Malay Restaurants in Jalan Ss 2 (SS2, Ss 2, Jalan Ss2) – 6 Restaurants
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The nasi lemak cost me RM5. Not expensive I guess for a morning breakfast. I added extra rice somemore. Highly recommended for those who like to eat nasi lemak minus the spice in it. Yup, their sambal not that spicy, hence you can see a lot of chinese customer at this stall.
Ramli burger, Malaysia’s very own version of this “western” food is unique in it’s choices of ingredient and method of preparation. This distinctly Malaysian food has been well received by the locals and tourists alike ever since it was first introduced in 1979.