Keropok - prawn crackers
Nasi lemak - Fragrant coconut rice with egg,anchovy and peanut garnish
King prawn sambal - Prawns fried in a rich sweet spicy gravy
Beef Rendang - Fragrant and spicy slow cooked dry meat curry
Nyonya fried chicken -some say ours taste so good it should be called 'ganja fried chicken!' :)
Kangkung belachan - Greens fried with spicy fermented shrimp paste
Nyonya kuih - Sticky and sweet cakes in the Straits Chinese tradition
Teh tarik - Old school tea-chinos!
This event is BYOB
£30 + £2.10 booking fee
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My first attendance at a supper club and all I can say is that the bar has now been set and it is very high. The food was authentic, there was plenty of it, and the price was fair for what we got. I could probably end the review right here. There were some minor glitches - the beef rendang failed to show up at our table until the hosts were reminded and I thought some of the food should have arrived hotter but overall, a pretty amazing experience. Goreng Pisang did not end up being served but the Ais Kachang was a more than acceptable alternative. My initial reservation was that £28 was a lot to pay for a home-cooked meal but at the end of the afternoon, I had to concede that we probably got more than our money's worth. I particularly enjoyed the friendly and relaxed atmosphere at the meal, which really reminded me of eating at a social occasion back in Singapore.
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