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Posted by howeh on January 18, 2008 - Filed under: Member Talks

Asian Dishes Popular Among Customers

SIX years and still going strong tells a lot about a restaurant and to uncover its rahsia (secret), the best way is to pay a visit.

The answer to why people keep coming back for more lies in the eclectic fusion mix at Rahsia Bistro and Wine Bar.

Rahsia envelopes guests in a romantic setting, with soft lights and jazzy tunes playing in its confines.

Its nouveau style cuisine, discreet location and lush tropical ambience within a 1960's style bungalow, are inviting.

The outlet on Jalan Damai is nicely tucked away amid tall trees and rows of bungalow houses.

The sounds of crickets, birds and frogs, especially if you're dining al-fresco adds to the charm of this place.

This intimate dining place is differentiated by its fashionable dining hall, elegantly styled in white while the patio offers a more relaxed style for wining and dining.

Its fusion of Asian and Western ingredients is exciting as it is never conventional but always transcending like its Kaffir Salmon with wok-seared Norwegian salmon in kaffir lime sauce.

However, Rahsia is taking its customers' advice seriously and has included more Asian offerings into its menu.

Proprietor Oh U-Chen said when Rahsia first started out at KL Plaza, it was known for its mix of Peranakan, Indonesian and Malay cuisine.

Later, the menu saw a shift, offering a contemporary mix of Asian and European-styled cuisine and recently, it was shifting towards offering more Asian cuisine.

“Due to requests from our customers, our menu will lean towards 60% Asian dishes,” Oh said.

The two new Asian items come with additional favorites

Two new Asian items are the Matahari and Damai platters, which come with rice, meat, sweet condiments and vegetables.

Oh said the dishes offer diners the chance to experience the enticing flavours of Asian cuisine.

Typically Asian is the Rahsia Spring Rolls, a serving of crispy spring rolls stuffed with minced chicken served with Rahsia Nyonya Sauce.

However if you feel like going Western, the Smoked Salmon Salad is truly enjoyable for starters.

The smoked salmon is served on a bed of Mesculin salad with a drizzle of honey mustard dressing, topped with Parmesan shaves.

A fast favourite is the Fettuccine Chimayo, a lavishly rich fettuccine with seafood treasures served in a pouch.

On Fridays, Rahsia tantalises with its satay galore as diners can feast on a choice of four original recipes; Black Pepper, Garlic Cilantro, Chili Paprika and Satay Original.

The satay serving comes with a choice of Lemongrass and Mango Sauce, Black Pepper and Rosemary Sauce, Plum and Peanut Sauce and Original Peanut Sauce.

Original Published on The Star By ESTHER CHANDRAN

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