Gourmet Malaysia is run by a Chinese Indonesian and Malaysian couple, and has been a long-time crowd favourite when it operated as a food court stall in an old Chinese mall close by. They recently decided to expand and open a full-service restaurant, and judging from the large crowds on Friday and Saturday nights, the decision was a correct one. The menu lineup is so formidable you'd expect to be quizzed on it afterwards, but any fears of the restaurant overextending their offering are quickly put to rest once you take your first bite of their wonderful, wonderful noodles.
Fresh, flavourful, and rich, the Malaysian fried yellow noodle is a personal favourite of mine. The laksa (a rich spicy broth mixed with rice noodles) is also one of the best that I've tasted in Toronto, and (bonus!) the prices are extremely reasonable. The only overall downside is the rather chaotic and slow seating of guests upon arrival during peak hours, but that can be attributed to the newness of the restaurant and the staff. Don't forget to ask for a side of sambal with your dish, a spicy chili condiment containing shrimp paste, garlic, and other herbs. Dee-licious.