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Sentosa

Map & Directions 39-07 Prince St.
Flushing, NY 11354
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718-886-6331
  • Malaysian
  • Daily 11am-11:30pm
  • cash
  • Delivery, Private Party, Takeout
  • Dinner, Lunch
  • Beer/Wine
  • Not Necessary, Accepted
  • No Parking

Description

Village Voice's Description

This former Manhattan Malaysian disappeared a couple of years ago, only to reappear on a glittering restaurant strip in Flushing. For the edification of its Chinese patrons, the menu has added Cantonese and Thai to its bulging expanse, but stick with the Malaysian stuff and you'll have a delightful meal. Recommended are the nonya clam casserole, kangkung (water spinach) smeared with salty belacan, Sino-Indian noodles like mee goreng, and of course, the signature roti canai, featuring a small serving of curry and the most flaky pancake you've ever tasted.

 
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  • Betty B. on 05/08/10

    Roti for appetizer is good, thai iced tea good, hainese chicken good (white meat gives u more than dark meat)

  • Cynthia C. on 09/23/11

    Thai iced tea - decent

  • Yu Chang K. on 03/19/11

    This place is the shizznitz

  • Florence on 03/19/11

    This place got a B rating!!! :(

  • G. Carlo on 12/26/10

    Bring Cash...no credit cards accepted. Excellent food, sizzling beef is top notch.

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  • Forsaken

    It's common enough to see friends forsake their Manhattan digs, only to reappear in Brooklyn or Queens—but a restaurant? But that was the case not... More on Sentosa »

 
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