SVS Foodland Harbour City housed a restaurant on the first floor, serving Malaysian and Western food. It is said to serve the best kolok mee in Port Moresby. I tried it once and it was indeed good. However, friends told me that the texture of the noodle is inconsistent at different times. Sometimes, it is is firm and at other times, it is soggy.
Today, I tried the Singapore Laksa, and it was good.
The roti canai (spelt rotti chanai here) is very expensive, at K16.95 for a piece. The roti itself was dry and not oily, and it came in a rectagular shape instead of being round. The accompanying dip was curry chicken with three solid pieces of meat.