- Telephone 0141 332 8828
- Food served Mon–Sun 5.30pm–2am
- Average price £15 (evening meal)
This review is taken from the current (2014) edition.
Asia Style has been joined by a couple of nearby rivals of late, and some of its (many) long-term customers have started to suspect a star that’s waning. In response, this Chinese-Malaysian mainstay has given itself a refit, of sorts, with new signage, sweatshirts and a brighter, more spacious interior. It’s still very much the same vibe though, a late-night café-restaurant with complimentary jasmine tea for all customers. Its signature dishes are still brilliant. Crispy pork with green beans is a moreish dish of spicy, savoury, chewy and crispy, while their soft shell crab (a legend in this town), flash-fried with salt, pepper and chilli flakes, is still as good as you’ll taste (and a few places have copied them). Pork is normally nice, and the Malaysian options have a real vibrancy to their heat and their flavours. The more common dishes (your Szechuans and your satays) are where it feels like others have caught it up, and it might be a tad pricey for the basic interior. Waiting staff will tell you what’s good and what’s popular, and these are particularly sensible starting points in a venue that can still be well worth a visit if you choose wisely.
- High point: Complimentary tea
- Low point: Inconsistent quality on the menu
- Notable dish: Soft shell crab
- Provides: Wheelchair access
- Capacity: 70
- Open since: 2004
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