The crowds and the luminous lights from Aziz restaurant has entice us to have our supper here. The restaurant located just opposite Snake Temple. I know this is not a healthy practice but Friday night deserve a break of rules to enjoy a plate of sinful supper. The portion they serve here was relatively small which is good for supper, if you visit Aziz for dinner, go for their set menu.
|Tom Yam Bee Hun (RM 5.50)|
We actually presumed the Tom Yam Bee Hun in the fried version, but it turned out to be soup. It is wonderful mistake. Though the soup was much thinner comparing to their Tom Yam ala carte version, but still keeping the sourly spicy flavors.
|Tom Yam Campur (RM 7)|
Their Tom Yam soup were more towards the sourly side. We thought the seafood and chicken ratio was imbalance where there is more of chicken but little of seafood. Generally, it does meet our requirement for Malay's tom yam. We had a satisfying warm fix with their delectable soup in the rainy night weather.
|Koay Teow Goreng (RM 4)|
Malay's fried koay teow is slightly different than Chinese. Malay's version is more wet with creamy grease. Aziz's koay teow has ticked all the criterias for a good plate of fried koay teow. Strong and vivid wok hei with a light kick of spiciness.
|Nasi Goreng Ikan Masin (RM 5)|
They have a long list for fried rice, we thought go for the basic with salted fish fried rice first. The rice was seasoned with adequate saltiness level, a tad of oily keeping the rice separated. The sambal was a great highlight for the rice.
|Nasi Goreng Pattaya (RM 5.50)|
Their Pattaya was a bit of disappointment if compare to salted fish fried rice. The rice wear a little dull though the presentation is good.