Thai, Malaysian & Chinese Cuisine
857 Collier Rd., NW, Suite 10
Atlanta, GA 30318
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Rebecca shared carry-out ordered online from Malaya with her parents on 1/12/2008.

What did you order? How was your food?

We ordered two entrees - Kari Ayam Malaya (Malaysian Curry Chicken) with steamed rice, and Pan Fried Egg Noodle. The Malaysian Curry Chicken was fantastic. It is a traditional, homestyle Malaysian curry with potatoes, onions, and string beans. If you dine in, it's served in a claypot. The flavor was exquisite, and it was only mildly spicy. It tasted similar to Thai curry, but Malaysia has its own distinct curry ingredients. According to Wikipedia, "Malaysian curry powders are now much sought-after internationally."

Pan Fried Egg Noodle is a plentiful helping of crispy egg noodles served with chicken, beef, snow peas, nappa, carrots, and broccoli in a clear brown sauce. This dish was also delicious and enjoyed by all. Four sweet bean dumplings were included for dessert, as well as fortune cookies. The entire meal was excellent.

How was the service? What do you think of the d├ęcor and atmosphere?

When I picked up the order, I was greeted cheerfully. The man who helped me was very polite and friendly. The decor is pretty and traditional, and creates a warm Southeast Asian atmosphere.

Do you consider this a good value? If no, why not?

Yes. This is a mid-priced restaurant with entrees starting around $8. Mine both cost $9.25. The quantity of the food was generous.

On a scale of 1 to 10 (with 1 being the worst and 10 being the best), how would you rate this restaurant compared to the other restaurants you visit on a regular basis.

10 out of 10 for Malaysian, Thai and Chinese Cuisine

This restaurant is best for...

Good food, Take-out, Family-friendly, Romantic, Special occasion

One sentence summary:

Malaya offers delicious Asian Cuisine at affordable prices, and its easily accessible location near I-75, plus its online ordering option, should ensure the continued success of this Malaysian, Thai and Chinese gem.

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