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    D’Laksa Johor Bahru

    D’Laksa has burgeoned into a standalone shop on its own. This popularity should tell you something about their food! D’Laksa sells assam laksa, RM5 a bowl. They make it very clear on their menu that there are no additions of any sort to be made, be it noodles, soup, toppings, etc. They only sell the standard bowl, period. The queues at D’Laksa are always there. We were there on a Sunday afternoon at 4pm, and we had to queue about 5 minutes for our laksa. There is ample seating now, within the shop, and cleaners clean up the empty paper Read more [...]

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    Restoran Subaidah

    Known for their Nasi Kandar, their stretch of dishes was impressive, plenty of different types of curries but the ratio of meat to vegetables was 8:1! Out of the tens of dishes there was only cabbage, long beans and cucumbers as vegetables choices. Is it me or is it a Nasi Kandar thing where our dishes are just tossed onto our plates? I really don’t like that. Anyway, I took all three choices of vegetables and a telur dadar. My vegetables were okay, and my telur very fluffy but it was a tad burnt underneath. My sister in law took Read more [...]

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    Restoran J Zarina

    I’m craving for butter prawn. So i do search  where is the nearest one. So i found out this chinese muslim restaurant which is located at batu berendam, Melaka. So few mins from UiTM i reached at this restaurant. It’s time for having a dinner with my clique. So my friends and ordered the butter prawn and chicken butter and it taste superb. While others ordered chinese fried rice  and its soo delicious too. We tried Tomyam  and also we ordered the mixed soup. because we so hungry we can eat  alot. We thought they going to charge us with Read more [...]

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    Mamak

    Mamak was another place that kept on popping up on lists for cheap tasty eats. They specialize in Malaysian roti and satays. There’s two other locations (Chatswood and one even in Melbourne). I dropped in to try their speciality on a mid Wednesday afternoon. The place was busy but I was able to grab a table with ease. They have lunch specials (weekdays only) that seemed quite reasonable ($12.50 to 14.50 AUD). The main menu is broken into roti (savoury and sweet), mains, rice + noodles, desserts and drinks. – Roti canai ($7.50 AUD) – original roti with two curry Read more [...]

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    Kak Limah Seafood, Cherating

    It’s not everyday I get to hang around in Kuantan let alone by the beautiful beaches of Cherating. When you’re here you have to eat the Seafood in the villages because you will miss the whole point of travelling so far in the first place! We tried making a stop at a bunch of shops until we came by this one. It was the bursting colored lights and amount of people in the shop that drove us here. We had the red chilli crab with Tom Yam Seafood and fried Kailan (as always) on the side which was just amazing Read more [...]

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    iZakaya Kuching

    Decent for Kuching standards and they offer rather generous portions. The place is clean and service was good. It’s hard to find other good cuisines apart from the local food here…. this place has potential…. keep it up

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    Baba Ais Krim

    Susah betul mencari Baba Ais Krim ni, asyik dengar orang cakap sedap, teringin jugak saya  nak merasa kan. Tapi dari segi rupa, memang sangat tempting lah ais krim ni. Very colorful. Ada tiga saiz ais krim ni dengan harga Small= RM 2, Sederhana=RM3 and Besar= RM5.