The worst Malaysian food ever have. Nothing taste like Malaysian at all. No taste and too salty, presentation non existence.
I went for dinner with my partner, ordered chili calamari and tofu in claypot. The food was so delicious. We went back with our family and ordered salt/pepper calamari, char kway teow, tofu in claypot, sambal belacan, special order peking duck, hor fun , chendol , ice kacang. We cannot fault any of the food we ordered, so delicious. A... 更多
We've always loved this restaurant. Unfortunately they were forced to move out of their premises at Mermaid Waters but have moved just down the road to the Broadbeach Waters Bowls club. It's now got much more room and is always busy. They no longer have the BYO option which is a shame but the Bowls club prices are pretty good.... 更多
Ive been going here for a long time, and every time the food is perfect. Some may complain about the service, people need to remember that these are multiculture restaurants and english may not be amazing but they never stuff up your order, some may think they come across as being rude, but i don't feel at all that thats... 更多
Really poor service with no attention. No one came to take our order for ages. It was clear that they were overwhelmed but had no staff on except the "lady boss" and her teenage daughter who was clearly not interested, mature enough, or trained to work in the restaurant. When our order was finally taken, another table whose order was... 更多
Tried Kenny's Malay Kitchen last night since the move Malay Kitchen made from Sunshine Blvd to Gold Coast Bowls Club. Personally I think it's a great location, easy parking, the club has had a bit of a facelift and looks good and the restaurant is fresh and the tables are spaced nicely so you are not sitting on top of... 更多
Dined in twice and had take away a few times the Roti and rainbow pork would have to be my all time favorite. the Roti's tonight were a little oily but still to a high standard. Service great, food excellent, They obviously have a few repeat customers