Stall food: Eat with the locals
OK, i'll relent and give you the secret.
We don't eat at the other places listed here, more than once a month. At US$2.50, it's too expensive.!!
Be a devil and eat at a stall.
These stalls are mostly run by Indians so don't go to a Chinese stall if this is what you want.
These are roadside places with a few plastic tables, some plastic chairs, rarely an umbrella to protect you from the heat, and this is where the locals eat.
Try a moor-ta-bak (my spelling to help pronounce) but tell them "not too spicy". If you're still hungry, try a "rotee pee-sang" (again, my spelling) and ask for a sprinkling of sugar, and crispy.
Get the spice out of your tongue with a teh tarik besar. The whole lot will fill you to the top for RM6 (US1.60).
Favorite Dish: Murtabak, roti pisang, roti bom, roti chenai washed with kopi penas or teh tarik.
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KFC is a must in any towns, cities or villages.
To ban eating KFC is to kill all Malaysian, No No No !!!
All Malaysian will die if KFC is suddenly closed down.
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Choy Kee: Curry Pepper Prawn
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A&W Restaurant: Cool Down with Nice Root Beer
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Favorite Dish: Root Beer
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Choy Kee: Butter "Sotong"
Ooppsss.... I taken this pix half way while we are eating.... just forgot about the introduction pix for you guys... sorry.. ha ha...
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