There were so many choices, I didnt know what to order, ranging from Philipino, Indonesian to Sing Malay.
So I ordered the Nasi Pandeng, a mixture of Pendang chicken, Rendang beef and rice.
When it came, the rice was in the middle of the plate surrounded by a wide variety of sides and the mains. It contained peanuts and anchovies, coconut flat green beans, tofu, Rendang beef, pendang chicken (drumstick).
The set included a pudding, and drink all for $60.
Everything was great, but I would prefer nicer plates, to get rid of that feeling of eating in a HK style cafe.