This cafe serves traditional Malay food throughout. We were there during tea time and the place was pack. At 3pm a comprehensive selection of kuih-muih is laid before you. Everything was so nice there.
Kafe Bawang Merah
12A, Jalan SS12/1B
47500 Subang Jaya
This restaurant is famous for it’s char siew, siew yoke and wanton noodles. The char siew practically melts in your mouth. Awesome!
Restaurant Chan Meng Kee
32, Jalan SS2/66,
47300 Petaling Jaya,
Wooden house cum restaurant during the night. Apparently this place is famous for their claypot fish curry. Pretty good actually and taste like the one my mother cooks for the family at home. They also have other dishes as well like the deep fry butter mantis prawn that we ordered.
Lam Ju Bak Restaurant
In daytime it’s a home for the owners and when night falls, kitchen, tables and chairs are all set in front of the wooden house for dining business to begin. Their signature dish is the mee hoon kueh that comes in 3 sizes small, medium and large depending on the number of people eating. This is different from the rest because it comes with bit and pieces of fried eggs. Quite good actually. Besides the mee hoon kueh they also serves a variety of fried noodles and bites.
Home Cooking Style
104, Jalan Jagong,
A typical Indian food stall on an open shed under a big tree. The teh tarik is RM1.00 per glass and so as most of the items at RM1.00 No GST. My cup of teh-o kosong is RM0.90 Nasi lemak bungkus, mee hoon bungkus and mee bungkus are also at RM1.00 per packet. The roti banjir is awesome with the steaming hot dhall curry and sambal also at RM1.00 per piece. Many more items are also available.
This is a place where most of the workers are from India and the customers are from all walks of life from the blue collar workers to the white collar workers, all races and religions, rich and poor, and all enjoying the food and drinks under the same roof. Awesome sight to behold. This is what we call the Malaysian spirit the food that brings everyone together in harmony.
Restoran Shahul Hamid
No. 10, Lorong Rembau,
This restaurant is famous for it’s mee hoon kueh and curry laksa. The mee hoon kueh comes in many variations such as the original clear broth, dry version in thick black sauce with or without the topping of curry chicken and potato and my favorite version is the mix innards and pork with clear broth. Lunch hours are packed with customers.
No. 42, Jalan Sentosa 5,
Taman Bayu Tinggi,
Good northern Indian food and great ambience. It has variety of dishes to choose from and its delicious. Naan and tandoori is excellent here.
Govind’s Cafe And Restaurant
136, Persiaran Raja Muda Musa,
For breakfast the nasi lemak with sotong is very popular and for lunch which is always pack nasi campur is served with many types of dishes ala kampung. Very authentic Malay kampung food.
Jalan Sungai Putus 42,
Lebuhraya Selat Klang,
Next to Rojak Peer Mohamed is the mee jawa stall. My favorite mee jawa and soto.
S,S. Mee Jawa
(in front of the Port KLang bus terminal)
A very simple rojak with a very unique taste. One of a kind. Difficult to describe the taste. Try it for yourself.
Rojak Peer Mohamed
(in front of the Port Klang bus terminal)