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  • Malaysian, Thai
  • 224 W 104th St, New York NY10025 40.799407 -73.967781
  • (Btwn Broadway & Amsterdam Ave)
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  • (212) 579-1333
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User Ratings (Based on 60 reviews)

Food 4.1 Value 4.3
Service 3.9 Atmosphere 3.1

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 579-1333
(212) 579-8388
(212) 579-5411
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Order From Malaysia Grill for delivery & takeout
Free Delivery ($10 Min Over 10 Blocks, $20 Min Over 20 Blocks, $30 Min Over 30 Blocks) Visa, MC, AmEx, DC ($10 Min)
Daily: 11am-12am
Lunch, Dinner
Delivery, Online Ordering, Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch Special, Take Out, Catering
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User Reviews

  • Malaysia Grill

    Posted by Anonymous on 04/08/2006

    I'll pass next time

    walked by many times and finally decided to give this place a try...next time I'll continue walking to someplace else. Roti Canai was a very small portion. My noodle sauce dish surprisingly too bland and I needed too much soy sauce to try an inject some flavor. Also stingy on the shrimp and vegetables included in the dish. Only saving grace is that it is quite affordable. Not worth a return trip in my opinion - quite boring/bland food for malaysian.

  • Malaysia Grill

    Posted by Anonymous on 04/07/2006

    Best General Tso's Tofu in the world!

    They batter dip and fry the tofu for this dish which gives it a great texture and taste and the sauce is the perfect taste and consistancy- alot of other restaurants do the sauce too runny. Ty the coconut rice and ginger iced tea also. My favorite restaurant in NYC

  • Malaysia Grill

    Posted by misterio on 02/26/2006

    Best Lemon-Grass pork chop in the world

    They have the best lemon-grass pork chop in the world. It is deep fried but appears as if it was deep fried in some other substance (not oil) b/c its not oily. Its very juicy and mouth watering as you bite into the very tender piece of meat. The side of duck sauce (very different from the one you get at a chinese restaurant) is excellent and adds just a heavenly flavor to it. Every other plate that i have tried has been out of this world.

  • Malaysia Grill

    Posted by Lynn on 07/10/2005

    Excellent Standby

    When I don't know what I want, I get the seafood tom yum soup. Always good.

  • Malaysia Grill

    Posted by Winechick on 06/26/2005

    Love it

    Best orange beef in NYC. Awesome chicken soup too. My girlfriend's favorite neighborhood spot.

  • Malaysia Grill

    Posted by Anonymous on 06/15/2005


    Out of the world food. Just heavenly. And quantity is also awesome. Try the Sa cha chicken and the dumplings. The chicken was so soft and well marinated, simply lip smacking. A must try for eat in also. Big space, not too crowded, very casual. Most enjoyable!

  • Malaysia Grill

    Posted by Disappointed on 97 St. on 03/18/2005

    Never Again

    Read the online reviews on this one and impressed with them, took a leap of faith to branch out into new territory only to be sadly disappointed. Pad Thai did not taste Thai and was a brimming mass of starchy noodles with no taste except old oil. Beef Rendang was just ok. Potatoes accompanying beef were not well-cooked which leads me to doubt the dish was slow cooked. You can do much better than this one, but I regret to say, not on the west side since even Saigon Grill has gone downhill since its expansion. P.S. Never, never order Pad Thai from a non-Thai restaurant.

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