Had a quick dinner at Masak the other night and in general we really like it. The space is nice, kind of rustic meets campaign meets tropics. The wait staff, although somewhat unpolished, was very good and efficient and a very pleasant/friendly guy. The FOH staff we encountered were all very nice.
We started with some quih pie tee, small pastry cups cups filled with different things, the shrimp was really really good, the pull pork was good. Then had crispy lamb tongue which was very different then tongue you would get at the deli, it was very thick pieces and had a crispy coating on it, it was very good eventhough it wasn't what I expected. I then had the pork belly which I liked a lot but the fried black rice that came with it was wonderful. They offer it as a side so get it if it doesn't come with your dish. GF had cauliflower soup, which I tried and liked, not as much as some other versions but it was solid. She then had the Greenmarket Sayur Lodeh which was very good (and vegetarian). No room or time for dessert.
I would recommend if you are in the area and looking for something a little different.