Our Story

A cozy restaurant serving authentic Malaysian and Chinese cuisine. Favourites include satay, nasi lemak, chicken and fish curry, laksa, crispy tumeric marinated fried chicken, traditional nasi goreng (Malaysian spicy fried rice with vegetables, seafood and chicken, fried egg and satay) steamboat and other popular Chinese dishes. Guests can also enjoy sumptuous English fare and international delights. With a 100 seat capacity, the restaurant is also known for its cocktail bar and weekend buffet.

Malaysian & Chinese Cuisine

Begin your day at Lagenda with breakfast, which might be Nasi Lemak,Roti Canai or a big breakfast. Then lunch lightly with Nasi Goreng Kampung, Laksa or linger with a feast.Refresh your afternoon tea with our signature The Tarik and some Malaysian Kuihs.Dine early or dine late with our Malaysian and Chinese dishes.

Cups of The Tarik or Coffee

Teh Tarik, which could also be called the national drink of Malaysia, is a typically bitter, strong tea that is mixed with a lot of condensed milk and then pulled until frothy. Tarik literally means ‘pulled’. The tea is poured from one vessel to another from a height that allows froth to start accumulating in the cup, while reducing the temperature of the tea. It is quite a spectacle to watch skilled people pulling this drink to bring it to its best frothy consistency. The Teh Tarik is usually drunk hot, although it can be served iced as well.


We serve a range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.

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Authentic halal Malaysian and Chinese cuisine capturing the flavours of Malaysia

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Our Specialties

The delicious satays are the national dish of Malaysia. Satays are skewered tender meat served with a spicy peanut sauce. The meat is carefully marinated in a spice mixture and grilled to perfection. Turmeric is an essential ingredient as it gives the satay its colour. Satays can be eaten at any time of the day.

A slow-cooked dry curry deeply spiced with ginger and turmeric, kaffir lime and chilis. (You’ll find chicken, vegetable, and seafood rendang as well.) In Malaysian fashion, it fuses sweet, sour, and savory elements, the curry picking up a creamy richness from two forms of coconut and an elusive tang from asam keping, slices of a sour sun-dried fruit.

Ranging from kuihs (desserts usually made from glutinous rice) and fried desserts to specialty Banana fritters and shaved ice


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