Char kueh teow or Indian mee goreng? When I couldn't decide between two favorite Malaysian noodles, the kitchen cobbled together a half-and-half lunch special with a full share of wok hei (regularly $9.50, this day on the house). Though off-menu, the combo is available anytime on request; as long as you're asking, don't be shy about kicking the spice up a notch.
Also available on request, but as of now only to go: kaya ($10 per pint; best reserved by calling ahead). Rasa's version of this coconut egg jam has a more caramelized appearance than most; the closest comparison in my experience might be with the kaya at Yut Kee, in Kuala Lumpur. It's shown with a fresh-griddled roti (different day, but once again complements of the house) as part of a contemplated breakfast set.
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