Layang Layang is located on De Anza about a block off 85. It features a pretty extensive menu http://www.layanglayang.us/menu.html of Malaysian and Indonesian dishes as well as a few inventions of their own.
The parking in front of the restaurant is available, but generally not sufficient. Luckily, the restaurant is on the corner of De Anza and a residential street where street parking is allowed. The restaurant allows for inside and outside seating, and inside seating does look a bit cramped. The waitress and hostess wear traditional clothing and generally maintain pleasant and friendly atmosphere.
The food selection is pretty good, and the presentation is even better. If you never drank coconut milk off freshly cracked coconut and never ate pineapple rice off the pineapple shell, this is the place to go. Pretty much every dish we ordered was an exercise in design and presentation. The pricing for most of the dinner meals is between $6 and $15. Layang Layang serves Malaysian iced teas and some other exotic drink, including coconut milk served off coconut.