The rustic 450-seater is halal certified, features a rich brown color scheme and serves dishes from Indonesia, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam and Malaysia.
Expect signatures such as braised mutton, squid gamelan skewer, crab in coconut sauce and satay. Recipes including rojak, popiah, pie tee and laksa will also be prepared à la minute at special stations, with three options available at the barbecue section: roasted chicken, beef and lamb.
The dessert spread includes Western treats like blueberry tart and chocolate fudge, as well as Asian confections such as nonya kueh and Thai dessert, glutinous rice with mango and coconut cream.
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