, by London's standard.
Dumpling soup and noodle dishes are great.
This place was packed. The portions are very generous. I had the chili crab and it was MASSIVE! Very tasty and really messy. Don't order it if you're having a business meeting or are on a date ;)
If you know what REAL nasi lemak tastes like, don't order it here! Nothing like the real thing at all. See pic for evidence!
dessert is good. but rude waitresses. will only be returning for the bubur cha cha
The best chicken curry with roti Channa outside of Malaysia / Singapore.
Nyonya Cuisine in London !!! How great ~ don't expect it taste like Malay style , it's Nyonya . c'mon
The nasi lemak here is more like chinese/baba nyonya style and not the malay style.
Apparently tap water isn't available. Hmm...
Good char kuey teow.
The roti is a must!
Authentic tasting char kway teow and roti. Good lunchtime fix of Malaysian. Staff aren't rude, just nonchalant. I'll be back to try other dishes.
Must have crispy roti canai and sautéed samba prawns!!!
It's not bad, and fairly authentic, though I have had better in other restaurants with more variety. This place is quite affordable though.
As a Malaysian Malay n love Chinese Malaysian food, try the Char Kuey Teow n Chicken Rice. Halal too
Great food. Better than C&R (in our opinion) in certain departments.
Good quality food and good portion. Efficient service as well!
The laksa is beautifully presented but terribly disappointing. The soup is half decent, but it's a mystery why there are mint leaves included. They added nothing except a strange aftertaste.
Can't get enough of the ladies fingers in sambal
teh tarik, roti, and nasi lemak not as cheap as hawker markets in Singapore but pretty good food for London
If you're a fan of morning glory (behave!) be prepared to pay the price! My friends adored the roti here and the chicken dishes are big and filling. Food comes out as its ready.
Great food n reasonable priced. The ice kacang is to die for.
Laska is very good. Spicy!!
If you're craving noodles, do not order the Satay Bee Hoon ("special of the week"). It's just a plate of vermicelli noodles swimming in sweet satay sauce with hardly any seafood in it.
Horrible service, workers are not polite & the food is overrated...
Your taste buds will thank you
I'd avoid the nasi goreng due to the blandness taste of the rice..chicken satay and keropok was ok I guess
Very nice food
Great place for fried noodle!
The curry laksa was good 👍 and the teh tarik.
The food is quite good but the shrimp dish in the 'hot' section in the back if the menu was very small.
Pearl tea is great!
Impatient staff and poor vegetarian food. They literally just pulled the meat out of dish.
Good Rendang Rice and Nasi Lemak. Good service. Don't expect too much. It's just nice, worth to come if you miss Malaysian food. Quite authentic :)
Upstairs and downstairs seating. Gets busy. Go the roti canai and tangy Assam fish curry = yum in your tum. Beware - the soya milk is freshly made so has a strong bean taste which some may not like.
Try the Asian Vegetables With Dried Shrimp - Adore!!!
Try the Malaysian Fish Curry - With beef ran dang in the background. Our new favorite place.
Try the Hainanese Chicken Rice
The chicken rendang is really nice, and a decent portion. The nasi lemak though, not so much. Reminds me of Madam Kwan's with less taste and less sauce. Overall pretty good place though.
Cant feel n taste d originality of Malaysian cuisines, poor service.
Good food at a reasonable price! I'm no expert on Malay cuisine, but was nice and spicy (not too hot, just flavoured well) well presented plate. Very quick service, they are casual, not rude.
Zero customer service. Minimum charge £6 per person. Rubbish!!
Got food poisoning from here, avoid the Har Mee
nasi goreng is great! and the background music is by jay chow!
Kick-ass black coffee...
Try the 'Curry Laksa' pretty good and filling.
Oleholeh kak gio!