"That looks like Tompkins Square after it rains," quipped Mary, who has an apartment overlooking the park and should know. Indeed, Skyway's fried pearl noodles ($5.25) might be earthworms—plump, tapered, and annulated, squirming in a loamy mixture of ground pork and scallions. Though the visual effect is alarming, it didn't stop us from shooting our chopsticks into the seething concoction again and again, it was so supremely scrumptious. Skyway is a new restaurant named after a modernistic cable car system linking Malaysia's Pahang low lands with the glitzy mountaintop resort of Genting, nicknamed "the city of entertainment." To improve the ride, audio-animatronic animals and robot Malay tribesmen jump out of the jungle as... More >>>