I was from malaysia and have the opportunity to try Malaysian food while in Bay Area. We ordered cendol, roti canai, satay and char koey teaw. The food is above average. Not closed to what I have in Malaysia.
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Loving the décor as always, very nice touch of home away from home. Fulfilled my char kuey teow craving (again!) and they make pretty good ones here, best served with their (hot!) sambal sauce, with a side of Malaysian ice tea ("teh ais"), and fried...More
I'd rate them a 0 if that was possible. This was our first time and the food was mediocre at best. We had the Roti Canai, Sarang Mango Chicken, Egg Chow Fun, and Chicken Rendang. The Roti Canai was the best dish. It's fried dough...More
Did take out. The restaurant is a bit rundown on the outside, but small and quaint inside. Tried the roti, satay, sizzling beef, garlic kangkung, garlic eggplant. We enjoyed the sizzling beef and garlic eggplant which were both flavored well. The satay was tender and...More
Had the assam laksa & kari mee (curry noodle soup). If you can have the freshest chicken, freshly ground spices, fish, cockles, it would be just like home cooking in Malaysia. Short of that this is the next best thing. Delicious, economical, attentive service. Will...More
A small and very popular restaurant... dishes are Malaysian, Asian, Singaporean, Pan Asian, Fusion food at its best. Early arrival for dinner on the weekends is advised to avoid the wait. (5:30-6:00 PM) Service is good and the food is varied and tasty. We have...More
If you're wondering where all the MSG is since so many restaurants have stopped using it, wonder no more, it's at Layang Layang. Everything we ordered had it. If you decide to go anyway, which I don't know why anyone would with so many other...More
The place is small, so often there's a long line. Pretty good food, Roti Canai sauce and price is better than all other Malaysian restaurants in the area. Pad Tai is good, Seafood in Taro nest and princess tofu are good, the mee/noodles are so-so.