Some vegetarian options but it is not immediately clear which are vegan.
Roti Canai ($5) flaky pan-fried Malaysian flatbread with a side of either lentil curry or chicken curry for dipping
- Very salty chicken curry (with no chicken chunks -- which is normal), but this was probably a fluke as someone who had been to Tangent Café before said her curry that time wasn't quite so salty.
- Lentil curry was very thick, almost like a paste. Easier to scoop this up onto your roti with a fork.
- Two discs of really decent roti canai that came fresh. Very flaky and still chewy-fun.
- Portion is a bit light compared to other places that serve this, such as Banana Leaf. For a really decent one with very good portions at a good price, get the 2-piece roti prata at Amay's House.
- Pale-looking curry with basically no spicy heat. Tasty-spicy, but not hot spicy, which means it is not as rich as it could be if you've had it done with no-holds barred spicy-hot authenticity.
- OK portion with a bowl of rice and a portion of sambal green beans, making it a decently sized meal.
- Totally NOT what we thought it would be, especially given the name. Maybe it was flamed in the kitchen (big MAYBE), but there was definitely no fire at the table.
- Banana (and presumably the amaretto as well) was wrapped in roti like a fat spring roll which looked like it was nicely deep fried into a moderate brown colour.
- Pretty tasty.
- Price for portion is slightly low, combined with expectations set too high for a table show involving fire.
- Came with a few grapes and some strawberry.
Larger parties (6+?) should make a reservation. Apparently for smaller parties, no reservations are taken.