Interesting trying new cuisine. I ordered the coconut lamb which had interesting flavor. Prices were on the high end and there could have been more lamb in the dish. Staff was very friendly.
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1st time when i've tried malaysian food, and i have to admit it exceeded my expectations (me, not a big fan of spicy or oriental food). I had the "national dish" - Nasi Lemak - delicious, 1 spicy star only but already too hot for...More
I found there are only few Malaysian restaurants in Amsterdam , and based on the review I try this one for two person diner with high expectation---- and it came out to be a very terrible experience. The food in menu tell us it is...More
Dear Sandy, Thank you for your review. We would like to clarify that the fried rice served in our restaurant is called 'nasi goreng biasa' (normal fried rice) in Malaysia. Nyonya style fried rice is a specific kind of fried rice that comes from the...More
This is a small, unassuming restaurant, and there was not a dish that wasn't amazing! We had a table of 8, all of us trying a different dish and sharing tastes. All of the food was delicious, full of flavor, fresh and wonderful! We will...More
Thank you for your kind comments! We look forward to seeing you in our restaurant again :)
The two of us had dinner there based on recommendation. I came off disappointed but my review is based on a Malaysian's tastebud and non Malaysians may not agree with me. We ordered the chicken satay and vegetable curry. First the satay tasted like it...More
Dear Ckyy, Thank you for your review. We would like to clarify that there is no charge for extra peanut sauce for the satay dish. In our menu, peanut sauce is categorized as an extra order. In the Netherlands, it is quite common for the...More
Picked at random and very happy - delicious!! Friendly service, busy a great dining experience Central and interesting location Will visit again
Dear 49Karo, Thank you for your kind review. We hope to see you and your group again!
Place is nice but it is not real Malaysian to much adapted to European Taste it is OK for people that do not eat hotMore
Dear Olshevsky, Thank you for your review. We always strive to provide good quality and authentic food to our customers. As a big portion of our customers are Dutch, the standard of spiciness of our food is based on the Dutch tongue, which indeed, is...More
After spending almost 1 week in Amsterdam, We missed my home food. We came to Malaysian Restaurant Wau for dinner. The place is not big, only have some tables. We ordered rice, and hot tea. We had waited long enough until the food was served....More
Thank you for your kind comments on our food. We are sorry to hear that you had to wait for your food. We always strive to provide good quality food and service to our customers. We hope you will visit us again so we can...More