Singapore Malaysian Restaurant: SingMa bites

Family-run restaurant serving Singaporean Malaysian food. As far as we know, this is one of the oldest Singaporean Malay restaurants in the City.

Food is pretty good although a tad on the greasy side. Decor is dated but they do have this plant that’s like a hundred years old that hangs in the front of the restaurant. We almost touched it because we thought it was a fake plant but there’s a sign that warns us not to touch, something like don’t touch, very old plant. I know…totally random. :)

Coming up tomorrow: Spicy Okra recipe right here at fLVE.

Singapore Malaysian Restaurant | 836 Clement Street | San Francisco

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5 responses to “Singapore Malaysian Restaurant: SingMa bites

  1. Oh my.. I would totally visit this place if I was near. I’ve never had Malaysian food before but I can’t wait to try it out :)

    • Hi Kay, try it some time and let me know what you think. :) I will be featuring another restaurant that serves this type of cuisine soon with different foods but later this week, it’s all about Ireland…Lol. So stay tuned.

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