Mamak Restaurants in Malaysia – 59 Restaurants
Mamak restaurant with a great varieties of roti, steamy hot delicious nasi lemak.
Lai Lai postedBad
Horrible food. We ordered Salmon with Spaghetti Carbonara, it was tasteless both the spaghetti and salmon that came with an aweful sauce that starched up even before we dig in. Lamb chop with mee raja was totally off, the lamb was so hard and mee raja was cold..most horrid food we have experienced. Not worth RM30/pax at all.
Love the fried chicken, great roti tisu (worth the 15 minute wait), and great ambience under the trees
malaysiacuisine.com posted www.malaysiacuisine.com 127 ReviewsExceptional
A friend of mine suggested to venture Kedai Makanan Raju as he claims their roti canai is the best in Petaling Jaya, located just nearby La Salle School. We decided to drop by for high-tea to taste part of their delicacies. It was a quiet secluded place, next to an open padang, which makes it a great place for high-tea with the breeze blowing into our faces.
The restaurant's swank interior belies the fact that it serves good `ol hawker fare along side Western favourites. Nasi Lemak, Curry Laksa, Mushroom Chicken Mee, Nasi Bojari, Beef Rendang, Curry Fish Head, Assam Prawns, Chicken Chop, Sambal Petai, Cendol, Ice Campur, Bubur Cha Cha.
wyilian posted wyilian.blogspot.com 31 ReviewsExceptional
Madam Kwan is one of the best restaurant serving Malaysian cuisine. To my surprise, the most delicious dish is Char Kuey Teow but not the well-known Nasi Bojari. Worth for a try!!!
The service here is usually impecabble and they are usually quite attentive.
harrycath posted www.harrycath.com 20 ReviewsSuperb
We’ve been meaning to come here for a very long time now. The Pandan Indah and Setapak outlets have always been very dear to our hearts and visiting the original Sri Steven’s Corner here in OUG is almost like performing a pilgrimage. The coordinates provided by Google Map ultimately led us to a quiet residential area (somewhere along Jalan Hujan Emas). We made some quick adjustments to the coordinates and a search for Jalan Hujan Rahmat 2 on our GPS navigator eventually led us properly to the premises. Located along a narrow road near the OUG wet market, we were thankful to be here during the daytime, we can imagine that at night (during peak hours) parking can be a b*tch here. Cat and Brendan enjoyed their dishes immensely; Brendan took particular pleasure in his banana leaf rice with spiced chicken cutlets. I had to agree with the good reviews the Nasi Lemak received, and adored it as well.