Time Out says
Should you want to eat roti canai or sip on teh tarik in a grand setting overlooking the city skyline, this is the place for you. The menu is made up of familiar street side snacks or mamak favourites, but served - if possible - rather elegantly. Curry laksa, mee goreng, chicken rice, rendang daging and sambal kangkung are just some of the menu items; all are great for tourists who want to get acquainted with Malaysian food. Prices are undoubtedly steep for food as such (RM32 for sambal udang petai) but when you're munching on satay as your feet rest on gleaming linoleum floors and your eyes feast on the Twin Towers, it's difficult to argue.