Time Out says
Very reasonably priced Malay servings.The nasi brisik in particular, is impressive. Mixed with pumpkin wrapped in banana leaf and shaped into a cone; steamed to form a presentation in itself. The fried fish, ulam and various condiments and sauces it came with were as generous as it was spicy. All in all, unobtrusive service, satisfactory food, and a good deal. Although there isn't a special kids' menu, non-spicy favorites like the satay serai and the sup buntut (ox tail soup) should please the little tots.