I got recommended to this place and heard lots of good things about it. Angie’s Kitchen is located very near to AUT in the CBD. Parking is quite a pain to find, but on the weekend it’s alright. The place is also a halal restaurant which is pretty good.
Kapitan Curry Chicken on Rice.
Braised Beef Noodle Soup.
Teh Tarik less sugar (with a free apricot biscotti).
Kopi less sugar.
I thought the Kapitan Curry Chicken was very good, but the braised beef noodle was plain. The mistake was probably not selecting “traditional” Malaysian food, i.e. Nasi Lemak, Laksa or whatever. The price of the food was above average, I don’t remember it being less than $10, so not a cheap option. The coffee and tea drinks didn’t taste that great.
My rating is average, 6.5/10. The pricing didn’t help.