What: Very modern Malaysian restaurant housed in a glass building right on the river Liffey.
Prices: Average for Dublin restaurants. Main courses between €16 and €22 (see sample of menu below). Veggie options are cheaper. Starters €5-7.
Vegetarian menu: Crispy pancake with dipping sauce (starter) €7, veggie soup €4.50, clay pot noodles (main course) €13, mixed veg with tofu and rice (main course) €13, mixed veg with noodles (main course) €13. They also seemed willing to adapt meat dishes for vegetarians.
Drinks: Sparkling water, soft drinks, wine and some others.
Service: Attentive and friendly.
Comfortable? Yes. The tables are big and sturdy, as are the chairs, which even have arms. One side of the restaurant is right on the Liffey and affords a great view of the water.
Was the food good? Yes. The sauces accompanying the veggie starters are impressive. The main courses are also quite tasty. The portions are very generous. Dublin Reviewer has never been tempted to have dessert here, though.
Toilets: There seems to be only one toilet for everybody and that could have done with a mop.
My advice to the chef: Keep up the good work.
My advice to the manager: None.
Overall: Good Malaysian food in a calm and comfortable restaurant overlooking the water. Dublin Reviewer recommends this establishment.
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