I have never had Malaysian food before, so a friend and I experimented. For appetizers we had the sampler which included fried tofu, some sort of neat egg thing, and a couple of other items that were flavorful and sort of unkown to me. Just grab the chopsticks and dig in!
For dinner we had the mango shrimp and the curried chicken. The curried chicken was boring, bland, and a huge disappointment. However, with one bite of the mango shrimp and all was forgiven. It arrived in two hollowed-out mango halves, large succulant shrimp tossed among shreds of mango, in a golden orangey red sauce. The taste was heavenly. The shrimp was tender (cooked Asian rare rather than American rubber)and the flavor was sweet and sour and spicy all at once.
We also drank their non-alcoholic coconut drink -- ricey and sweet and very refreshing with the spicey food -- and tasted Malaysian beer. It was quite good.
This is a great restaurant with great food and terrific ambiance in the heart of one of the great cities.