Update 26-May-2009: This restaurant had been reported on Urbanspoon as closed.
Coarse rice for food, water to drink, and the bended arm for a pillow – happiness may be enjoyed even in these.
After six years, we still crave good old Malaysian food. We tried to locate the Cafe De Light restaurant this weekend but for some reason we just can’t find it. Oh well, we were pretty hungry and just picked the Singapore Restaurant which is located along the same street, Broadway.
We’ve been to this place once before.
The parking was plentiful seeing that it was a weekend. The restaurant was quite empty too. The owner of the restaurant told us that they get very busy on weekdays but is slow on weekends. I can understand that seeing that Broadway lies smack between office buildings.
The owner was from Indonesia, looks like Chinese Indonesian to us. He told us he came over 28 years ago and has since owned this restaurant. I find that amazing because I always thought that restaurants that lasts so many years are rare.
We were not particularly adventurous and stuck with the normal Malaysian fare. We chose from the “lunch special” menu where the price of each dish ranges from $5 to $6.
The total bill, including taxes and tips, came up to $22. Not a bad meal. Recommended if you have never tried this restaurant before. Good value for money, if you ask me.
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also, from the comments you’ve written in your review, i’d think that this place would be NOT recommended 😉
this restaurant does serve some really tasty dishes…try these…
rojak – tropical salad with shrimp paste, peanuts and deep fried bread
ikan chili padas – fish wrapped in banana leaves, served with sambal sauce & coconut milk
singapore egg plant – served with spicy dried shrimp and sambal sauce