Add:1124 Beijing Rd W.
Cuisine: Malaysian fusion
Ambience: Around the corner of Shaanxi Road N. and Beijing Road is this seemingly small diner. The interior is decorated in chic, contemporary style and has ample seating for small groups.
Through the back is a charming outdoor patios perfect for the summers, and another back room full of couch seating and a glass roof.
Who to invite: A date, groups of friends, business associates, people who love fusion or seafood
Pros: Contemporary Malaysian classics, with unique added flavors, make for some excellent meals. It provides an intimate dining but also has seating areas that can be arranged to suit diners.
The menu is extensive, with a large seafood selection. The restaurant has a unique twist on the classic Malaysian dish, kway teow noodles, by adding extra ingredients like seafood. Portions are large, service is friendly.
Cons: For people who love traditional Malaysian meals, some of the fusion twists may be unwelcome.
Recommended: The chicken curry is large, well presented and delicious. The Mee Goreng noodles are tasty and filled with bean sprouts, shrimp and other ingredients.
Don't order: The kway teow noodles were tasty but contained Chinese sausage and cuttlefish paste flavoring that may not appeal to all diners.
Drinks: Beer, cocktails, wine, Malaysian white coffee, soft drinks
Cost: 246 yuan for three people with drinks and desert