Batu Caves Warungs (local eateries): Warung (Local Eateries) at Batu Caves
being a major tourist attraction, Batu Caves has many local food stalls (warungs) and restaurants that offer mostly local Malaysian and Indian Fare and some of these stalls offer double halal meals (meaning no pork and beef allowed as Malaysia is a mostly Muslim Country and since Batu Caves is a Hindu Shrine, no beef too as Hindus venerate Cows). There is a variety of meals offered here like chinese (non halal), north indian (no beef) and local malay (halal) and also some international fares like sandwiches or coffee and pizza or pastas).
most stalls are open from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm everyday
Favorite Dish: you can take a pick along the varied food, you can eat chinese, malay of north indian fare and evenb vegetarian food. prices usually are from RM 10 to 20 for a meal.
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Rani's Restaurant.: Thirsty/hungry after climbing?
I did not try this restaurant because they were going to close, we were in late evening to Batu Caves. When you are standing in front of the stairs to the Caves, your back towards them, then the restaurant is to the left at an angle of ~45 degrees.
one stop shop: Indian Food
In this temple area, there are a lots of shop, they are selling flowers, and indian traditional food. just go and have a seats at any store, its all your choice. most of this stall, they are selling indian traditional food... hard to explain coz i only know the name of capati, dall and curry only... heee sorry i don't know how to explain this in details.
There Are Many...
There are many restaurants inside the vicinity of Batu Caves !
Mainly Indian restaurants of many menus to choose from...
The photo shows a man cracked open some coconuts for the coconut juice !
I don't really like it but tourists like it very much !
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