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Posted by Anonymous on 07/20/2010
This place is not closed down. I just ordered from there and it was great as usual.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/13/2010
I was heartbroken when I found out this place closed. Definitely the BEST take out in the area. We'll miss it!
Posted by PalatePlus on 01/29/2009
What A Gem this restaurant is. They are always nice and accommodating on the phone quick delivery and I agree, the delivery people are always nice and deserve a good tip. I love the roti canai, bread always is flaky and soft. Also the malaysian dumplings are tasty and hearty. Indian Mee Goreng noodles are spot on as is anything thai that they offer. Even the General Tso's chicken is better at Asia@ than most other places . Definitely as must try,
Posted by dave on 01/24/2009
Skip the usual Chinese stuff here, go for whatever sounds interesting. The Malaysian noodle dishes are the bomb!
Posted by theidiot on 06/26/2008
I don't know what the other reviewers were smoking. I got food from here, because the reviews seemed positive, but the food was pretty poor. I mean below average poor. But the place seemed clean, and the staff was friendly. But if you're looking for better Chinese food just turn the corner, cause I'm sure whatever you find will be better than this place.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/24/2008
The food is amazing. The sambal fish fillet is among one of my favorite dishes. I highly recommend this restaurant, its affordable and all the flavors are there in full force. Great!
Posted by h from bucks on 02/23/2008
I have never had a bad meal at Asia @. If you go there, make sure that you order different things and share the portions are pretty big. For appetizers, we love Gado-gado (Indonesian style salad, jicama, bean sprouts, tofu, egg and shrimp crackers th peanut sauce.) My favorite is the prawn soup the flavor is indescribable. My daughter likes the fish ball soup. I forget what the rest of my family gets, but I always order Chow Kueh Teow (it is Malaysian stir-fried falt rice noodles with shrimp, bean sprouts, chicken, eggs, soy sauce and chili paste. ) It is really a hole in the wall we found it by accident when we were walking to the Italian Market. There is a decent sized parking lot across the street too makes it pretty convenient.