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Sentosa - Malaysian Rest. in Chinatown ?

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  • Anil Khullar Sep 5, 2000 05:39 PM
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While passing by Allen St. yesterday, I say a
Malay restaurant called Sentosa. Has anyone ventured
into this place ? From the bus (M15) I could not
make out much, it is before the Gas station on the
corner of E-Bwy and Allen.

Thanks in advance, maybe next time I'm in that neighborhood I might drop by.

anil

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    Robert Sietsema

    I like Sentosa a lot. It's Singaporean, been open about a year, and the best dishes are the peanut pancakes, pasembur (a salad that includes shrimp fritters and a bunch of other stuff), and beef rendang, an Indonesian import. I'm surprised you didn't also spot the other Malaysian, Proton Saga, on the same block.

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      Anil Khullar

      Proton Saga must have missed my attention.
      I plan to explore the edges of the neighborhood.

      anil

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        Robert Sietsema

        Don't, whatever you do, miss Spring Boy Fuzhou, about two blocks up Allen on the same side of the street.

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        Chris Armstrong

        Has anyone tried Ipoh, which is at 13 Eldridge Street, a block north of the East Broadway Station of the F train? They look like a Cantonese noodle shop, but they aren't. They're Malaysian.

        I've had some great meals there, and it's very inexpensive.

        -Chris

      3. i've been to sentosa twice since reading this post, and have been alarmed at the apalling service both times.

        sat and sat, ignored. once, i had to walk up to the steam table to ask if anyone was going to take my order.

        then the food took a very long time to arrive. parenthetically, the place was freezing cold both times, as well.

        i'm not going back.