Started our meal with nice enough cocktails and our first starter was really delicious pancakes Daging Bungkus Kukus, minced meat & herbs wrapped within a layer of pancake & coconut gravy. The pancakes were very lights and provided for a great start to the meal.
We followed with the Kerutup Daging which was a very nice beef curry which we finished without problem.
The Ayama Masak Kuzi was not as enjoyable (we do prefer the Thai curries) but nice enough. We certainly thought the place was very nice and the food enjoyable.
Many Malaysians would baulk at the idea to pay 32 MYR for a main course when the street fare is only a small portion of this. Hence the restaurant is very popular with foreigners who constitute the majority of the customers.
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