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  • IV Restaurant, Pandamaran Klang

    by Bangsar Babe

    There’s something about roti canai that screams comfort food – a simple staple of ghee-laced flatbread, pulled and tossed to create air pockets for that light, fluffy texture. You can find several variations to this humble dish; from a basic roti bawang to an elaborate version with meat, cheese and…

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  • Hameed Pata Mee Goreng

    by Bangsar Babe

    Hameed Pata Mee Goreng in Padang Kota Lama is said to serve one of the best mee goreng in Penang. Located in a food court next to Fort Cornwallis, I paid this place a visit just before heading back to Kuala Lumpur. If you’re there during peak hours, be prepared…

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  • Murtabak Zam Zam

    by Bangsar Babe

    Murtabak Zam Zam on North Bridge road is reputed to serve the best murtabak in Singapore. After a disappointing dinner at Famous Islamic Restaurant just up the road, I bought a mutton murtabak (S$5) from Zam Zam for supper later that night. It could be the travelling that affected the taste of…

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  • Valentine Roti

    by Bangsar Babe

    Roti canai is prided as one of the must-try items when you’re in Malaysia. It’s cheap, simple and most importantly, tasty. After three days of good dining in Singapore, the only thing I wanted to eat when I returned to KL was roti canai. Valentine Roti claims to serve the…

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  • Pak Putra Naan and Tandoori

    by Bangsar Babe

    Most people in Malacca would tell you their favourite supper place is Pak Putra, known for its naan and tandoori. This place is perpetually crowded and I never understood the appeal until I tried the naan. Service is practically non-existent – expect to wait at least 45 minutes for your…

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