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Reviewed 14 March 2018 via mobile

Can't tell if dishes are authentic, but rather enjoy the flavours. Given the way things are mixed / fusion as some call it, combinations are quite good. That said, it is unfortunate that authentic food is getting hard to find. Price wise, isn't cheap.

Date of visit: March 2018
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Reviewed 20 December 2017

Went to eat dinner w family, ordered nasi berlauk kelantan but the curry was not the right curry for nasi berlauk. The chili sambal was tasty good w the rice. The nasi kerabu daging was dry, meat was dry... Keropok basket was overpriced at RM7...for tiny pieces of keropok.More

Date of visit: December 2017
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Reviewed 30 August 2017 via mobile

Makanhouse has a good variety of traditional malay and peranakan style foods - the assortments of rice and dishes all in one place serve as a good introduction to those who have yet to the sample the more traditional styles and flavours peculiar to malaysia's...unique heritage. For locals with a more demanding palette or more used to the flavour and quality of dishes prepared by our respective moms and grandmas - well, makanhouse would comparatively rank as very average. The only thing that really stood out was the grilled fish with Portuguese sauce - it hits all the right spicy flavour notes and goes very well with the natural sweetness of the fish. Key points to note: 1) parking is challenging in the area, you'll probably have to park at the road behind 2) service is relatively slow 3) portion sizes commensurate with the price - ie on the small side, except for 3 rice combo, which was very good value for moneyMore

Date of visit: August 2017
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