Dinner at a new #Malaysianfood place not too far from home. There's been positive chatter about it from a Malaysian group on FB that I'm part of, and a Singaporean group that wifey is in, so good food must try right?
Got there before 6pm and got one of the last few tables available. Had to sit outside, but they had heaters going so it was fine. The place soon filled up and the queue of waiting diners grew. We ordered: - roast chicken rice with steamed oil rice, $11.90
- Penang har mee (prawn noodle soup), $13.90
- teh tarik
- air limau (lime juice)
The drinks were free as part of their opening promotion - 1 free drink per main meal, valid until 30/6/18. The lime drink was available in hot, even though not listed in the menu.
Food wise we both enjoyed the meals, nice flavours portion size. I wished there was more chicken with my meal (the height in the second photo is deceiving because it's sitting on a heap of bean sprouts), and wifey would have liked her soup to be more intense.
Our drinks came out in about 10 mins, and food about 20. But that was before it got real busy - some people who came later would've waited a good 30+ minutes for theirs.
Service wasn't polished - wait staff bringing food out seem confused about which food goes to which table, we had to ask three times to three different staff before getting an extra bowl for the boy, nobody seemed to know or gave wrong information about how to contact the place for a booking (thinking of bringing the parents here), and (sitting right next to where the queues were) I get the impression their queue management needs refinement... But, I'm coming back again to try more of the menu . #roastchickenrice
#penangharmee #tehtarik #airlimau