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Posted by Zach on 10/12/2012
Ordered delivery, pleasant on the phone, but it was busy so took a while. Ordered pad thai, but did not get anything close. Was rice-noodle lo mein with some sort of sauce (with fish sauce, and probably sugar) on the side. Go somewhere else
Posted by MG on 05/25/2012
I love their food, it's mostly healthy and looks and taste great.
Posted by ss on 05/04/2012
Great food, huge portions, good value, lovely service. Their coconut rice is my favorite thing on the planet.
Posted by anonymous on 03/29/2012
Ordered from here many times and it was always fine; the last two times the food has been greasy, strange-tasting, and weird looking. Did they switch cooks? The egg rolls we received tonight did not even look like anything from this earth was in them.
Posted by Lisa on 09/25/2011
I love coming here, and am so happy that a friend told me about this place. The prices are very reasonable, and you get a huge portion. I've taken friends here before and they all love it, there's something for everyone as their menu is very broad. My favorite is the kari sayur campur - it always keeps me coming back.
Posted by leslie on 09/04/2011
We just discovered Malaysia Grill tonight on menu pages, decided to try it out because it was close and cheap. We were pleasantly surprised to find a cheaper and better alternative to Saigon Grill. We ordered noodles and dumplings and both were delicious. We'll be ordering from here weekly I'm sure!
Posted by Anonymous on 07/24/2011
This isn't Malaysian food by any stretch of the imagination. Whomever heard of a Beef Rendang with green beans in it? WTF? A Char Kway Teow isn't fried like that; regardless of whether you're frying it Penang-style or Kuala Lumpur-style. And the Poh Piah? With a peanut dipping sauce? Really? Maybe someone's attempt at passing off a Vietnamese or Thai roll as a Poh Piah but nothing like the real Malaysian/Singaporean dish. As someone who was born in Malaysia and who lived there for a significant portion of my life, I know Malaysian food intimately and this ain't it. In fact, it is so far from Malaysian food that anyone who even makes the claim that it's Malaysian food only betrays their glaring ignorance of the cuisine. It's beyond garbage. I hate restaurants that tack on the "exotic-sounding" Malaysian label and try to pass off pseudo knockoffs that taste nothing like the real thing as "authentic."