Thursday, November 25, 2004

Indonesian and Malaysian

Simpang Asia
10433 National Blvd., Los Angeles, (310) 815-9075 Palms
Indonesian grocery with wonderful foods from the Indonesian language menu. Highly recommended and better than most of the Indonesian restaurants around - food in a grocery store wins again!

Indo Cafe
10428 National Blvd. 310-815-1290
Indonesian in Palms. Pretty good.

Little Malaysia
3944 N. Peck Rd., #8. El Monte 626-401-3188
Malaysian food in L.A. that's actually worth eating, too bad it's in El Monte. The quality varies but most dishes here are rendered well, particularly roti canai (pancake with curry) and curry laksa noodles. Even char kueh teow/fried fat rice noodle is OK. My standards are unreasonably high so I give them a 6/10.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

You're missing out on Yasmin. It's on the corner of Garfield and Main, next door to the movie theater.

1:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If you think Simpang Asia is good, then you should try TOKO RAME in Bellflower(17155 Bellflower Blvd), the food is so authentic, you'd think you were in Jakarta.

1:03 PM  
Anonymous Vince. said...

Thumbs down to Indo Cafe. Their dishes are getting more expensive and smaller.

Simpang is decent for a quick bite.

6:54 PM  

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