restaurants are everywhere. people are very friendly and fare offered is fair and reasonably priced.
very few restaurants are airconditioned but it is nice to mingle around and eat as the locals do.
eating should not be a issue to any kind of diner other than fine dining - vegetarian, indian, chinese, malay and western meals are easily.
i have asked many of the tip writers to try to include the address of the restaurants but i feel it is not necessary in this context. walk 100 metres down any road and there ought to be at least five restaurants. so take your pick
Favorite Dish: this resturant serves indian food. particularly enjoyed their dosai.
did not try the meats but these did look very tempting.
Al Ali's Restaurant is almost like what the Cantonese says "Money pouring in". This is how good their business are from the last two trips to Rawang where I stop to eat the Nasi Bryani which is the fried mixed rice with chicken and curries and spices and with mix vegetables and it taste so so so delicious and I want to go back again and I want try more of their cookings. But I think they are a little pricey for the quality.Related to:
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it is a night mare - the short 6 k.m. from the resort to rawang town can take from thirty minutes to one hour. the traffic is just chaotic.
good thing about most malaysian drivers is their patience - most of them keep in line and carry on at snail pace.
one has to be alert, totally so to reach the destination.