I know, right? Moving down to that part of OC makes sense. That part of the OC (esp. Irvine) had a blossoming expat Singaporean community. I’m sure that community was still there at the time of Belacan’s move.
Just tried Uncle Fung Borneo Eatery; sign still says they’re in soft opening, but they’ve been doing business for at least a month. Menu is very limited. Milo was good. Char Kway Teow was okay. Not bad, but not amazing either. Dining companion had the laksa, and she said it was good, but not take-the-leftovers-home good.
Seemed to be doing brisk business, though! Wish them the best.
It is, and within the Los Angeles city limits. No problem Nemroz. I hate to be the geography police around here, but…someone’s gotta be Besides, I’m old enough to have memories of when a lot of these places didn’t run together
It’s been far too long for me to recall what we had at Belacan. I just recall the menu being very solid for Malaysian food and being very sad that they moved out of the area years ago. However, if I we’re going in cold, I’d start with nasi lemak, kankung w/ belacan, maybe some satay and a noodle dish like Hokkien Mee or char kway teow.