11:00 am - 10:00 pm
At Banana Leaf, they serve authentic contemporary Malaysian, Singaporean, Thai, Indian, Vietnamese, and Indonesian cuisine.
The diversity of flavors and the wide range of delicious ingredients are some of the finest qualities of Southeast Asian cuisine. At Banana Leaf, they serve authentic contemporary Malaysian, Singaporean, Thai, Indian, Vietnamese, and Indonesian cuisine.
The restaurant interior was well-adorned with intricate Asian decor. The servers always wore a smile and were always delighted to assist us.
The plate of Nasi Goreng we ordered instantly became my favorite. The Indonesian twist of fried rice had an explosion of flavors. It is your typical fried rice but with a little bit of spice and a ‘shrimpy’ tang to it.
Banana Leaf’s special version of the Pad Thai was also just as good. The stir fried noodles was chewy and flavorful. It was sweet and had a little bit of sourness. The whisked egg along with the chopped nuts sprinkled on top gave it an even more interesting flavor.
The Malysian Seafood Laksa was equally delicious. The different seafood(clam, crab meat, squid, shrimp) mixed in the coconut milk reminded me of a Cambodian dish called Amok.
The Thai Iced tea was milky yet still had the strong tea flavor to it – just the perfect drink to wash down the food we had eaten.