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Best Value: Wood paneling and painted bamboo shoots give this Malaysian restaurant an authentic feel, one that is fully born out in the menu. Guests are faced with a combination of exotic and familiar dishes. The seafood lo mein is a particularly benign dish when compared to the crispy pork intestines. However, never fear! The helpful servers will steer you towards (or away) from certain dishes if you ask, and they are well-versed in what sits well with first-time patrons, so heed their advice. While many dishes are tasty and will leave you already planning your return trip, some may out you off when first tasting them, so ease in gently. Once indoctrinated, you're ready for anything.

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Local Expert Sharon Rigney Says:

Best Value: "Make it a point to try the homemade roti canal, as patrons have declared it simply delicious."

Recommended as Best Value Because: This tasty Malasian cuisine eatery is great for groups and offers a plethora of tasty choices to please all palates.

Our Menu

Appetizers
Fried Noodles
Noodle in Soup
Casseroles
Soup
Rice Dishes
Sizzling Platers
Pork
Poultry & Beef
Seafood
Vegetables
Side Orders
Beverages & Desserts

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