3 reviews about Tastygate

12 Dec 2017

This is an alright restaurant, but isn't a place I would rush out to go to. They serve Malaysian cuisine, which I had never really tried before my visit. The staff were very welcoming upon entry and were quick to take down my order. I ended up getting the butter chicken, which I received quite quickly and it tasted pretty good. It isn't the best butter chicken I have ever had, but it wasn't too bad. It had a lot of flavour, which was good and the serving size was generous. I didn't really like the look of the inside of the shop, if it had a nice, modern renovation then it could significantly improve the whole ambience within the restaurant.

14 Dec 2014

chicken rice expected to be steam instead deep fried chicken. nevertheless the taste of sauce(sambal was good). ill be back if the price van be reduced. its paparich price which offers good and pleasant ambiance. $3-$4 should reduced for main dishes.

Approximate cost: $12.90

02 May 2014

We dined in on a Friday night. It's not a fancy place and it was quite cold inside until they put the heaters on. We ordered spring rolls and chicken satay for entree and char kway teow and sambal prawns/squid for mains with a side of roti bread. The menu said the spring rolls had prawn meat in them but there was no sign of it amongst all the red and green cabbage. They however were hot and fresh. The satay was ok as well, no heat in the sauce and a strange coating on the chicken. Char kway teow had the classic flavour but there was also no heat in it and we found 2 prawns in the whole dish. We asked for the sambal to be mild as we didn't feel like eating too much heat but it was so hot I couldn't eat it. The waiter asked if he could taste it (!!) to which he declared it wasn't that hot and maybe I can't handle hot food. That was not necessary, we requested it to be mild and it should have been cooked that way. We could see the kitchen and everything was cooked to order so the spice level should not have been a problem. I have never had a waiter taste my food before either. Very disappointing. I expected them to cook a fresh dish because it wasn't what we ordered. The roti bread was classic, hot flaky bread. I think we will continue to travel to Laksa King for authentic Malaysian fare.

Approximate cost: $15

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