Best Singapore Chili Crab?
Any suggestions of where I could find excellent Singapore Chili Crab?
Thanks in advance!
re: Brian S
Warning: Sentosa used to be my favorite Malaysian restaurant in Manhattan when it was on Allen St. After it moved to Prince St. in Flushing, I went there and asked for everything very spicy, telling the waitress that I had lived in Malaysia and she should tell the chef I'm a Malaysian. The food I got back had _NO_ spiciness in it whatsoever! If I were you, I'd look for the manager before sitting down. Or have they been pandering less to a spicy-wimpy crowd lately? I frankly don't know, because I was so upset I didn't go back, and that must be at least something over a year ago.
I had a similar experience at Sentosa the last time I went (also over a year ago). I was particularly surprised that the beef rendang was so bland, given that it's been cited in at least one food review that I've read.
I haven't been back, though, so I can't say whether the seafood dishes are any good.
i tried sentosa twice last month, in general food is good but not great, the 1st time i was there the mee siam is fantastic but the 2nd time wasnt ever good at all, i think this is the most problem with most of the asian restaurant, but they do so many dishes in the menu & it's hard to keep th same standard everytime.
i agree with stella, the beef rendang was pretty plain & boring too, not even talk about they aint spicy at all, which i will never order it.