Malaysian Dining Delights, Bentley

Malaysian Dining Delights has always been a suburban favorite of mine for Asian hawker cuisine. Located on Manning Road in Bentley, it offers delicious and reasonably priced dishes, with ample parking space which is always convenient. My favorites are the Penang Char Kway Teow and the Hokkien Char. On this occasion, my family and I ordered from the main dishes section of the menu to try something different.

We had the following:

  • Nyonya Kapitan Chicken ($13.90) – authentic curry kapitan sauce with chicken and potatoes. The curry sauce was yummy and went well with the steamed rice. Generous amount of chicken pieces too!

Nyonya Kapitan Chicken

  • Golden Floss Prawn ($18.90) – deep fried crispy butter prawn with egg floss and cereal. One of my favorites, the prawns were coated well, very crunchy and tasty!

Golden Floss Prawns

  • Braised Broccoli with Mushroom ($9.90) – the broccoli and mushroom were cooked in oyster sauce fried with generous amount of garlic.

Braised Broccoli with mushroom

  • Assam Petai Mixed Vegetables ($9.90) – stir fried okra, petai, onion, bringal with assam sauce. This dish sounded exotic on the menu however it didn’t taste as nice as expected. I think it would have been better if the vegetables were not mixed together as each vegetable has its own distinct flavor.

Assam Petai Mixed Vegetables

Our drinks of Rainbow Cincau ($3.50) and Fresh Carrot Milk Juice ($3.90). Always refreshing with a Cincau drink any day!

Rainbow Cincau Fresh Carrot Milk Juice

Once again, a great meal at Malaysian Dining Delights, more dishes to try next time!

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
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  • Sheena

    March 24, 2014

    The food is alright but we had really indifferent and/or rude service on more than one occassion. Wasn’t the case for you and your family?

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    • Miss L

      March 26, 2014

      It had been ok for us the few times we went. Nothing special but nothing rude or indifferent either. Must be my lucky days when I went!

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