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1 Harbour Front Walk
#01-155 Vivo City
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Telephone: (65) 6271-9989
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Experience Truly Malaysian Cuisine at Madam Kwan's. As a young enthusiastic foodie, Kwan Swee Lian was inspired by the rich cultural mix of cuisine Malaya had to offer. Today, Madam Kwan combines elements of these diverse cultures to share her uniquely created Malaysian Cuisine for all food lovers to enjoy. From the signature Nasi Lemak to "wok" style food, there's something for everyone to savor those special dishes that is uniquely Malaysian cuisine.

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  1. Muffy
     20 May 2015 at 5:39 pm
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    We have visited Madam Kwan’s at KLCC Kuala Lumpur a few months ago. It was her authentic Malaysian food that caught our attention when we were there for a trade fair. So when we walking along Vivo City, we saw that she has opened a branch here in Singapore and immediately made our way to check out her signature nasi lemak.

    We wanted to try her signature dishes but was told that it was sold out as we were there about 9pm. In the end, we settled for some light dishes.

    Fried Kway Teow Noodles ( $14.90 ) – The dish was served piping hot and all that we could see were fat juicy prawns and crunchy bean sprouts. The portion for noodles was so little that we wondered whether we have ordered the last lot of their noodles. Anyway, the noodles were well fried with little oil and still maintained their standard.

    Rendang Chicken ( $8.00 ) – There were two pricing for this item, mainly based on the pieces of meat. We ordered 2 pieces of meat. But when the dish was served, it looked more like Curry Chicken as we have expected lesser gravy for rendang dishes. We verified with the staff but they did not return to our table for the confirmation.

    Mixed Vegetables ( $12.90 ) - From their menu description, this dish consisted of lady’s fingers, long beans, brinjals and petai fried in sambal. It has a spicy kick and goes well with our rice which cost $1.50 for a small bowl.

    Cendol ( $4.90 ) – This is one of the few good desserts that we have tasted. Generous amount of the ingredients were laid on top with fine shaved ice, coconut cream milk and authentic gula melaka nicely arranged at the bottom of dessert bowl.

    Overall, food was good but service was below average as we have difficulties getting the attention of the staff. The place, though spacious was noisy as we could hear the chef cooking, the staff using the juice blender and the diners talking loudly as they could hardly hear themselves too.

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