Get ready for a whirlwind tour through the cuisines of Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand. None of it is searingly spicy—this is the family-oriented Upper West Side, after all—but such dishes as tempura of young coconut meat, Roti Canai (a Malaysian pancake with curry dipping sauce), and Farmers Krapow with basil (ground chicken chili topped by fried egg) will keep you munching long after you’ve filled up. Biggest surprise? The beef dishes, which are crafted from quality sirloin of the type you’d expect to find in a steakhouse. Service is speedy and friendly, and the décor gives a nice hint of what a restaurant like this might look like across the Pacific.