Malaysia Makanan offers a menu resembling that of Little Singapore. Additionally, there are many other shared dishes in the form of a single select protein or vegetable in your choice of sauce, several of which are inspired from Thai and Peranakan cuisines. There is also a daily lunch specials menu with dishes starting from approx. $9.
Miss food hunter was looking for some warmth on this rainy day and opted for the Chicken Hor Fun soup. Hor Fun are wide flat rice noodles and there were plenty of these slippery noodles topped with numerous tender chicken chunks. I initially thought that this may be the infamous Ipoh Hor Fun but this reminded me more of home cooked food. The soup base was light, simple with the subtle taste of fried onions and msg ( i was really thirsty after). If you are looking for something to excite your palate, this is perhaps Not the dish to order!
Miss food hunter asked for fresh red chillies but there were none, so the lady asked if sambal was alright? My eyes lit and replied "Well of Course YES" ! The sambal was used as a side dip for the tender morsels of chicken, which would otherwise be rather bland on its own. The sambal is most likely made in house, it was fragrant and not too spicy with a touch of sweetness. We gather the taste of dried shrimp in it.
The Malaysia Curry Laksa looks to be very popular amongst the other diners. That would have to be tried the next time around!
Shop 17 Kameruka Village
51 Kameruka street
Opens monday to sunday 11am to 230pm
sunday to wednesday 430 pm to 930pm
thursday to saturday 430pm to 10pm