Rating: 6.5/10

Will I come back: Maybe



This post is based on ala carte menu by De Wan. All orders were recommended by the waiter.

Overall decent, but some of the food was lacking in flavour. Not bad, but not fantastic either.

Chicken Satay & Beef Satay (RM72) were my favourites. Both were very juicy, tender and flavourful. Peanut sauce was okay.

Udang Bakar in Percik (Promotion - RM34 after 50% discount) were okay-fresh but reasonable for the price after discount. Had to go with the sauce on the side or else it’s quite bland.

Ikan Siakap (RM148) was moist but bland. Thankful for the 3 sauces on the side (Sos Air Asam, Sambal Kicap Pedas & Sambal Merah).

Jambo Sotong (RM68) was also under-seasoned. Tasted better with the 3 sauces on the side.

Daging Rendang (RM62) had strong serai and kunyit flavour. Meat wasn’t tender enough, but still decent.

Soup Singgang (RM46) tasted like a mild version of TomYam, slightly sour and spicy. Came with assorted seafood.

Pandan Cendol with Coconut Ice Cream (RM14) was nothing extraordinary, but I liked the ice cream.

Puding Hang Li Poh (RM18) had mild lemongrass flavour, it was smooth and topped with crispy nestum and berries.

Bubur Somsom (RM16) had soft pudding with coconut milk. This dessert was quite heavy.


Waiter was friendly and attentive.



Large dining area and private rooms, Modern Malay and colourful interior.

I’ve been here last year for their Ramadan Buffet but it’s was okay. Would prefer Open House or Bijan.