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Posted by Darren on 07/13/2013
Forget Flushing or anywhere else around NYC; the best Malaysian and Indonesian food is at Sanur. Get the curry shrimp with rice, for the cheapest best-tasting curry dish you will ever have. They have great authentic roti canai, too (handmade roti, not the frozen discs you get at some places). This unassuming little hole in the wall has two entrances: Enter at street level, and you will find a super-cheap steam table full of options (such as curry chicken), where at lunchtime you can get three items over rice for only $4.50(!!!). Enter just to the right of there to go down a steep flight of stairs to the dining room, where you can order off the menu. Sanur is my go-to restaurant in Chinatown.
Posted by carol loo hoh on 06/29/2010
The worst malaysia food ever had. Have to pay more but get less food. Never ever go bach to this restaurant
Posted by Anonymous on 02/23/2010
I love this restaurant. I was born and bred in Singapore, and this is the only restaurant in town that does the dishes RIGHT. The Laksa is so similar to the Laksa from home, and that is quiet a feat. The waiters were all very quick and food came out instantly. And I love the homey feel. It's definitely a hole in the wall, and that's what I love. Not pretentious, just good food. I always bring groups of friends here to experience a little of my culture.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/31/2009
Had a very frustrating experience the last time I went and will make it a point never to give them another cent. I ordered a relatively simple fried noodle dish, then waited for nearly an hour while I watched several large and small groups come in, order, and be served multiple courses. The wait staff repeatedly walked by my table, made eye contact, and saw me sitting there without food. I never like to hassle the wait staff or be pushy, although I should have said something. I finally went to the register and told my waitress that I was going to leave. At that point, she said the cook had simply forgotten to make my dish. I was friendly from the start, but this was either sloppy or intentionally rude service. Regardless, I'll never be back again.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/19/2009
They know me by name here. I am there every weekend. Yes, It is my home food away from home. Best in Town. Anyone want to challenge their Mee Goreng? Impossible. Gaduh-gaduh is the best. Most M'Sian of all - ABC. That's right Air Batu Campur. Not the original best, but darn close to it being that we don't make Gula Melaka in Brooklyn.
Posted by B on 04/08/2009
Been there a couple of times, and not once did it disappoint. You could say that if you're Malaysian and craving a bit of a taste from home, this is most probably one of the better spots to hit. Plus it's cheap! thank god for that! Discovered that they had kangkung belacan there, was over the moon, i think it's called On-choy in special sauce or something like that. Don't expect to dine in a fancy schmancy restaurant, it's really basic. That aside, food is good, value for money, close to the authenticity of Malaysia.
Posted by I wont eat here again on 10/14/2008
I got my 4 orders of Roti Canai delivered and they had not one piece of chicken..just 4 pieces of potato. and the curry wasn't good!