Though it's located in a shopping center and the decor is rather nondescript, the food at this Malaysian restaurant is exotic and enticing. Using ... More
Though it's located in a shopping center and the decor is rather nondescript, the food at this Malaysian restaurant is exotic and enticing. Using ingredients indigenous to Malaysia like lemongrass, chiles and coconut, the kitchen creates savory curries, satays and grilled dishes. A few examples of the specialties: Lemongrass Pork, Shrimp Sambal, Bee Hoon. Dinner entrees are mostly in the $8-15 range. Full bar service is available. On many nights, live guitar music sets the mood.
This was terrific and my second time to visit this place. I was there for dinner but understand they have a lunch buffet and would like to try this next. I absolutely love the peanut sauce here. I is good with satay and also on rojak. Try the rojak with the egg fu yung it is wonderful. I would also like to try NEO their newer upscale place.
My sister-in-law who is from Malaka took us to this restaurant. It was kid friendly and we had a great meal. I especially liked the salad and would like to know the name so I could order this elsewhere if possible or make it myself.
The restaurant was half full and everyone was waiting a very long time for service. One table of 8 almost left. The staff was pleasant enough when they were around but clueless as to the delay. The food, when it arrived, was very good. Overpriced....$14.00 for vegitable Singapore noodles as an example
The food at Seri Melaka is the best Asian food I have found in Tucson. In fact this is my husband and my favorite restaurant in town. The sauces are incredibly flavorful. They also offer authentic Chinese and Malyasian food. Each of the dishes I have tried has been a wonderful experience. The service has never been something to complain about. I definetly recommend this restaurant to anybody I know who likes real Asian food.
Order the Tom Yum Soup with everything. Well worth the price. And the Beef and Tofu lemak is unbelievable. Be sure to try the Mee Gorang too!! One of the best restaurants in Arizona. My wife and I moved out of Tucson to Southern California 5 years ago but make a special trip to Tucson once a year just to eat here and at La Parilla Suiza.
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