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Cafe Karache - 27 Aug 2013

Cafe Karache -Lamb Biriyani & Curry Puff

Cafe Karache is a simple restaurant with a modest setting but obviously has a following judging by the patrons stopping by. There’s a range of curries to choose from and the menu ranges from Indian / Pakistani to Asian / Malay. enjoyed my lamb biriyani and the curry puff was pretty good. It’s not the most authentic biriyani I’ve had but it’s a very good verison. The meals are cheap, the servings decent, and the food enjoyable. If you’re after a cheap meal that still delivers on taste you can’t go too wrong with a visit here. Cash only. . . . → Read More: Cafe Karache – 27 Aug 2013

D’Nyonya Penang Restaurant - 19 April 2012

Coming here and perusing the menu took me back to my time in Kuala Lumpa, Malaysia. I thoroughly enjoyed my plate of Char Koay Teow which had delicious soft silky smooth rice noodles with ample seafood and excellent flavour. The iced red tea washed it down. Cash only. . . . → Read More: D’Nyonya Penang Restaurant – 19 April 2012

Malaysia – Kuala Lumpur – Night Markets

KL Night Markets

All in all it was pretty good but could have been better. The food was a bit poor relative to the other food we’d eaten so far. There are a large number of stalls so some must be better than the others. A taxi driver later told us one of the middle stalls called Dragon something was really good. I’m sure if you came here often enough you could identify the stalls to go to, otherwise, it’s a lucky dip for the first time tourist. A pretty cool experience none the less. . . . → Read More: Malaysia – Kuala Lumpur – Night Markets

Malaysia - Kuala Lumpur - Hotel Breakfast

KL Traders Hotel Breakfast

The hotel breakfast has a large selection and options to choose from and are excellent value and very generous. My cousin absolutely loved his breakfast and I enjoyed mine too. Well I can say I’ve had a Chinese breakfast trying some new and interesting things. . . . → Read More: Malaysia – Kuala Lumpur – Hotel Breakfast

Malaysia – Kuala Lumpur – Little Penang Cafe

Being foreigners, I’m a little reticent as to how to rate the food we ate. It was a bit of a mixed bag with dishes we were not familiar with and so found the tastes to be a bit unusual. The food was good and it was nice to try foods we haven’t had before. Maybe a different selection of meals from the menu would have yielded a better experience. The place did have a good menu, with photos of many of the dishes at the front of the cafe to entice you to come in. I think this place is certainly worth visiting. . . . → Read More: Malaysia – Kuala Lumpur – Little Penang Cafe

Malaysia - Kuala Lumpur - Island Bistro

KL Island Bistro Red Bean Ice Chendol

The service was warm and friendly and we were glad to be indoors in air-conditioning. As patrons, we’re referred to as “boss” by the maitre d which I found quite amusing. Great value with good quality tasty food. As we went around travelling and tried other meals, there weren’t too many which bettered what was served here. . . . → Read More: Malaysia – Kuala Lumpur – Island Bistro

Happy Meals Restaurant - 26 Jan 2011

I was certainly not disappointed and once again feasted upon another delicious array of food at Happy Meals. All that for about $110 with corkage, water, and a 10% surcharge for a public holiday. For just over $18 per head, it’s a really tasty meal at top value. . . . → Read More: Happy Meals Restaurant – 26 Jan 2011

Taurus Hawker Foods

Cuisine: Malaysian Location: Willeton

This post is a bit unusual as I have never set foot inside Taurus. My Dad had discovered this place so when Mum & Dad want to get out of the house for a quick meal, they head here and kindly pick something up for me for . . . → Read More: Taurus Hawker Foods

Happy Meals Restaurant - 27 Jan 2008

I highly recommend Happy Meals Restaurant in Victoria Park where you can enjoy a range of Malaysian dishes that are delicious. Takeaway available too. . . . → Read More: Happy Meals Restaurant – 27 Jan 2008