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Top favourites ….

Posted in malaysia by chrisau on May 5, 2008

Read this on yesterday’s Star paper and I felt that it’s very informative!  🙂

Just read on and btw, I just tried the Kluang kopi….. I tell you guys next time (akan datang!!)

1. Egg Tart

Recommended: Choy Bee Biscuit or Simee in Kampung Simee market, Ipoh; Fung Wong Biscuits, Jalan Hang Lekir, KL; Tong Kee Confectionary, Jalan Tun HS Lee, KL; Nam Heong Restaurant, Old Town Ipoh; Yuen Garden Dim Sum, Jalan Kenari, Bandar Puchong Jaya, Puchong, Selangor.

2. Ais Kacang

Recommended: Swatow Lane Ice Kacang, Penang; Mustafa Cendol, Jalan Teluk Sisek, Kuantan; Men Kee Food Court, Jalan Tun Ismail, Seremban; Berkeley Garden Restaurant, Berkeley Roundabout, Klang; Penang Village, Putrajaya and Hartamas Shopping Centre, KL.

3. Banana Leaf Lunch

Recommended: Krishna Curry House, Jalan P.P. Narayanan (formerly Jalan 222), Petaling Jaya; Ashoka, Perak Stadium, Ipoh; Passion of Kerala, Brown Garden, Gelugor, Penang; Sri Paandi Restaurant, Jalan Cantek, Section 5, Petaling Jaya; and South Indian Aiyengar Restaurant, Pines Condominium, Brickfields, KL.

4. Nasi Kandar

Recommended: Line Clear, Penang Road, George Town; Nasi Kandar Pelita (Headquarters: Taman Chai Leng, Prai, Penang; 21 branches in Malaysia, Chennai, India, and Australia); Nasi Kandar Kudu, Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, KL; Kampung Melayu Nasi Kandar, Jalan Kampung Melayu, Penang; Restaurant J.S. Maju, Presint 9, Putrajaya.

5. Nasi Lemak

Recommended: Zam Zam Nasi Lemak near St Michael’s school in Alor Star; Nyonya Nasi Lemak at Jin Hoe Café, Jalan Cantonment, Penang; Nasi Lemak Tanglin at Kompleks Makan Tanglin, Jalan Cendasari, Kuala Lumpur; Lido Nasi Lemak, Klang, Selangor; C.T. Garden (C.T. Roses) Nasi Lemak, Jalan Dewan Sultan Sulaiman, KL.

6. Tau Foo Fah

Recommended: Pasar Malam Jalan Templer, Seremban; Hawkers Centre, Taiping; Funny Mountain Tau Foo Fah, Jalan Osbourne, Ipoh; small lane next to Wisma Hanifa, Jalan Masjid India, KL; Stall on Petaling Street across Hong Leong Bank, KL.

7. Murtabak

Recommended: Murtabak Mengkasar, Pekan, Pahang (also known as the royal murtabak); Padang Tembak, Penang; Hameediyah Restaurant, Campbell Street, Penang; Bismillah Restaurant, Klang; fresh and frozen murtabak from sisters Nik Sri Emas & Nik Sah at Jalan Merbau and Banggol, Kota Baru, respectively;

8. Roti Canai

Recommended: Sri Melur Jaya, SS19, Subang Jaya; Restoran Miria, Kota Baru; Zam-zam Kopitiam, Jalan Teluk Sisek, Kuantan; Vello Villas, Penang Street, Penang; Buharry Bistro, Asian Heritage Row, Jalan Doraisamy, KL.

9. Char Kway Teow

Recommended: Pun Heong Coffee Stall at Tebing Tinggi, Jalan Bendahara, Ipoh; side of Tin Wah Coffee Shop in 4 1/4 Old Klang Road; Hai Beng Coffee Shop (Old Man Lim), Jones Road, Pulau Tikus, Penang; Kedai Goreng Kuey Teow Tong Shin, off Changkat Bukit Bintang, KL; Kedai Kopi Sin Guat Keong, corner of Kimberley Street and Cintra Street, Penang.

10. Roti Bakar

Recommended: Kluang Train Station Canteen, Kluang; Kedai Kopi White House, Jalan Sultanah Zainab, Kota Baru; Kedai Kopi Hai Peng, Kemaman; Tong Nam Bee, Jalan Tun Razak, Raub; Hainan Curry Rice, Bukit Tinggi, Klang; Kedai Makanan Sun Sun, Jalan Merdeka, Ampang.


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  1. claire said,

    ok..the ones they mentioned in Ipoh… i hv tasted them all.. yes, the kampong simee egg tarts are really nice and ‘laku’, in a short while, the egg tarts are finished off…. u must try that when u come back…
    and the other one tau foo far, funny mountain… ok lar… i feel the price is too expensive.. tau pau is 1.70 and its only half of the small plastic container.. u can get equally good in first gdn.,, same container, full for the price of rm 1.30 only…
    penang char koay teow..many places la to taste from.. the best is still Ah Leng Famous Koay Teow in Jalan Dato Kramat.. if i m not mistaken..hehe

  2. chrisau said,

    yeah, it’s time to ‘review’ back the food back home after trying the ‘outside’ ones. Didn’t appreciate the good food in Ipoh when I was around then. Only tried the hor fun whenever I’m back and it keep increasing price ..damnit…

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