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.
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.
This is a new dish i've tried in Choy Kee recently, you can taste curry, egg, white pepper, prawn taste separately, weird but nice. You should try...
For a nice cool down after a hard day of shopping/outing. The place seems to have been renovated when I was there in Dec-05 (picture taken in Jun-05).
Favorite Dish: Root Beer
Ooppsss.... I taken this pix half way while we are eating.... just forgot about the introduction pix for you guys... sorry.. ha ha...