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Map & Directions 5918 Eighth Ave.
Brooklyn, NY 11220
  • Malaysian
  • Daily 11am-11pm
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Takeout
  • None
  • Not Necessary, Accepted
  • No Parking


Village Voice's Description

This Sino-Malaysian café on the southern edge of Sunset Park's Chinatown excels at the usual Malaysian snacks, including curried chicken roti canai, peanut-swabbed satays, and steaming bowls of hot and sour asam laksa soup. But why not follow its Chinese bent by ordering Hainanese chicken, a recipe from an island off the south coast of China poaching a big plump bird in pork broth. No rice cooked in the broth accompanies the bird, as per the original recipe-alas! Also worth encountering is the big hunk of stingray smeared with chile paste.

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  • Debbie L. on 11/16/12

    My home away from home (in terms of food). Whenever I'm in Brooklyn, I head here for comfort food that reminds me of Malaysia. Curry chicken is so yummy, and their homemade tofu is a sure win.

  • Wafie A. on 09/24/11

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