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Singapore Malaysian Restaurant

Pia R. | Aug 4, 200103:22 AM

First, I would like to gratefully acknowledge Limster's excellent recommendation. (Okay, I have to agree that it would not be difficult to get better food in Singapore, but these are desperate times for souls in need of proper Singaporean nourishment.)

My husband, a Frenchman who loves Singaporean food as much as I do, scarfed most of the roti between 2 breaths. And, with my mom, the three of us demolished a platter of popiah (3 pieces), roti with curry sauce, an entire fried chicken, 3 orders of coconut rice, kangkong blachan, and beef rendang. The portions are generous, the service is very helpful, and the prices are reasonble.

The roti could have been fluffier, but it was sufficiently crisp and layered, and the curry sauce was very good.

The popiah were simple, but tasty. The fried chicken was a bit dry, but certainly a nice change from the heavily crusted fast-food type. Only the rendang was a bit disappointing-- somewhat tough and with a thin reddish sauce.

We will certainly be back. Thank you, Limster!

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