2608 Nicollet Av. S.
The upscaling of Eat Street continues apace with the opening of this stylish Malaysian restaurant. A sprinkling of Thai dishes is offered, as well as a few dishes representing Malaysia's Indian and Chinese ethnic minorities, but most of the offerings are distinctively Malay, such as the ayam rendang (chicken with lemon grass, chili paste, coconut milk, ginger, cinnamon and cloves in red curry sauce), or sambal sotong, (sauteed squid in spicy belacan shrimp paste). Full bar. (Jeremy Iggers, 3/9/2006)
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