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Nasi Lemak...another dish that has blended into most of us Malaysian Life. Good Nasi Lemak is at Chow Kit after dark, 7pm till 4 or 5am...Excellent choice.
One secret location is at the small Market in Pandan Jaya, husband and wife, only Malay having a stall inside the food court, * must be quick, before 9.30am lauk habis.


Where else can you think of.? Tell us




Thosai...Thosai...Thosai...Tell Me about it...I've always enjoyed it especially when the Dhal and Chutney are at the exact & correct thickness and texture....WOW...not those waterdown dhal....

1) Kayu Nasi Kandar Penang
2) Selvi Restaurant Brickfields

and a few other spots...tell me about your best...


Roti Canai is part of all Malaysian, be it Malay, Indian, Chinese and all the others living in Malaysia. It is normally eaten for breakfast and evenings. It goes excellent with a good teh tarik.
Some of the best roti canai I ever had are as below:


1) Restaurant Kari Kepala Ikan Kampung Pandan located in Kampung Pandan.
2) Restaurant Kayu Nasi Kandar in P.J. SS2 Chow Yang area.
3) Stall located on the sidewalk next to the Shell on Jalan Ampang (Opposite Ampang City)


We need your feedback and recommendations of the best Roti Canai you ever had.....!!!



Nasi Dalca Kassim Mustafa....OMG...OMG....Location 12 Lebuh Chulia Georgetown, Penang...Problem is you have to be there after midnight....then only you'll get the best one...and only from this branch of Kassim Mustafa....not the others...I've tried the one in KL, Doraisamy road....tak boleh challenge lah...Try it with either the chicken or the excellent mutton curry and don't forget the coconut chutney....
especially after some drinks, the taste is OUT OF THIS WORLD... 
Can anyone tell us another spot where we can get it better than this shop, please do so right now....




Location...Campbell Street, Penang...not KL please....Price is a bit on the high side if you are comparing prices with the other Penang restaurant but you come out of the restaurant feeling good always...Taste is excellent...You should also try the Ayam Kapitan...it's good....Head out there and check it out.... if you find someplace else better, write in and we will go try out your recommendations....







Yong tow foo is also one my DO NOT MISS meals every time I am in Malaysia. The best and easily available one are the Ampang Yong Tow Foo. It's halal and service is fast. Normally I will go to the one in front of  Ampang Putri Specialist Hospital but always parking problems...but what to do, we need to eat, so sometimes 20 mins just looking for a parking spot. Same with their branch in USJ, Taipan, always hard to get parking. There are a few more shops if you drive further into Ampang Old Town can't remember the address

As usual, if anyone can come up with something that tastes better that this...please feel free to enlighten us....






The best fried chicken is from this restaurant, Cargas Cafe in Bayan Lepas, if you coming from Bayan Lepas Factory area, after the airport flyover, as you come down the flyover drive about 100-150 meters and walah...!!! You'll see the place on your right. Don't judge the book by it's cover. It's now renovated and looking better, compared to when I was around Penang. 
Initially, I did not want to take my family there, so I tah pow a few packets back home and after they tried it, they wanted to know from where did I get the fabulous fried chicken, especially my wife. So one Saturday, I decieded to take my wife for lunch there, and believe me, she enjoyed it so much. For me it was my usual luch joint, since I used to work in the Cargo Centre. I really used to just have the Ikan Pari curry and fried chicken. That just made my day.....I went to Cargas Cafe during my last trip to Penang in Dec'10 but unfortunately it was closed on Friday, what a waste asI drove all the way from Batu Ferringhi to Bayan Lepas just to see the shop closed.

Go try it out one day....and tell us what you think....




The Halal version of the Penang Char Kuay Tiow...is definitely Sani Char Koay Teow, located opposite the Penang Snake Temple in Bayan Lepas. The only problem with this shop is that, me being a big eater, I would need to order an extra plate always, or one of my child will have half her plate missing if she turn the other way just for 5 seconds. Another good restaurant you should try and I ensure you, 101 percent, you'll enjoy it. They have those copyright versions of it in KL but it just does 
not make it for me....