This place is really tucked away! You have to be really looking for it to catch it, unless you live in the area.
It's a really tiny restaurant, not a lot of space at all. Reasonably clean considering, a touch beat up. Is there even a washroom? We went around the "back", but the door said "storage space". The only other way was through the kitchen, so we didn't bother asking.
Sadly, only 2 of us, so we had the roti canai, curry laksa and rendang beef with a "bundung" (?) drink. Came in at $20 with taxes, so pretty cheap eats.
Best in town? Hmm...certainly doesn't seem like it first time around. The roti canai was pretty tasty. Lacking texture-wise. I don't think it even ranks in the top 3 in Vancouver. Curry laksa was okay, but unfortunately, it was possibly the worst I've had in town (not that it's bad, it's just not good). The rendang beef was a big thumbs up though, a bit plain, but taste-wise that might have been ranked among the top in GVRD.
It's probably worth another trip to try the other dishes just in case. Not sure I'd make a special trip to have a taste, it's didn't bowl us over. I'm really disappointed they cancelled their rojak, which might have been the only place to get rojak in town.
Is it authentic...? Hmm....have any of you been to Singapore and Malaysia? This tastes like a home-cooked meal, but not nearly as good as the stuff you get at the hawker centers or the food courts (their food courts are actually pretty decent).
On the plus, we felt fine afterwards. Not bloated or thirsty or greasy, so that could be a big bonus.