I really enjoyed it here, such great food and friendly staff. Great work
Dinner was a bit patchy here, and as others have noted the menu is far more Sichuan than Malaysian. The laksa in particular was disappointing. Too thin and not as rich in flavour as it should have been. We really enjoyed the Sichuan eggplant and fried noodles though.
This is a great 'no-nonsense' place to dine. It has a selection of Chinese and Malaysian dishes which are very reasonably priced for the amount of food on the platters. Upon arrival we've always been served with some type of traditional tea; either a rice wine, green or a liquorice (which of late we joked it was a COVID19 suppression blend as it was so rich and dark). Their spicy King Prawns are to die for and the steamed dumplings are yummy! Excellent attentive service, no alcohol (but hey - preload) and really good competitive pricing - (For three adults $80 and we waddled out of there!!) Thanks Linda ;-)
Not sure why it is malaysian restaurant. Its menu is 90% Sichuan and 10% Malaysian. Haha ok maybe not that much.
The food is pretty good. The signiture noodles is tasty, the beef was a bit tough due to the type of beef i think.
Char kuay teow was ok, like a chinese version as the flavour was more chinese like. Still nice.
Prices was very reasonable $14 for those dishes and serving size quite big
Also go stir fry lotus root and wood ear fungus.
The rest of the menu did look tasty, lots of sichuan fish and chicken dishes that are large so will be keen to go back with bigger group