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Taste Good
Malaysian Restaurant$$
Today 10:30 am – 10:00 pm
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8218 45th Ave Queens, NY 11373
8218 45th AvenueUSNew York11373
(718) 898-8001
$$Malaysian Restaurant, Asian Restaurant
Malaysian Restaurant
Asian Restaurant
Southeast Asian Restaurant
Today 10:30 am – 10:00 pm
Monday 10:30 am – 10:00 pmTuesday 10:30 am – 10:00 pmWednesday 10:30 am – 10:00 pmThursday 10:30 am – 10:00 pmFriday 10:30 am – 10:00 pmSaturday 10:30 am – 10:00 pmSunday 10:30 am – 10:00 pm
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Small, long-running Malaysian restaurant serving laksa & other traditional eats in a spare setting.- Google
"The curry laksa is heavenly, as are many of the rice dishes."
"Curry noodle soup."
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mercedes lr
4 months ago
The char keuh teow, kangkong balacan, prawns (I forget what it's called, but I believe it's a house special) and pandan chicken wings brought back childhood memories living in is that good. Great Queens establishment.
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Kevin Lo
2 years ago
Hidden next to a giant Asian supermarket, one would easily walk pass this place if they're not specifically looking for it. And once you find it and make your way inside, don't expect anything much more extravagant than a few make shift tables occupied most likely by locals and regulars. But if you're here for the ambiance then you're missing the point to this place. People come here for the food and luckily the place can back it up. Most dishes are under $10 and they offer a variety for you meat eaters and veg heads alike. Personally if you're ordering individual sized meals, you can't go wrong with choosing a rice dish. I've had the beef rendang and it was good. The flavored well with the sweetness but a touch more spice would have been welcome. The beef was probably one of the softest I've had without it being cooked to death. Make sure you opt for the chicken rice rather than the white. And you'll also notice a random surprise vegetable on the side. Once I got lettuce, another time I got slices of cucumber. While it isn't the best Malaysian food to be had, it is however one of the best values with some authenticity to it. I wouldn't suggests eating in, as most orders are to go anyway, but definitely worth the trip if you're in the neighborhood and want something tasty.
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Daniel Glus
a year ago
Overall, it's an amazing place. The curry laksa is heavenly, as are many of the rice dishes. Although the decor leaves something to be desired, the staff is extremely helpful.
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James Ho
2 years ago
The hotdogs are good but a bit gimmicky and overpriced. You can expect to pay more than $10 for a single hotdog meal. It's good for a one time novelty but you probably wouldnt want to make it your regular hotdog spot. It's clean and the staff is great. The neighborhood just has too many great things to eat to go here more than once.
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R Antonio Herrera
a year ago
In Elmhurst and Jackson Heights, you cannot find better Malaysian food. Try one of the many noodle soups or their simmered bean curd--full of flavor, spice and heat. The atmosphere in house is rustic and no frills, although it is a great experience since it is always packed, yet I've never had to wait for a table. If you can, order in by phone, pick it up and walk down to Moore Homestead Park and enjoy your meal watching people play Chinese chess or practicing Tai Chi.
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Ning Zhang
2 years ago
This little shop is only one block from the Elmhurst Ave stop of the M or R train. If you're in the mood for true Malaysian Lacksa (Spicy noodles) this should be on top of your list. This hidden gem has many of the true Malaysian dishes such as lacksa, chicken, and beef randang. The meal won't break the bank but will keep you coming back for more to this wonderful little shop in Queens.
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Simon Chaw
2 years ago
Taste good Malaysian Restaurant is my favourite kind of place to enjoy my lunch & dining for the past several years since 2001 ,where i could social with my friends,my prospect , family members ,cousins to any occasions of Birthdays and holidays . I enjoy the food here , where the menu has varieties taste to my palate like sweet ,sour ,hot , spices and herbs . It's very traditional and cultures of Malaysian ethnics . The servers are helpful to assist the type of food , that we may not be able to understand the Malaysian word in the menu to describe the culture food .
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Desmond Chow
3 years ago
Taste Good? That is pretty accurate. Definitely doesn't taste great like what most people saying. I had Malaysian food plenty of times and I was surprised they didn't some of my favorite dishes... But the place is a good spot for some cheap eats. Could use some ABC ice... good dessert is a good way to end the meal.