Read what people think about Waalah. All reviews are written by verified Quandoo diners.
Website menu and actual menu don't match. You will be hard pressed to find anything that is vegetarian and protein rich. Salads don't count as the 'entire dinner' and eating pasta at dinner is not a good practice anyways :) We ended up not eating there and going to another restaurant in the neighborhood.
The service is good. We arrived a bit early and the host let us sit down and check on the menu. Give us good introduction.
Waiter is good but one waitress is very green and a bit confused with the menu. All veey helpful though. Food is ok but good value happy hour drinks and add on soup or salad for hKD9! Space is good comfortable.
Friendly staff. Amusing menu of "fusion" Malaysian / Singaporean dishes, with names that are puns of the eponymous "LAH!" LAHksa, springy spring rolls, bo-LAH-nese were good. The roast pork dish was succulent. Good place for a one-to-one catch up or a gathering of friends.
A nice place to chill out after work. Me and my friends particularly enjoyed the squid, pork lollies and the laksa. I would definitely come here often if I work around this area.
Delicious Malaysian / Singaporean dishes with a twist. You'll like the menu if you're a fan of puns.
Waalah is a very cool place. I have never had a laksa that has so many seafood in it! I will definitely return again! I love this place!
Great selection of drinks and food. We ordered the pork chop which was super juicy and tender however the salmon was so dry and bland