Tropical Delight Noodle House

I love the food of Singapore and Malaysia. I traveled there a few years ago and savoured laksa (my favorite), clay pot chicken, roti, beef rendang, nasi lemak and mee goreng.  Ever since Tropika closed it’s doors years ago, there hasn’t been anything comparable in Calgary. I’ve had to venture to Vancouver and Toronto for my Malaysian food fix. Then Tropical Delight came along. I have been saved.

My friend and I decided to indulge after a few hours at the climbing gym. We were hungry.  The portions are generous and the amount of food we had would easily feed three people.  We ordered to share.  The laksa lemak was nice and spicy.  It contained what I thought was squid and scallops, but after the spice fog cleared, I’m pretty sure it was sliced fish balls, fried tofu, fake crab sticks and hard boiled egg. I’m glad we ordered the wonton kolo mee so we could give ourselves a break from the spice.  This was dry egg noodle with ground pork, green onion, deep fried wonton and soup on the side.  Comfort food; it reminded me of my Mom’s homemade wonton noodle soup. The roti canai was delicious and the curry sauce also spicy. We also had a complimentary dessert. My friend suspected it was cassava cake.  It was yellow and dense, tasted a bit like squash with a hint of coconut. Tasty. Lunch was rather affordable.

They had some interesting specials such as white curry which I will have to try another time.  The service was quick; our food arrived within minutes of ordering. Well, we were there at 2:30 in the afternoon and surprisingly, the restaurant was half full. This warrants a repeat visit.

They take only cash and debit and are open Monday though Saturday 10:00am – 5:30pm. The following menu photos only shows the pages with the specials.

Portion of menu with specials

Portion of menu with specials

Dessert Specials

Dessert Specials

Laksa Lemak

Laksa Lemak

Roti Canai

Roti Canai

Wonton Kolo Mee

Wonton Kolo Mee

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