Banana Leaf is one of our favorite places to go when we want to have a nice, comfortable evening and really fill our belly’s. Each dish is so diverse in flavor and all done with beautiful finishing touches. The atmosphere at Banana Leaf is perfect to take your loved one for a romantic evening, go out with your family for a super delicious dinner or enjoy a fun evening with your friends.

Malaysian fare isn’t about a singular distinctive taste, but about diversity, with a blend of culinary inspiration from India, China, Indonesia, Thailand, Eurasia, and Malaysia’s indigenous population. It combines the best of South East Asia, from India’s roti canai, Singapore’s laksa, to China’s Hainanese chicken rice, creating a menu that is a delight to try. Malaysian food, with its diverse influences, makes it the perfect match for Vancouver’s own multicultural atmosphere.

Prepare to step out of Vancouver and into the warm heart of Malaysia at the award-winning Banana Leaf Malaysian Cuisine. The cheerful atmosphere, friendly service, colourful traditional decor, and excellent prices create a dining experience to remember. Banana Leaf has been voted the best again and again in The Georgia Straight, Westender, Where Magazine, Vancouver magazine, and many more.

Banana Leaf Kits Location.

Atlantic Lobster in Kung Pow Sauce – Whole shell-on lobster in dried chilli, ginger & soy sauce with peanuts enriched by black rice vinegar.

Seafood & Chicken Fried Rice in Pineapple Boat – Fried rice mixed with seafood, chicken, egg, raisins, corn & sunflower seeds, served in a half pineapple boat.

Braised Lamb Shank in Cumin & Star Anise – A lamb shank so tender it almost falls off the bone, braised with ginger, leek, carrots & spinach.

Fresh Oysters in Peppercorn & Garlic Butter Sauce – Fresh oysters cooked with Indian black peppercorn, enriched with butter and enhanced by Chinese wine.

Pisang Goreng – Crispy fried banana with vanilla ice cream topped with crushed peanut & gula melaka.

Banana Leaf patio in Kits location.

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