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    Nasi Lemak @ Appu Uncle Curry House

    by Foodster X on Sun, February 25, 2018

    Nasi Lemak has survive throughout the years as Malaysia's No.1 Breakfast, so it is no wonder that many try to find some uniqueness when serving it up. Here at Appu Uncle Curry House, instead of coming up with a different interpretation…  More »

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    Acha Curry House

    by Honey on Tue, December 05, 2017

    Folks in PJ have been coming to this hidden Banana Leaf Rice place for more than 5 years. Relatively young compared to other curry institutions in PJ like Kanna or Raju's they are nevertheless enthusiastic and consistent with their…  More »

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    Nasi Lemak Bumbung

    by Farah D. on Mon, February 01, 2016

    What would drive people to dine in a back alley in SS2? Nasi lemak and piping hot fried chicken, of course! At Nasi Lemak Bumbung, look around and you’ll see waiters scurrying about carrying trays of nasi lemak, delivering them to…  More »

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    Chennai Xpress

    by Edwan S. on Fri, November 21, 2014

    The Indian food scene is mostly dominated by Mamak shops or banana leaf restaurants. And let’s face it, despite good food, those places are hardly have good ambiance. To get that, you’re talking high end Indian restaurants in KL.…  More »

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    Restoran Sri Paandi PJ

    by Edwan S. on Fri, September 26, 2014

    Banana leaf rice is as 'up there' as nasi lemak or char kuey teow when it comes to favourite makan-makan choices amongst Malaysians. It's easy to see why too: a heaping pile of rice, customary selection of vegetables and gravies and…  More »

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    Rojak Ali @ PJS (Taman Datuk Harun)

    by Edwan S. on Mon, October 14, 2013

    You know what’s a great pick-me-up for a lazy weekend (or any other day, for that matter) afternoon? Rojak and cendol. And while there are so many different kinds to cater to the equally many different tastes, I think I’ve found…  More »

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    The Briyani

    by Acacia Daud on Mon, May 27, 2013

    Living up to its name, this neighbourhood restaurant offers a range of Briyani sets. We ordered the Chicken Briyani, plain Briyani with Fried Chicken and a number of sides. The Chicken Briyani is gingery soft, while the fried chicken…  More »

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    Naan Corner

    by The Charlie on Thu, September 13, 2012

    Many folks are divided on what makes a good roti canai. There’s the flaky-and-crispy camp (which I lean towards) and there are those who like the light-and-fluffy kind. My personal taste? I love the smaller and thicker reincarnations…  More »

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    Chanai & Chaya Cafe

    by Adly on Thu, April 26, 2012

    Chanai & Chaya is one of the few places in the whole of Klang Valley where I will absolutely order their apoms. They make it plain and simple. Just in case you have not already known, the TTDI market was scheduled to be demolished…  More »

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    Fierce Curry House

    by The Charlie on Fri, April 13, 2012

    Fierce Curry House sits on a back street in Bangsar. Most people who would even know of this road are journalists who work in the newspaper offices nearby or people who have been driving in KL for a while. In actual fact, it is literally…  More »

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    Nasi Kandar Jelutong

    by Adly on Fri, December 30, 2011

    I can count with one hand nasi kandar sellers that still practices the old art form. Most of them are in Penang and one of the them is this nameless stall in Kedai Kopi Tai Min along Jelutong Road (just opposite the Jelutong Balai…  More »

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    Gulam Mee

    by Farah on Wed, December 28, 2011

    The best Mee Goreng Mamak is more commonly found in Penang. Their Klang Valley counterparts don't seem to make the cut. That's why when someone told me about a place in Kota Damansara that has the unassuming Mee Goreng as a signature…  More »