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Try an array of our appetizers: Cinta Ria signature salad (x2), chicken satay skewer (x2), vegetable spring rolls (x4) and crispy wontons (pork) (x4). Perfect serving for two.
Crispy Wontons (4pcs)
Wonton filled with seasoned ground pork and deep fried until golden brown. Served with sweet chilli sauce. (4pcs)
Vegetable Spring Rolls (4pcs)
Deep fried until golden brown. Mini vegetable spring rolls served with our plum sauce. (4pcs)
Pan Seared Pot Stickers (4pcs)
Pan seared hand-wrapped pot stickers served with our sesame dipping sauce. CHOICE OF: Pork or Vegetable. (4pcs) Spicy chilli oil dip also available
Roti Canai (pronounced Chan-nai)
Indian-influenced flatbread is an all-time favorite appetizer on menus in Malaysian eateries. It is crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside. A side of curry sauce is served for dipping the flatbread. (1 pc) *contains egg and dairy
Cinta Ria Salad Appetizer
This signature salad is a Chinese New Year dish, served traditionally on the seventh day of Chinese New Year or Ren Ri ("Everyman's Birthday"). This salad dish is made of thin slices of vegetable and fruits, crispy rice noodle and tossed with a generous portion of plum sauce and sesame oil to add sweetness and taste.
Skewers Appetizer (3pcs)
This famous meat-on-a-stick is of course marinated in a rich, spicy-sweet marinade. The marinated meat; chicken or beef, are skewered onto bamboo sticks and seared to perfection. Topped with spicy-sweet peanut sauce. Dee'lish!! (3 skewers) (GF)
This is a coconut-based spicy curry soup with tofu puffs, fish cakes, bean sprouts, hard-boiled egg and your choice of chicken, tofu or shrimp. Top with fried shallots.
Pandan Chicken (3pcs)
Pandan leaves are commonly used in Malaysia. Because of its unique flavor and nice scent, it’s often used in savory dishes and desserts. The leaves infuse the marinated chicken with their wonderful unique scent after deep frying. Unwrap the leaves and enjoy! (3 pcs)
Curry Puffs (2pcs)
This vegetarian curry puff with curried potato filling and deep-frying to golden goodness is a popular Malaysian snack. (2 pcs)
Samosas (2Pcs) (new)
This vegetarian samosa is made with spiced potatoes and green peas filling. Wrapped with Samosa wrapper into triangle cone shape and deep-fried to golden perfection. Served with sweet chili sauce.
This famous meat-on-a stick (3 chicken skewers) is served with spicy-sweet peanut sauce, white rice and salad (Gluten friendly)
Mangoes, cucumber and carrots with sesame plum dressing. Served with crushed peanut, crispy rice noodle, fried shallot, thai chilli and cilantro. (Gluten friendly)
Almost every Malaysian household has its own version of this classic curry dish, often a closely guarded secret recipe that is not easily pried out of elderly relatives. That’s why you need to order roti to mop up the addictive saucy goodness. Curry chicken with potatoes, vegetable spring roll and Asian slaw. Served with your choice of rice or noodle,
This famous meat-on-a stick is served with spicy-sweet peanut sauce and salad. Served with your choice of rice or noodle and your choice of skewers: chicken, beef or combo. (Total of 6 skewers) (GF)
The flavor of garlic and lemon all mingled together with your choice of protein before being pan fried. Served with broccoli, carrots and your choice of rice or noodle (GF) *contains dairy
Tamarind is an essential souring ingredient in Southeast Asia. It is particularly sweet and minimally sour. Pan fried your choice of protein (or Deep fried lightly breaded Pork Ribs) topped with this sweet and sour sauce. Served with broccoli, carrots and your choice of rice or noodle. (GF except Pork Ribs)
Satay sauce is probably one of the most popular Malaysian dipping sauces, everyone loves the taste of spicy peanut sauce because it’s so tasty, versatile, and addictive. Tossed, pan fried protein of your choice, or lightly breaded deep-fried Pork Ribs with Satay sauce. Served with broccoli, carrots and your choice of rice or noodle. (GF except Pork Ribs)
This creamy fragrant dish is a common dish served in Chinese restaurants in Malaysia – combining the best of Malay, Chinese, Indian and western ingredients. Lightly breaded deep-fried protein of your choice, topped with creamy butter sauce. Served with your choice of rice or noodle and broccoli. *contains dairy
KL (Kuala Lumpur) Chicken Rice
This dish is one of the most popular everyday meals and is ubiquitous. Pan fried chicken thighs served with flavorful rice. The rice is cooked with garlic, ginger and pandan leaves. Cucumbers, green onions and fried shallots garnish this dish. And always – a must-have sambal chili dipping sauce on the side.
Beef Rendang is medium spicy dry curry meat dish, a traditional dish among Malay community. The beef is simmered in a fragrant combination of coconut milk and spices until the liquid has evaporated and the meat is tender. Served with your choice of rice or noodle and spicy cucumber salad.
This spicy dish is packed with flavor and aroma from the spices, and sweetness from the pineapple in coconut curry sauce. Served with your choice of rice or noodle and spicy cucumber salad.
Curry Laksa is a coconut-based spicy noodle curry soup, well loved by many Malaysians. This dish is a perfect as a winter warmer but also great during summer when your taste buds are dying for some fresh, spicy flavor. Served with your choice of protein, bean sprout, tofu puffs, fish cakes, hard-boiled egg and garnished with fried shallots.
Char Kuey Teow (CKT)
Means “fried flat rice noodle”, it’s one of the most popular street foods in Malaysia. Wok-fried with bean sprout, egg and green onions. Top with shredded carrot and a lime wedge. A smoky chili adds kick to this popular noodle dish.
Popular egg noodle tossed together with broccoli, nappa, bean sprout, shredded carrot and onions. Top with our chef’s special stir-fry sauce (sweet & sour) and shredded carrot. To give your stir-fry a kick, you can add chilli oil to it. Let your server know.
Char Siu Wontons Noodle
Char Siu is Chinese-style barbeque pork with sweet and salty flavours. Popular egg noodle tossed with a sauce, topped with char siu, crispy wontons and broccoli. This dish is typically found in hawker center in Kuala Lumpur. Top with fried shallot and green onion.
Mee Goreng Mamak
Means “Indian Fried Noodle”. This type of noodle dish is commonly found in hawker center. The glorious plate of savory thick noodle with tofu, tomato, nappa, green onions, bean sprout & egg is sure to stir-up your appetite. (Spicy – optional)
Means “Siamese Noodle” in Malay language. This popular Malaysian dish is probably inspired by Thai flavors. This spicy, sour and tangy rice vermicelli is stir-fried with peppers, onions, bean sprout, egg and your choice of meats. Top with fried shallot, cilantro and a lime wedge. A fresh squirt from the lime gives the noodle a bright and zesty flavor that whets the appetite. (tofu option available)
Stir-fried rice vermicelli flavoured with curry powder, onions, bean sprouts, carrots, green onions and top with shredded eggs and sesame seeds. (Spice is optional) (tofu option available) (GF option available)
Cinta Ria Signature Salad
This salad dish is made from thin slices of vegetables and fruits and tossed with generous portions of plum sauce and sesame oil to add sweetness and taste. Sprinkled with sesame seed.