|Coconut Crispy Jumbo Prawns - $23.95|
|Homemade Roti Canai - $4.50 - Comes with curried chicken dipping sauce|
Both the roti and the chicken curry were delicious. The curry was rich, and the roti was oily as fuck (in a good way (for your mouth if not your heart)).
|Penang Pad Thai - $8.95 - with shrimp, tofu, basil leaves, bean sprouts and ground peanuts|
I loved having all the bean sprouts and not too many noodles. Especially when sharing it, it meant I could make my portion into a lowish carb affair.
|Seafood soup with bean curd - $6.95|
|Seaweed and/or some kind of shoots in a sauteed salad.|
|I don't know. Something with eggplant, onions and scallions. It tasted great.|
|Fuck if I know. I wasn't going to push how annoyingly inquisitive I was at this kind of dining occasion.|
Everything at this place was delicious, it's a quite large space, the bathrooms were nice, and the menu is full of stuff I want to try*. Mmm... my fingers still smelled of fish sauce the morning after.
*Just a few examples:
-Fish head soup with rice noodles - $7.50 - "Deep fried fish heads served with carnation milk broth" - You're really not curious about this?!
-Bak Kut Teh - $11.95 or $15.95 for medium or large - "Chinese herb with pig feet, stomach, rib and fatty pork" - Who's with me?
-Nasi Lemak - $7.95 - "Coconut rice flavored with cloves and screwpine leaves. Served with chili anchovy curry chicken and hard boiled eggs." - Okay this just sounds delicious. I'm going back here asap.