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A pretty al fresco section is set with reddish umbrellas and light wooden chairs and tables, immediately giving you the feel of a tiny café encountered on a journey across South East Asia. The staff and owners are friendly and solicitous, and the menu is neatly and pleasingly segregated into choices by country, spanning Japan, China, Burma, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and even India. Most of the food marries exotic spices and concepts with love. The Burmese khow suey comes recommended here if you are looking for a one-pot kind of meal, loaded with its archetypal choice of varied condiments. Another favourite is the wholesome Chinese prawn pot stickers, or fragrant Malaysian curry leaf butter prawns and mild banana leaf steamed fish. The Singapore-style kung pao chicken works well if you like the bite of rich cashews and dried red chillies with your white meat; the chilli crab from this country’s list is another great order. The Indonesian-style crispy veggies in saffron and coconut cream is sumptuous, as is the spicy nasi goreng rice topped with a fried egg and crackers. If you are a slave to crunch at your meals, the Japanese prawns tempura is a must-have with wasabi mayo. For a paradoxical melting mouthful, opt for the Thai-style grilled lamb chops, perhaps with a bowl of aromatic lemongrass fried rice. Celebrating diversity and depth in flavour was never quite so yum.